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Viera / Suntree
Situated on former Duda Ranch land, Viera is a master-planned community in Brevard County, Florida, located in the Space Coast region. It is an unincorporated part of the Melbourne area. Viera is home to many of the county government's buildings. It also contains The Avenues shopping mall, the Space Coast Stadium, home of the Brevard County Manatees. It is the spring training home of the Washington Nationals.
Home to many gated, exclusive and beautifully landscaped communities and several are listed here for your consideration: is a planned unincorporated community in Brevard County.
Aberdeen, Addington, Ashton Lakes, Auburn Lakes, Bayhill at Viera, Baytree, Bella Terra, Capron Ridge, Capron Trace, Charolais Estates, Colfax Landing, Collingtree, Crane Creek, Cross Creek, Durban Park, Fairway Lakes at Viera, Grand Isle, Hammock Trace, Heritage Isle, Herons' Landing, The Greens at Viera, Indian River Colony Club, Indigo Crossing, Osprey, Plantation Point, Sawgrass at Suntree, Six Mile Creek, Somerset at Duran, Sonoma, Stratford Place, Summer Lakes Three Fountains, Viera East, and Wickham Lakes.
Suntree is a planned community in Brevard County. It is located near the center of the county, off I-95 near Viera between Interstate 95 and US1.
coquina rock that line the Indian River. It was originally referred to as Rock Ledge. The town had several large hotels in the late 19th century to the early 20th century that catered to Northern tourists escaping cold winters. Developments further south, also serviced by the railroad, put them out of business by the 1920s. Current citrus groves are now nominal, producing citrus confections, juice and souvenirs for the tourist trade and for local consumption. One local citrus grower is Harvey's Groves where you can purchase citrus, souveniers, homemade fudge and taste a fresh squeezed sample of orange juice.
NASA space rockets. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center are located on the northern part of Merritt Island
Titusville is the county seat of Brevard County. Nicknamed Space City, USA, Titusville is on the Indian River, west of Merritt Island and the Kennedy Space Center and south-southwest of the Canaveral National Seashore. Beginning in the late 1950s, the growth of Cape Canaveral, and later the Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island, made the community's economy, population and tourism grow considerably.
Patrick Air Force Base
Patrick Air Force Base and the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station is the home of the 45th Space Wing. It is the Department of Defense's East Coast Space Port and providers of launch support services. Patrick AFB is nestled between the white sand shores of the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful Banana River. Cape Canaveral AFS is situated just north of Port Canaveral. This is a very nice location for a military installation. I am referring to the river to just due west and the beaches just to the east. It is also one of the best spots for viewing a space rocket launch. Brevard County is home to many military retirees who have the advantage & use of the facilities of PAFB.
Just two miles south of Patrick Air Force Base. This area is known for its excellent schools. Housing is varied, with single and multi-family canal-front dwellings, beachside condominiums, and meticulously landscaped homes. Gated Tortoise Island & Lansing Island homes range from $500,000 to well over $1 million, many with deep-water docks. Satellite Beach is referred to as a barrier city because it lies on an island that is situated in front of the mainland. It is accessible by the Pineda Causeway or the Eau Gallie Causeway, both of which come from the neighboring city of Melbourne.
Indian Harbour Beach
This town is a small, upscale, residential community on the barrier island & the Atlantic Ocean It is located just across the Eau Gallie Causeway. The oceanfront is scattered with beautiful Condominiums where one can watch surfers, tropical birds, dolphins, sea turtles and other sea life right from their own living rooms.
Indian Harbour Beach is also home to the the elite Eau Gallie Yacht Club.
The southern beaches of Brevard are unspoiled and undiscovered by heavy tourism.
Indialantic is another beach town situated between the Indian River lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. The seldom-used official name of the incorporated town is "Indialantic-By-The-Sea".
Some of the housing developments in Indialantic include: Cloisters, Coventry, Highland Groves, Indialantic Heights, North Atlantic by the Sea, Ocean Park, Oceanside Village, Puesta del Sol, Rio Linda, Rio Villa, River Shores, Riviera, Sanctuary, Shady Shores, Terrace Shores
Melbourne Beach is Brevard County's oldest beach community. In 1879, the Oak Lodge, was built for researchers and naturalists on a 164 acres location near Aquarina. The town was established in 1883 by a retired Union general. Pineapples were grown until 1895, when freezing weather wiped out crops and ended commercial farming. In 1921, the Melbourne Causeway was built, connecting Melbourne Beach to the mainland via the town of Indialantic. In 1923 it was incorporated as a town.
Two beautiful golf courses also located in Melbourne Beach are the Island Links at Aquarina Country Club and the Spessard Holland, designed by Arnold Palmer Enterprises.
In 2007, Melbourne Beach was voted one of ten best bargain retirement spots in America.
In the 1920s, the city was renamed after the bay bordered with sabal palm trees known as Palm Bay located at the mouth of Turkey Creek.The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city's population as 100,786 in July 2008; it is the most populous city in the county.
The city is often referred to in four quadrants: Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, and Southeast. The most urban area is in the Northeast. The most rural area is in the Southwest. Palm Bay has developed its Bayside Lakes "downtown" to create a focus for the city. The Turkey Creek Sanctuary is a small nature reserve in the northeast part of the city. Forbes magazine ranked the city as 11th most innovative in the nation in 2010.
Malabar / Grant / Micco /Valkaria
The Town of Malabar got its 1st official Post Office and name on December 24, 1883. Two Times a week, the boat that traveled down the Intracoastal waterway from Jacksonville would deliver the mail to the palmetto shack post office along the riverbank at Malabar. The mail was dumped on the counter for the population of 25 to shuffle through. With the coming of the railroad in 1893 the mail boat was no longer needed.