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The Freeport Bulldogs of Freeport High School welcome you to Freeport, Florida. Freeport, Florida is the home of the Hammock Bay residential development, a beautiful new community. The Hammock Bay residential development in Freeport, Florida boasts southern charm.

Welcome to Freeport, Florida. Use our MLS listing search to search for Freeport real estate and MLS listings.

There are 235 residential real estate listings for sale in Freeport.
There are 65 commercial real estate listings for sale in Freeport.
There are 282 vacant land real estate listings for sale in Freeport.
There are 582 total real estate listings for sale in Freeport.

235 Residential Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 111 to 120

111.   789868
129 Waterside Lane, Freeport
2593 square feet, 4/3, 2008

112.   789847
255 Tournament Lane, Freeport
2456 square feet, 3/2, 2005

113.   789777
56 Cornelia Street , #lot 88, Freeport
1784 square feet, 3/2, 2018

114.   789773
72 Cornelia Street , #lot 2090, Freeport
1721 square feet, 3/2, 2018

115.   789557
375 Mango Lane, Freeport
2161 square feet, 3/2, 2007

116.   789520
392 Cornelia Street , #lot 39, Freeport
2250 square feet, 4/2/1, 2018

117.   789510
Lot 28 Meadow Lake Drive, Freeport
2498 square feet, 4/3, 2018

118.   789505
46 Hemingway Lane, Freeport
1979 square feet, 3/2, 2014

119.   789458
197 Lilly Bell Lane , #lot 20, Freeport
3127 square feet, 5/3, 2018

120.   789452
265 Lilly Bell Lane , #lot 15, Freeport
1979 square feet, 3/2, 2018

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History of Freeport

Freeport was founded around 1830. Visitors to the area admired LaGrange Bayou's naturally-created harbor on Choctawhatchee Bay's east side, near Choctawhatchee River's mouth. It was originally called "Genoa" and "Four Mile Landing," but as the Civil War raged, people began calling the town "Freeport" because docking in the port between LaFayette and Four Mile Creeks was literally free. Another historical interpretation of the name comes from the story of an unclaimed cargo of wine found in the port; according to the story, all the local residents enjoyed some free port.

Many families who first settled the area and founded Freeport still call the area home. The census of 1850 found that most heads of households worked as farmers or boatmen; most residents toiled in their fields and either fished during the off-seasons or worked on the commercial fishing and cargo ships. Farmers traded the produce they grew and livestock they raised good they couldn't make or grow themselves. The construction of lumber mills produced a large influx of new settlers, and many landings were established by families living along Four Mile Creek, LaGrange Bayou, Black Creek, and Choctawhatchee River.

Freeport was Walton County's political center for decades, due largely to schooner and steamboat passageways to Pensacola via the Gulf of Mexico and Geneva, in Alabama, via the Choctowhatchee River. Freeport's first mail came from Pensacola over the water, and a stagecoach trail stretching to Tallahassee merged with steamboat services in Freeport. Most goods that were ordered in Pensacola and beyond were shipped from Freeport in commercial wagon trains, following the road from Freeport northeast to Cerro Gordo through the Euchee Valley, located on the Chotawhatchee River. After Reconstruction in the Civil War era, lumber and naval supplies became Freeport's most important industries. Mills were constructed along the water since water transport was necessary for them. Valparaiso Development Company bought land in Freeport in 1918 for North and South Farms, where sugarcane was grown and sent to Chicago.

Now, Murphy Oil and Freeport Shipyards are housed at the original port in LaGrange Bayou between LaFayette and Four Mile Creeks. Many Freeport residents work at Eglin Air Force Base, both in civil and military service, but most work over the bridge in southern Walton County as county employees, builders, or in the service industry in real estate, retail, restaurants, hotels, etc. closely tied to South Walton's booming tourism.

Freeport literally divides north Walton County and south Walton County. It's conveniently positioned to Pensacola, Tallahassee, Fort Walton Beach, Panama City, and Montgomery. It's only an hour's drive from the regional airports of Okaloosa County, Bay County, Destin, and the municipal airport of DeFuniak Springs. It's within a half-hour drive from the many recreational opportunities of south Walton County's golf courses and beaches. Freeport is proud to be a neighbor to, and cooperate with, Eglin Air Force Base, right outside the town. Great happenings in Freeport are only right around the corner.

Freeport Utilities


CHELCO Electric

Gulf Power

Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative, Inc
(850) 892-2111


City of Freeport
(850) 835-2822

Regional Utilities
(850) 231-5114

South Walton Utility Co.
(850) 837-2988


Waste Management
(850) 862-7141





ITC Delta Com
(850) 479-8380


Cox Communications
(850) 862-4636


Time Warner Cable
(850) 892-3155



Department of Motor Vehicles
760 9th St. N
DeFuniak Springs, FL
(850) 892-8086

Freeport Recreation


Sandy Pines Golf Club
Highway 81
Freeport, FL
(850) 835-5254

Windswept Dunes
11 Club House Dr
Freeport, FL
(850) 835-1847

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