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About Monticello, Florida


With historic homes and breathtaking oaks accentuated by Spanish moss, Monticello is a beautiful town rich in history and culture. Conveniently located less than 30 miles from Tallahassee, Monticello real estate lies within a charming town that offers residents a relaxing lifestyle. Monticello real estate experts, Coldwell Banker Hartung and Noblin, Inc. Realtors, know that Monticello real estate is one of Florida's best kept secrets as it offers residents a friendly community and the opportunity to experience Florida's rich history.

Monticello, Florida

Monticello, county seat of Jefferson County, is located northeast of Florida's capital of Tallahassee. Situated near Georgia's southern border, Monticello homes for sale are conveniently located near many major state roads. With a population of less than 3,000 residents, Monticello real estate offers residents an abundance of small town charm while providing residents access to Florida's capital of Tallahassee. Monticello residents enjoy a short commute to Tallahassee's business district, state government offices, and the city's numerous attractions. Students enjoy Monticello as it offers a short commute to Florida State University and Florida A&M University.

Monticello Community & Attractions

Coldwell Banker Hartung and Noblin, Inc. Realtors recommend Monticello real estate because of the many attractions the community offers. Monticello offers residents everything needed to live a comfortable lifestyle. Monticello's town center includes an array of stores, restaurants, and entertainment.

Monticello's historic opera house hosts musicals and theatrical productions throughout the year. Additionally, Monticello is home to a local vineyard and winery, the Jefferson Country Club in the Jefferson County Historical Association.

Letchworth Mounds and Wacissa River are two local attractions. Visitors to the area enjoy meandering down Wacissa River's paddling trail, a favorite for outdoor enthusiasts. The nearby Letchworth Mounds are a unique attraction featuring one of Florida's few remaining Native American ceremonial sites estimated to be more than 3,000 years old.

Monticello Real Estate

Monticello real estate includes single family homes nestled in a charming small town. Monticello homes are a great choice for those seeking comfort, safety, and convenience. Many Monticello homes have a clear antebellum design, which appeals to history buffs.

Coldwell Banker Hartung and Noblin, Inc. Realtors, experts in Monticello homes, are invested in helping individuals, couples, and families secure their ideal home. Contact us now to start living the life you deserve!

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Monticello Schools and Demographics


Education near Monticello, FL

City County
College Degree - 2 year 6 10
College Degree - 4 year 11 13

Demographics near Monticello, FL

City County
Population 2,600 14,784
Population Density 654 25
Median Age 42.9 45
People per Household 2.3 2.4
Median Household Income 28,422 39,745
Average Income per Capita 22,010 22,723

About Monticello, FL

Monticello is located in Florida. Monticello, Florida has a population of 2,600. Monticello is more family-centric than the surrounding county with 26% households with children. The county percentage for households with children is 19%.

The median household income in Monticello, Florida is $28,422. The median household income for the surrounding county is $39,745 compared to the national median of $50,013. The median age of people living in Monticello is 42.9 years.

Monticello Weather

The average high temperature in July is 90.7 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 38.3 degrees. The annual precipitation is 58.31.

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