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Located along the eastern coast of central Florida, Daytona Beach is a popular destination for out-of-towners and is famous among racing enthusiasts. In fact, the city is commonly known as the "birthplace of speed." The Daytona International Speedway hosts a variety of racing events throughout the year, perhaps most notably the Daytona 500, and the city is the official headquarters of NASCAR. Daytona Beach has also been dubbed "The Spring Break Capital of the World," and its sprawling, world-famous beaches attract over 8 million tourists each year. Some other fun-in-the-sun activities include boating, fishing, golf, baseball, cycling and scuba diving. The city is a cultural destination as well and boasts several museums, including the Museum of Arts and Sciences. The Peabody Auditorium offers something for those with classical music inclinations and features operas, orchestras and more.



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Daytona Beach proudly represents the Sunshine State by offering competitive home prices that are complemented by a high quality of life. Benefits include ocean views, sprawling beaches, palm trees and much more. Prospective buyers looking into this beach town can currently find a 1,300-square-foot single-family home with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths for under $110,000. A 2,000-square-foot home with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths can run as low as $220,000, and a 2-bedroom, 2-bath premium waterfront condo at 1,200 square feet can run for less than $200,000.
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