Built on a narrow peninsula along the west bank of the Halifax River, Marina Point Condominiums is a gated and guarded community.  If you love the intercoastal, you will love this area as you can walk to the Daytona Beach Yacht Club, restaurants and boutiques, and two adjacent Marinas. Enjoy walks to Beach Street and the new Riverfront Walk park. The library and ballpark are close by!


  •  521-744 Marina Point Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Condominium Facts

  • Built-in 1982 to 1993
  •  6 storeys
  • Building 5 – 6 months

Building Amenities

  • Community pool 
  • Gated
  • Boat Slips
  • Free Mooring
  • Secured entry
  • Private parking
  • Clubhouse

Condominium Agents

Buying or selling a condo? Be sure to call Oceans Luxury Realty® at 386-388-3891, and we will be happy to connect you with the right real estate professional. 

Other Information

  • Intercoastal views
  • 26 units in building 5. Built-in 1993
    26 units in building 6. Built-in 1982
    26 units in building 7. Built-in 1982

    2 bedroom/ 2 baths – 1,512 sf, and 1,615 sf
    2 bedroom/2.5 baths – 1658
    3 bedrooms/2 baths – 2,196 sf,
    3bedroom/3 baths – 2,340 sf., and 2,451 sf.

    End units have a second-level patio and are larger (2,822 sf ). They have a lofted den and guest suite on the upper level, plus a patio.

Parking Features 

  • One or two assigned (carport)

 Unit Amenities 

  • Air Conditioned
  • Laundry in unit

 Pet Policy 

  • Two Pets up to 20 lbs.

 Local Schools 

These schools are part of the Volusia County Schools.

Daytona Beach Art & Culture

Woven within the Daytona Beach area is a rich tapestry of arts, culture, and heritage. From world-class museums, phenomenal art galleries, and impressive performances to numerous historic sites and other cultural treasures. The wonderful thing about Daytona Beaches' rich art and cultural influence is that many of these treasures are free to the public.

Daytona Beach Parks & Trails

Daytona Beach and the surrounding beach communities are well-known for their "green spaces" It's easy to find yourself on a scenic beachfront or inland outdoor adventure. Eco-adventurers will find the Daytona Beach area rich in natural treasures! October through April is ideal for hiking and biking. Naturally, summer is better suited to early morning walks to avoid the heat. With over 70 miles of stunning trails, hikers and bikers will love all that Daytona Beach has to offer. From lush botanical and tropical trails to 45 miles of connected trails within Volusia County, getting off that beach and heading just off the beaten path will provide endless adventures. Here is a list of some of our favorite places to roam.


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