Friendly and Welcoming DeBary, Florida:
A River Town to call home.
If you love the tranquility of being surrounded by thousands of beautiful Oak trees, bird sanctuaries and extensive parks, DeBary may be the piece of Old Florida you should call home. DeBary has a population of almost 20K–and these folks are known for their warm and welcoming southern hospitality. You will find Debary perched on the northern shore of the beautiful St John’s River, which serves as the gateway to Southwest Volusia County. And while you will love the look and feel of living in Old Florida, Debary has quick and easy access to I-4 and U.S Highway 17/92 and puts you just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Orlando, Sanford, and Daytona Beach.
DeBary Hall Historic Site, placed in the National Register of Historic places in 1972, is the restored winter home of Samuel Frederick DeBary, the first settler in this region. Built in 1871, the 8,000 sq. ft. Italianate architectural-style mansion is open to the public with artists’ displays, multimedia programs, and docent-led tours. This is definitely a tour you don’t want to miss!
DeBary is a River town and offers a diversity of lifestyles, which include upscale country clubs and championship golf courses, rural acreage with horses, and riverside homes. See the links below to find out more about events, historic sites, the 108 acre Nature Park that boasts a 36-hole disc golf course, boat marinas and the many things to do in the Debary area. And if you’re interested in homes in Debary, our team has been a top ranking real estate team for over 20 years and residents of the area. Once you visit Debary, you will understand why so many people want to Work and Live in Debary, Florida!
Events and Places of Interest:
Link to Debary Art: https://debary.org/community/page/art
Link to Debary Events: https://debary.org/community/page/events
Links to Golf in Debary: https://debary.org/community/page/golf
Links to West Volusia Historic Sites: https://visitwestvolusia.com/what-to-do/arts-history/historic-attractions/
Close by Marinas: https://debary.org/community/page/marinas-and-boat-ramps
Links to Nearby Parks: https://debary.org/parksites
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