Relatively inexpensive beachfront condominiums are available in many Florida cities, including Deerfield Beach, Pensacola and Titusville. Titusville was the least expensive as of December 2014, reports CBS News. Bargain-priced beachfront condos also are on the market in Jacksonville and Fort Myers, says Investopedia
Close to the Kennedy Space Center, Titusville is a small city with a median home price of about $69,000, says CBS News. However, some small, two-bedroom, two-bath beachfront condominiums are on the market for as low as $20,000, according to Realtor.com. Deerfield Beach, located in Broward County on Florida's Treasure Coast, is known for its clean water, good beach conditions and water sports. The median home price there is about $123,000, but some oceanfront properties are selling for as little as $60,000, Zillow says.
At the western edge of the Florida panhandle, Pensacola is famous for its white sand beaches and protected seashore. The median home price is about $105,000, according to CBS News, and many two-bedroom, two-bath waterfront condominiums are on the market for under $120,000, according to Emerald Coast Realty.
Both Jacksonville and Fort Myers were hit hard by the foreclosure crisis and the nation's recession, so home prices in both cities remain relatively low. In Florida's largest city, Jacksonville, waterfront properties are listed for as little as $100,000, while similar homes sell for $200,000 and up in Fort Myers, Investopedia explains.