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Marianna Homes for Sale

Marianna, FL Homes for Sale

Marianna, Florida

Marianna, FL is ideally located: close to the activities of the city, while nestled in the natural attractions of northern Florida. Marianna is just an hour's drive west of Tallahassee, and an hour north of the beaches at Panama City. Marianna has plenty of local attractions, too. North of town, the Florida Caverns State Park displays exquisite flowstone and drapery rock formations in its caverns. Above ground, the beautiful foliage of Southern magnolias, dogwood and white oak enchants visitors. Marianna is also a short drive to Lake Seminole and the Apalachicola National Forest.

Homes for Sale in Marianna, Florida

The Marianna real estate market has a little something for just about any home buyer. New developments have brought contemporary styled homes, custom built homes and manufactured homes to the traditional architectural mix of Southern Gothic and Gulf Coast cracker homes.

North of downtown, the homes for sale begin to reflect the southern charm of Florida. Plantation style homes in this part of Marianna can list in the mid $500's. Budget conscious buyers will find a good selection of basic ranch style homes listing in the low $300's.Converted trailers are also a very affordable way to experience the laid back charm of Marianna, FL. These tidy homes for sale in Marianna list in the low $100's.

Nearby Mallory Heights is a growing community just a few minutes south and east of downtown Marianna. Mallory Heights offers easy access to the urban hustle of Tallahassee, as well as the rural tranquility of the Indian Springs Golf Club. For the buyer determined to build a dream home from the ground up, the Mallory Heights real estate market has undeveloped lots of land selling in the $20,000 range per acre. The luxury buyer will also find award winning homes for sale in Mallory Heights.

Marianna Community Schools

Marianna's public schools have a total enrollment of just over three thousand students. A single private school, Dayspring Christian Academy, offers courses to students from kindergarteners to eighth graders. Other educational choices include the Jackson Alternative School, a combined elementary and secondary school, and the Dozier School for Boys. Chipola Junior College and the Jackson County Adult Education Center give area residents higher education opportunities.

Business in Marianna, Florida

Retail trade is the largest sector of the Marianna economy, along with health care and administrative services. Many residents commute to work in Tallahassee or at the military installations along the Gulf Coast.

Marianna Real Estate Agents

Marianna is a small town with easy access to just about anywhere in northern Florida. A Marianna REALTOR can help a new buyer settle into the perfect home with a minimum of fuss.