Long Term RentalsOcean Properties & Management, Inc. has been assisting those seeking long-term rentals in New Smyrna Beach and the surrounding areas for 30 years. We understand that deciding where to live is an important decision, and we recognize that the needs of every individual and family are unique. We do our best to match your personal requirements with a home that will best meet your needs.
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Relocating To The Area?Looking to relocate to the New Smyrna Beach area? The waterfront cities of New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater are peaceful, friendly havens for residents, each with its own special flavor and unique lifestyle.
Southeast Volusia County has a pristine thirteen mile stretch of beach, a stunning intra-coastal waterway and the Indian River lagoon teeming with a diverse ecosystem. The waterfront communities that comprise Southeast Volusia County each have their own special charm.
New Smyrna Beach New Smyrna Beach is a quiet, seaside retreat located at the mouth of the Ponce de Leon Inlet, which serves as the gateway to the historic and picturesque Indian River Lagoon. Bounded at the South by the 57,000 acre Canaveral National Seashore; and at the north by Smyrna Dunes Park; New Smyrna Beach boosts 13 miles of stunning Atlantic coastline.
Comprised of a large barrier island and mainland area, New Smyrna Beach encompasses 32 square miles, and has a population of approximately 23,000. The area offers outdoor and water related activities, a thriving cultural scene, environmental and historic treasures. History abounds, from Old Fort Park to the Sugar Mill Ruins. Visitors can step back in time and track the city's history from the 1500s to today. Founded by Alexander Turnbull, the city is named after Smyrna in Turkey which was the homeland of his wife.
Flagler Avenue, a true seaside beach street, is lined with quaint boutiques, galleries, surf shops and restaurants. Historic Canal Street in downtown serves as the center of the community, reflecting its old town charm. A growing antiques trade will let you go “antiquing” to your heart's content. If you have an interest in the arts, you will feel right at home in New Smyrna Beach. It is a vibrant arts community ranked one of the “100 Best Small Art Towns in America” in the book by John Villani. New Smyrna Beach is home to the Atlantic Center for the Arts, a world renowned artists-in-residence community. The city is active with art festivals, gallery openings, adult and children’s classes year round.
EdgewaterNestled along the Indian River and just a stone's throw from the world famous Mosquito Lagoon, Edgewater is an intracoastal waterfront city with small-town charm and rural character. Well known for boating and fishing, Edgewater is also a spirited business and manufacturing community. Edgewater has an excellent balance of residential, retail business and manufacturing that provides jobs and a high standard of living for residents.
Edgewater provides a superior quality of life. Minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean beaches that attract more than eight million tourists annually, Edgewater is known for its scenic Riverwalk and waterside festivals. Excellent schools and leisure activities, well maintained residential areas and excellent civic services/facilities foster a rich environment for families to live, work, learn and play.