Thinking of making the move to the Daytona Beach area? Learn more about the happenings and housing options at the world’s most famous beach. Information includes the nearby cities of Port Orange, Ormond Beach, Palm Coast and St. Augustine.
The Flagler County Parade of Homes 2019 awards results are in. ICI Homes is proud to announce that we took home 5 awards this year! We had entries in our Ormond Beach community of Plantation Bay Golf and Country Club, as well as in Palm Coast for our “On Your Lot” division.
This year’s winners
The Egret II in Plantation Bay:
• The Parade of Homes Award of Excellence
• The Realtor Choice Award: 2nd Place for $525,000 and Above
The Blossom II in Plantation Bay:
• The Parade of Homes Award of Excellence
The Serena in Plantation Bay:
• Grand Award
The Juliette in Palm Coast:
• The Parade […]
Our newest community, Woodhaven in Port Orange, hosted our public Grand Opening event on Saturday, March 9th. The event was featured recently in an article in the Port Orange Observer, and included quotes from both an interested customer and a future resident who offered praise for the new community.
The Observer also interviewed our sales staff. We offered some information about what features and amenities this amazing new neighborhood will have.
Three single-family model homes were unveiled, with two townhomes models to be completed within the next month. According to Michelle Llanos, sales manager for ICI Homes, the neighborhood will provide […]
The News Journal featured an article about our newest community, Woodhaven in Port Orange, just in time for our Grand Opening. We are excited to unveil this new community to you!
Hosseini’s company ICI Homes on Saturday will hold a grand opening for the first model homes in his newest development, a community in Port Orange called Woodhaven.
The gated community will be located along the west side of Interstate 95 and north side of Pioneer Trail. It will cover more than 1,000 acres and upon full buildout have as many as 1,338 homes and apartment units as well as a […]
St. Augustine. It’s one of the oldest places in the United States and one of the most heavily visited.
We at ICI Homes promise it’s worth it. The Ancient City is less than 50 miles south of Jacksonville and under 100 miles north of Daytona Beach. That makes it the perfect day trip for residents in many of our communities! It’s the nation’s oldest city (founded in 1565) and contains many structures that are “the oldest” in some guise.
You’ll find six centuries of architecture, history and just plain “wow” moments. It’s also easy to find great photo opportunities and food and drink.
Unless you’re allergic to water — is there such a thing? — one reason you may be planning a move to Florida is so you can dwell near an ocean.
Or, a cool, calming river, lake or creek within view of your backyard. And there are few places to better enjoy Florida’s watery riches than the metro Jacksonville area, where the St. Johns River flows through its downtown, and the Atlantic Ocean is only a few miles east.
But you don’t have to live in Jacksonville proper to find the water. Nocatee, the master-planned community south of “JAX” that’s one of […]
St. Augustine is one of the United States’ most historic cities — the nation’s oldest, in fact — and offers enough historical sites, tourist attractions, unique adventures and experiences to keep you coming back for more.
But those aren’t the only reasons folks come to St. Augustine. The beaching is spectacular too, with municipal beaches, an immense state park and a nature preserve among the biggest options.
Read on to discover how to enjoy St. Augustine’s beaches.
Anastasia State Park
It’s one of Florida’s most popular state parks and a favorite among locals and day-trippers who live inland.
The barrier island across Matanzas Bay […]
You may have moved to the Daytona Beach area for any number of reasons. A job change. Long-awaited retirement. To build your dream home.
But you can’t move to the “World’s Most Famous Beach” without enjoying its vast watery playgrounds!
At least we hope you won’t. Daytona Beach is ICI Homes’ hometown, so allow us to give you a quick rundown on how to make a splash here.
Go to the beach
There are 23 miles of beach in greater Daytona Beach. Add those in surrounding towns — Ormond Beach, Ponce Inlet and New Smyrna Beach — and you have more than 47 […]
If you’re a new Daytona Beach-area resident, you might not realize how easy it is to explore conservation lands here.
Sounds contradictory, doesn’t it? Especially when the “World’s Most Famous Beach” is home to some of the state’s highest-powered tourist attractions? Daytona Beach’s home county of Volusia also contains some of the most remarkable natural resources on Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The county’s Explore Volusia program helps visitors access and enjoy these conservation lands.
Spanning approximately 38,000 acres, eight nature preserves are located all over Volusia County. They’re open from sunrise to sunset and offer different types of terrain. Discover new adventures on hikes, bicycles, […]
Once you move to a pre-eminent vacation destination like Daytona Beach, realizations you might’ve shoved back-of-mind in the hubris of home-selling and buying, suddenly crystallize.
Like, you now can do the fun things you’d normally reserve for vacation, all the time!
That’s definitely true for kids’ activities. The same distractions that entertained youngsters on rainy beach days now make great year-round options for birthday parties, achievement rewards, sleepovers and more.
So if you’re happily ensconced in your new ICI Homes community and pondering how to occupy the kids, we’ll get you started.
Here’s a look at five fun places for kids in Daytona […]
You’re a new Florida resident and you want to get outside and enjoy living in the Sunshine State.
We agree! We at ICI Homes count the Daytona Beach area as our hometown, and we’re here with locals’ tips and tricks to help you do just that.
Here are three fun, easy ways to get outside and soak in that natural Vitamin D.
Get on the water
You now live within minutes of the Atlantic Ocean, plus east central Florida lakes and natural springs. Hint: take at least one winter trip to Blue Springs State Park in Orange City to see the manatees.
Of course […]