Hello and welcome to another fun-packed post of entertaining things to do in Brevard County. The 321 is always bustling with fun new things to check out and explore, so here’s another handy list of links to be your guide to it all:
When planning a vacation to Florida, most families are faced with the concern of weathering the overwhelming influx of fellow tourists at most of the beaches and popular attractions. Theme parks are run rampant with pesky pedestrians, and pools across the state are full of floating folks taking up all the space.
If your looking for a more private, serene sort of Florida getaway, look no further than Streamsong Resort. Located right outside of Tampa, this resort boasts prehistoric beauty thanks to it’s huge naturally-formed dunes and natural lakes. Truly a complete paradise, Streamsong Resort also contains several golf courses to keep you entertained.
For a more in depth look at Streamsong Resort, check out this article:
Ahhh, another beautiful summer in Brevard County. So much to see and even more to do.
A couple weeks ago, we gave you a list of ideas of things to do to pass the time in beautiful Brevard. But what if you’ve exhausted that list and are still hungry for more 321-fun? Well, fear not, dear reader; there’s still plenty more to list. From historic Ron Jon’s Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach to a ghastly ghost tour of Palm Bay, it’s almost as if interesting activities never end in Countdown County.
Historic homes capture imaginations like nothing else. The allure of these old structures comes from the natural human want to know what was going on before us in the place that we live. Brevard County has no shortage of these fascinating places, one of which is the Pritchard house in Titusville (pictured above). Whether it’s visitation or restoration, more and more homeowners can’t seem to get enough of places with a rich history.
To get your daily fix of historic homes, check out this fascinating article on why they interest us so much:
Is the unrelenting summer heat getting to you? Do you feel like you could use some kind of getaway?
People pine for paradise with big dreams of fancy resorts and beach retreats, but overlook the most obvious of destinations for relaxation: their own backyards! Check out this awesome article of suggestions on how to turn your regular backyard into an outdoor oasis:
In the world today, the goal in regard to housing seems to be to get as big a house as possible and furnish it with as many lavish things as you can afford. Because of this obsession with materialism, it can be nice to see expensive places that favor functionality over flair.
Keeping with that line of thought, check out this penthouse in Budapest that has gone out of its way to be as minimalistic as possible, and maybe reap some ideas for your own minimalist redesign:
It’s no secret that one of the main attractions of Brevard County is its beautiful beaches, and there’s no better time to experience them than during a sweltering summer like this one. But what if you’re not the beach-going type? What if the mere thought of sand makes your stomach turn? Well, fear not: from Brevard County Manatees games to our awesome zoo, there are plenty of other things to do in Brevard. Check out the links below for some suggestions.
Love a good remodeling story? Can’t get enough of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition? Well, get your daily dose of redesign with the story of this decrepit-condominium-turned-family-apartment. Situated in Hanoi, Vietnam and headed by Landmak Architect, this revamp will certainly give Ty and his crew from the aforementioned television show a run for their money!
The decision of whether to rent or buy when looking for a new place to live is one of the most daunting parts about finding a new home. It can be hard to compare the risk to the reward from the numbers alone, and getting into a rental agreement that winds up being worse for the buyer financially in the long run is always disheartening. So, check out this new easy-to-use calculator that helps the buyer decide whether to rent or buy:
While most people report loving nature, it can be hard to find a home that is both immersed in the elements AND decked out with modern comforts. This waterfront Seattle home, however, is truly the best of both worlds. Situated right in the middle of an area with both mountain and lakeside views, this home is a modernized take on a nature-lover’s dream home.