Laurel Hill

Welcome to Laurel Hill, Florida.

There are 35 residential real estate listings for sale in Laurel Hill.
There are 3 commercial real estate listings for sale in Laurel Hill.
There are 34 vacant land real estate listings for sale in Laurel Hill.
There are 72 total real estate listings for sale in Laurel Hill.

35 Residential Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 21 to 30

21.   826247
3096 Brandon Dunes Lane, Laurel Hill
2383 square feet, 4/2/1, 2019

22.   826144
3094 Brandon Dunes Lane, Laurel Hill
2534 square feet, 3/2, 2019

23.   826137
3092 Brandon Dunes Lane, Laurel Hill
2406 square feet, 3/2/1, 2019

24.   825508
G-3 Little Meadow Way , #unit G-3, Laurel Hill
256 square feet, 1/1, 2010

25.   825297
8937 Highway 85, Laurel Hill
2561 square feet, 2/2/1, 1989

26.   824319
8588 Ludlam Road, Laurel Hill
2240 square feet, 3/2, 1975

27.   823798
417 Adams Street, Laurel Hill
2447 square feet, 4/3, 1992

28.   822948
Xxx Carmillo Lane, Laurel Hill
2084 square feet, 3/2/1, 2019

29.   822291
41 Blueberry Drive, Laurel Hill
2233 square feet, 3/3, 1978

30.   819323
21542 Us Highway 331 N, Laurel Hill
2650 square feet, 4/2, 1995

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History of Laurel Hill

The area which is now Laurel Hill was one of the first English-speaking settlements in Florida. Settlers were documented establishing a community, originally known as Almirante, soon after Florida's acquisition by the United States in 1821. In the 1880s, railroad access to north-west Florida opened up a booming lumber industry, with the Yellow River Railroad reaching the Almirante (Laurel Hill) area by 1892. In 1895 Almirante, then just a small logging and farming community, was platted and renamed Laurel Hill, the name purportedly inspired by a large laurel tree which grew in the center of the community. Growing rapidly, the community was incorporated by the Florida Legislature in 1905.

Although in 1915 Laurel Hill was the largest community in newly created Okaloosa County, the town lost out becoming the Okaloosa County seat to the more centrally located town of Crestview. Laurel Hill's economic fortunes went into a decline after World War I, a waning intensified by the Florida land speculation collapse of the 1920s which resulted in the closing of Laurel Hill's only bank. In order to install infrastructure improvements and to re-stimulate the community, Laurel Hill was reincorporated in 1953.

First held in 1992, the Laurel Hill Hobo Festival is an annual event scheduled for the second Saturday in October.

The team name for the Laurel Hill School is the Hoboes, allegedly the only school in the US with this team name.

Information provided by Wikipedia. You can contact the Crestview Chamber of Commerce at:

Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
502 South Main Street
Crestview, FL 32536-4222
(850) 682-3212

Laurel Hill Recreation

Local Attractions

Sasquatch Zoo
5262 Deer Springs Dr.
Crestview, FL
(850) 682-3949


Oak Grove River Park
2751 Hwy 2
Laurel Hill, FL

Shoal River Wayside Park (Bill Duggan Jr. Park)
5999 Hwy 85 S
Crestview, FL

Ray Lynn Barnes Boat Ramp
3390 Hwy 90 E
Crestview, FL

Eagle Park
2980 James Lee Blvd E (Hwy 90 E)
Crestview, FL

Garden City Park
6330 Garden City Road
Crestview, FL


Carver-Hill Museum
895 McClelland St.
Crestview, FL
(850) 682-4003


Crestview Country Club
4927 N Antioch Road
Crestview, FL
(850) 682-2012

Shoal River Country Club
1100 Shoal River Dr
Crestview, FL
(850) 689-1010

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