Live every day like you’re at a summer resort at Ormond Beach in Florida and enjoy clear blue waters and peachy orange sands.
14 in the Cheapest US Beach Cities For Retirement In 2021
The city features two state parks — Tomoka and Bulow Creek — which cover thousands of acres and protect various wildlife habitats and species. The city also houses the Addison Blockhouse Historic State Park, where you can see an 18th-century plantation.
Beach vacations can be expensive, but luckily, a retiree in Ormond Beach doesn’t have to drain their savings for a more permanent stay.
The median home value is priced at $208,800 and the median annual property tax is $1,953, while you’ll pay around $953 in housing expenses each month.