Rosemary Beach on Forbes List of Most Expensive Zip Codes

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  1. Joe

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    RiverOtter got any pics?

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    Just 2.5 years ago I thought "Who would pay that much money to live across the street from the beach" :bang:
     
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    Same here. :bang: :bang: :bang:

    Tricky them. How'd they get their own zip code?
     
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    Camp Creek Kid Christini Zambini

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    Anyone can have the Rosemary Beach zip code. All you have to do is rent a post office box at the Rosemary Beach post office. The zip code is specifically for the post office--Rosemary has no mail delivery to homes.
     
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    Soon to be number 120 - Freeport, Florida :shock:
     
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    RiverOtter got any pics?

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    Counting on it :cool:
     
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    haha

    When we moved here, nobody wanted to live here. My wife grew up in Destin, and it was a real attitudinal adjustment for her:)

    Anyway, times they are a changin'!
     
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    When we were looking for a place, I could have bought a 2 bedroom flat at Rosemary Beach for about $420 I believe (the realtor was encouraging us to do that). That was March 03. We bought something else instead that we like even more (and cost much less) because we like a small community. But we love having Rosemary Beach just 1.5 miles away. One of these days I'll even take a walk there and look around! I'm glad for Rosemary Beach and glad we found a place that best suits us, too!

    Paula
     

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