At the convergence of the southern tip of Merritt Island with the beachside barrier island, you’ll find the quiet community of Indian Harbor Beach. This small section of Brevard County can have a tendency to get overlooked, with a land area just shy of three square miles and a population under ten thousand. But those who call Indian Harbor Beach home know that it’s one of the best kept secrets of the entire Florida Coast.
Indian Harbor beach is easy to access, with close proximity to the Eau Gallie causeway, which leads directly to Interstate 95. Many executives and families choose this area for it’s perfect blend of serene atmosphere and convenient location. Homes and condos tend to run in the mid-to-upper range with a median price around $300K, and the community as a whole tends to be well educated, with nearly half of adults holding higher education degrees.
Despite its small size, Indian Harbor has plenty to do, with plenty of hip, modern shopping and restaurants. The township also boasts a delightful array of parks that cater to a wide variety of residents’ interests. Baseball fields, jogging paths, and, of course, pristine public beaches are a few of the ways you can pass the time. Space Coast Crew, a nationally recognized rowing team, practices in one of the waterside parks of Indian Harbor Beach regularly. Take a look at the sparkling gem of Indian Harbor, and you’ll discover new facets to admire daily.