There is a lot to celebrate about The Premier Property Group’s (PPG’s) Thirty-One on 30A’s development. Namely, it’s the first gulf-front condominium project introduced along scenic Highway 30A in more than a decade, making it a rare find. Not only does the $70 million project encompass the most up-to-date, contemporary design elements, but it is state-of-the-art in terms of building codes and technological offerings when compared to neighboring luxury developments.
While that differentiator alone makes the project particularly attractive, it’s the attention to lifestyle details that truly make Thirty-One exceptional in the market, according to the property’s lead sales agent, Oliver Robbins. “We are essentially offering a high-end luxury hybrid that blends the best in condominium living with the privacy and attractiveness of a single-family residence,” he said. “Thirty-One is setting a new standard for lifestyle amenities, and our residents have a real sense of ownership that is uncommon in most Gulf Coast condominiums.”
Thirty One on 30As differentiators start with the size of the residences. While most Emerald Coast condominiums offer less than 2,000 square feet, residences at Thirty-One start at 2,200 square feet and reach as high as 4,500 square feet, each offering a large gulf-front balcony overlooking 335 feet of beach frontage (the size of a football field). That means that each of the 27 residences is afforded more than 12 feet of beach compared to just over one foot in many neighboring communities.
Designed with a distinctive, refined lifestyle in mind, Thirty-One offers owners an unmatched level of privacy and security. Residences are accessed from a secure, underground garage via eight private elevators, each providing entry to four residences—one on each of the development’s four floors. The garage is also equipped with a secure storage area for each residence.
Convenience is central to the vision behind Thirty-One on 30A, where the end-goal for residents is a maintenance-free lifestyle. To that end, the development offers a wide variety of concierge packages and services through Live Well 30A and La Dolce Vita. Owners can leave all the menial tasks associated with managing or visiting a property up to local experts and focus their attention on relaxation and quality time with friends and family. No more standing in line at the grocery store upon arrival or running to the car wash before leaving. Owners and visitors can look to these concierge partners for nearly any task including booking fishing trips, hiring babysitters or building a beach bonfire. The possibilities are endless.
Convenience extends well beyond Thirty-One’s concierge partners. For example, beach service is automatically included with all residences to ensure a seamless, hassle-free experience for owners. A fleet of street legal golf carts are also available that residents can use for dinner outings or simply enjoying the eclectic offerings of nearby 30A communities. An onsite catering kitchen, club room, outdoor kitchen and owner’s area with firepit make entertaining easy. The property has spared no expense to ensure the satisfaction of owners and their guests.
Of course, the development would not be complete with its 2,500-square-foot resort-style pool, offering an expansive terrace and temperate waters. The development is also home to a fitness center that overlooks the pool and Gulf.
Complementing Thirty-One’s unmatched lifestyle amenities is a commitment to high-end service by those who work at the property. For instance, Robbins recalls one instance where an owner realized that her four-carat diamond was missing upon returning home to Mississippi. The diamond was later found at the Waffle House in DeFuniak Springs, an hour north of Thirty-One on 30A. Building Manager Karac LeCercq drove to the restaurant and retrieved the diamond for the owner, leaving it securely in her Thirty-One residence.
“Thirty-One on 30A is bringing something new and truly special to the market, standing out for its superior offerings from all vantage points,” Robbins said, adding that the price point is attractive when compared to other single-family offerings. Currently, residences are still available and range in price from $2.2 million to $4.0 million.