Breweries in Jacksonville

Like local brew? Our city has a ton to explore and choose from. Here’s a go to list for you: Intuition Ale Works Bold City Brewery Aardwolf Brewing Company Veterans United Craft Brewery Wicked Barley Brewing Company Southern Swells Brewing Co. Myrtle Ave Brewing Tabula Rasa Brewing Historically Hoppy Legacy Ale Works Ruby Beach Seven […]

amandasearlerealtor | Feb 22, 2024

A Brief History on the Springfield Historic District

Located just north of downtown, the Springfield neighborhood boasts a rich and vibrant history, dating back to 1869. It was once the crown jewel of the city, attracting wealthy residents and even earning the nickname “Winter White Castle of the South” for its popularity as a winter resort. Early Beginnings (1869-1880s): Golden Age (1880s-1920s): Challenges […]

amandasearlerealtor | Jan 30, 2024

Historic Home Styles in Jacksonville

A Walk Through Time: Exploring Jacksonville’s Historic Home Styles Jacksonville, Florida, boasts a rich architectural tapestry, with historic homes whispering tales of bygone eras. From grand Victorian mansions to cozy Craftsman bungalows, each style reflects the city’s evolution and the aspirations of its residents. Let’s embark on a journey through some of Jacksonville’s most captivating […]

amandasearlerealtor | Jan 23, 2024

Is Buying a Historic Home for You?

HGTV and Instagram have popularized historic homes – they are photogenic, have unique architectural elements that are hard to replicate, and definitely NOT cookie cutter. If you’re in the market for a new home, buying a historic property might be an option worth considering. Let’s explore the benefits and challenges of purchasing a historic home […]

amandasearlerealtor | Jan 16, 2024

Plant Lover of the Month: Christian and Hans – 222 E 9th Street

Many of us love the idea of growing our own food. In fact, veggie growing is my personal favorite, so I just love visiting my fellow veggie gardeners and learning from them. Many folks think that vegetable gardens are unsightly and can only be used seasonally – tomatoes and peppers are the most popular vegetables […]

amandasearlerealtor | Nov 1, 2023

Plant Lover of the Month: Christine Lane – 354 W 7th Street

If you’re someone who isn’t excited about spending their day in the yard or feel like they don’t have a “green thumb” – this post is for you 🙂 Many homes intown have a small yard or even no yard at all. Christine Lane immediatley fell in love with her beautiful home and all of […]

amandasearlerealtor | Oct 9, 2023

Historic Springfield Public Art Tour In Jacksonville FL

If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend in Jacksonville, then you should check out historic Springfield’s great public art installations. Probably a great biking tour as it encompasses the entire neighborhood. I’ve highlighted some of the more well-known pieces but as you ride around Springfield you are bound to notice more. I’ve tried to […]

amandasearlerealtor | Feb 20, 2023

Holiday Shopping In Jacksonville

Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving! Now the dreaded holiday shopping. I really hate shopping but I do think one of the best things about the holidays is buying gifts from local businesses and makers and sharing them with friends and family.  So, here’s some places that I always find great stuff at: There’s two […]

amandasearlerealtor | Dec 9, 2022

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