Crestview to Eglin AFB | North or South

Today we're going to talk about the difference between living in North and South Crestview, so we're going to do that right now.

Hey again, everybody. I'm Jodie Cordell from Spence Properties, your Savvy Agent here in Crestview, Florida. As you can see, I'm out here taking care of my doggies and me. Just because we are supposed to stay away from people and do the social distancing thing does not mean that we have to stay inside on the couch the whole time. It's good to probably keep your healthy activities up. All right, so one of the questions that I'm asked pretty often is whether or not you should live in North or South Crestview. Honestly, it's going to depend on what your motivations are, because if you are coming to Crestview to work at Eglin Air Force Base or even Hurlburt Field or Duke Field, then you'll probably want to focus on houses that are in the south end of Crestview because it's going to give you the shortest and easiest commute time. However, if you're not constrained by that, there's lots of opportunity up in North Crestview. There's a lot less folks looking up in North Crestview, and you can find some really large lots and some really beautiful houses up there in the north end. There's a lot of new development going up there in North Crestview, so you can probably find quite a few things up there. In South Crestview, you can find all kinds of beautiful homes. The lots might be a little bit smaller in some of the neighborhoods, but you can also find really nice gated communities, pool homes, all sorts of different amazing things in South Crestview. The benefit is you get the shorter commute to Eglin, Duke Field, Fort Walton Beach, Destin, and of course, the beaches.

But if you're not really into the beach lifestyle so much, then the north end of Crestview might be just the ticket for you. We're really close to the Alabama state line, and if you're more into hunting and fishing, well then, that's where you want to go. And if you're actually kind of not really excited about living in a community community where you have neighbors, then if you're looking for a bigger piece of land, North Crestview's got lots of that. There's some really amazing properties up in North Crestview that have half-acre lots, one acre lots, three acre lots.

It just kind of depends on what your expectations are, what your goals are, and what brings you to Crestview and what is it that really excites you. You can find wonderful homes, beautiful homes in both north and south, and you can find price ranges that'll suit whatever your needs are from the two hundreds all the way up to over a million dollars. So it just kind of depends on what you're looking for, and there's some beautiful neighborhoods I'll be highlighting in future videos so you can kind of get an idea of what I'm talking about. North or South Crestview, it really depends on what your goals are, what excites you. If it's the beaches and being close to the beaches, then you probably want to look south. If you want some seclusion and you're more into hunting and fishing, North Crestview might be the ticket for you. So I hope that kind of helps answer a few questions. If you have specific questions about parts of Crestview, feel free to drop those in the comments below. And if you like this video, please hit the like button, and don't forget to hit the subscribe button at the bottom of this video, and make sure to hit the bell so that you'll be notified whenever I make new videos about Crestview. And now I'm going to finish up this walk with my lovely little doggies here, and you guys stay safe, take care of yourselves, and remember it's my mission to help you live where you love and love where you live. Oh, and if you liked this video, be sure to check out this video right over here about PCSing to Eglin Air Force Base. And if you are PCSing to this area or moving into this area from out of town, feel free to pick up my relocation guide. The link for it is just below this video or you can find it in the description below.

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