A typical St. Augustine neighborhood has single-family homes and one or more man-made "lakes:

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Most of the homes built in St. Augustine prior to 1900 were either single-family homes or boarding homes. As St. Augustine has grown after the era of Henry Flagler, more diverse homes have been added to the mix. Today, those moving to St. Augustine can choose from a variety of home types and price points, including renting a home, apartment, condo, or trailer, or buying a site-built home, condo, villa, trailer, or manufactured home. Our relocation section allows those who want to live in St. Augustine to focus on one or more home types to see what is available for sale or to rent.