Welcome to Burnt Pine
A close-knit community with an esteemed atmosphere
Burnt Pine is where luxury and exclusivity meet, bringing residents the finest homes and the best of resort-style living within the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Burnt Pine features a variety of architectural styles that complement and accentuate each other. Lush greenery, large lots, and water features are common highlights of the properties of Burnt Pine.
Burnt Pine Golf Club has been coined the jewel of Florida golfing. You can enjoy a full calendar with the season's most prominent events right inside the gates of the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Locals end their Tuesdays with fireworks all summer long from the Village of Baytowne Wharf. Burnt Pine residents enjoy the best gumbo on the Emerald Coast in the winter and the best shopping year-round. Burnt Pines isn't just a place to live; it's a way to live.
What to Love
- Resort lifestyle
- A full roster of notorious restaurants
- An exclusive community, ensuring the best in everything
- Burnt Pine Golf Club
Resort living at its finest. When you live in Burnt Pine, you live with the most exclusive luxuries the Emerald Coast offers. A drive down Grand Boulevard brings you to a line of chic restaurants, each with something different and unique to offer.
The Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort offers so much, just steps away, like boutique shops with designer brands, notorious restaurants, and a calendar packed with the season's most significant events. Residents of Burnt Pine start their Tuesday evening with dinner and end their Tuesdays with fireworks all summer long. There is a saying that there can't be sunshine and beaches every day, but it can be for those living in Burnt Pine.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dinner options within the Burnt Pine / Sandestin area bring residents the best in elegance and ambrosial fares. Locals find themselves at Bijoux for a romantic evening of New Orleans-inspired cuisine. On more casual occasions, it’s a quick drive or golf cart ride to Tommy Bahamas, where patrons satisfy their appetite for food and fashion. Another well-known Florida favorite, Fleming’s, provides a delicious dinner every night.
A meal with a view is easy to find in an opulent place like the Burnt Pine / Sandestin area. One spot residents say is the best is Seagar’s, with its gorgeous oceanside dining. While others in the community prefer the perfect greenery and rich waters of the Burnt Pine Golf Club. It’s not all golf and beaches here, though. There are tennis courts, deep-sea diving, nature reserves, and the wharf to explore.
As for shopping, residents don’t have to go far for luxurious wares. The boutiques along Grand Boulevard keep locals busy and their homes filled with the most fabulous and latest finds.
Things to Do
Beyond the pleasures of a day at the golf club or yachting about the Sandestin harbor, Burnt Pine residents enjoy a full calendar of events.
There’s no better place to delight the taste buds and enjoy local fares than at the annual Sandestin Gumbo Festival. People come from all around the Emerald Coast for the area’s largest winter food festival. If the food from the Gulf’s best restaurants isn’t enough to entice the people there, the Best Bloody Mary’s at the Beach competition finishes the job.
To further refine the pallets of locals, Sandestin Wine Festival provides four days packed with events such as wine dinners with famous chefs. Novice wine tasters and expert sommeliers alike can enjoy the interactive culinary experiences at the Sandestin Wine Festival. Destin Magazine named it the Best Annual Event.
On a more laid-back day, the Blue Marlin Classic Fishing Tournament attracts expert and casual fishers alike. It’s one of the best fishing competitions on the Emerald Coast and an event not to be missed. While residents may skip one or two Boomin’ Tuesdays, the weekly fireworks display from the Village of Baytowne Wharf is worth catching all summer long. It’s the perfect nightcap for the luxurious days spent at Burnt Pine.
Living in the Burnt Pine / Sandestin area means having access to the best schools in the county. The local public schools have top-tier education and faculty, while private schools provide high-quality education with additional benefits for students. Notable schools in the area to consider include:
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