Settled long before Columbus set foot in America by the Ais people, the town of Melbourne Beach was most recently settled in the late 1880’s. Some even say explorer Juan Ponce de Leon discovered Melbourne Beach in 1513, though one cannot ever be 100 percent sure exactly where he landed.
The oldest beachside community in Brevard, the incorporated area of Melbourne Beach has just over 3,300 residents on 1.3 square miles. Located in the south beaches area of the barrier island, the town is buffered to the north by the town of Indialantic. The unincorporated area of Melbourne Beach actually extends south all the way to Sebastian Inlet, which is the southernmost edge of Brevard County on the barrier island.
The town has a bustling center complete with shops, restaurants, parks and a pier on the Indian River Lagoon. There are plenty of public beach parks along the shore, and the town also boasts Gemini Elementary school, and the fabulous Spessard Holland Golf Course at its southern incorporated border.
From oceanfront homes and condos to canal-front and river front homes, there are many different home options here. Find your home in Melbourne Beach below!