Smyrna Beach Club
5201 Atlantic Ave
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
Smyrna Beach Club: For Beach Enjoyment
Relax in a Florida paradise with the oceanfront condos at Smyrna Beach Club. With beautiful ocean scenery, nearby 18-hole golf courses, direct access to the car-free section of the beach, and more, Smyrna Beach Club is an ideal place to live.
Some of the residential amenities include:
- Oceanfront balcony
- Seasonally heated oceanfront pool
- Oversized pool deck
- Tennis court
- Shuffleboard court
The City of New Smyrna Beach was incorporated in 1947 but has a history dating back a couple of centuries. Many buildings from the early 1900s still remain and can be found all over the city, but few buildings remain from the 1800s. There are sites all around the area, too, that give visitors a glimpse of New Smyrna Beach’s past, including:
- Dummit’s Tomb
- Eldora House
- Turnbull Ruins
- Turtle Mound
- and more!
The Waterfront Loop at the heart of New Smyrna Beach is often described as having a laid-back atmosphere and old Florida charm. The Waterfront Loop accesses the city’s four commercial districts, miles of beaches, and unique local experiences along the waterfront. “Do the Loop” and visit
- Canal Street Historic District
- Historic Flagler Avenue
- North Causeway
- Third Avenue
- Historic Westside
Stunningly beautiful and meticulously upgraded interiors adorn the 176 townhomes of Cedar Dunes, offering comfort and luxury in a private home. The community offers both 2 and 3-bedroom floorplans, each style featuring spacious master suites and generously-sized bonus rooms. Additional features include gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, fireplaces, and large outdoor patios.
Cedar Dunes is a private, tranquil, and beautifully-maintained community surrounded by ways to get out and enjoy NSB. The neighborhood itself it engulfed in beautiful landscaping of mature trees, bright pops of hibiscus, and lush green lawns. It backs to the Indian River Lagoon Park, which offers biking and hiking trails, picnic areas, and a canoe/kayak launch into the Mosquito Lagoon Blueways paddling trails.