Crestview, Florida is a city of about 25,000 people in the Florida panhandle about 50 miles east-northeast of Pensacola. It is the county seat of Okaloosa County.
The city of Crestview is known as the "Hub City" because of the intersection of I-10, US-90, State Road 85, and the Florida Gulf & Atlantic Railroad.
In recent years downtown Crestview has grown, with a good selection of shops, banks, fine dining and fast food restaurants, and boutiques.
Many historical buildings and new businesses.
Twin Hills Park is a 24 acre delight located on US Highway 90E. It is a big hit with its beautiful lake, barbecue spots, playground, stadium and sports fields.
Also nearby is Shoal River, and tributary of the Yellow River. Its many shoals and sandbars provide miles of slow moving shallow water great for water activities including paddling. Please take the average price with a grain of salt, as it includes many of the luxury properties while configuring the numbers. I'm usually able to assist you in finding a home within any budget.