About Murray Hill
Current Prices: $149,900 to $399,900
Closed Prices: $45,000 to $539,900
Median Sale Price: $236,950
Average $ per sq ft: $227
Association Fee Ranges: $0, $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1905 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 480 to 2604 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms
Getting Around Murray Hill
Around Murray Hill
The architecture in Murray Hill varies from modern, Southern-style homes to older, brick homes with updated features. Many of the homes are small in size, a product of the neighborhood’s original design. The Murray Hill Preservation Association, founded in 1932, protects the historical character of the community, and consults with owners on any updates they wish to make to their homes.
Edgewood Avenue South is the social core of Murray Hill. Along its route, you will find up-and-coming bars with locals brews, independent coffee shops, vintage boutiques, and other family-owned business that reflect the character of the neighborhood.
Artists congregating at one of the independent coffee shops, working on one project after another. Families taking their kids to one of the newest eateries on Edgewood Avenue or people walking their dogs at Four Corners Park while checking on the community garden. No matter where you go, Murray Hills is a vibrant community with plenty to see and always something to explore.
Tame your taste buds with one of the many food options on Edgewood. Head over to the well-known and historic Murray Hill Theater, where you can experience the latest in Jacksonville’s indie music scene. If you still feel like socializing, head over to one of the nearby dive bars and try one of the popular locally brewed IPA’s.
Grab a coffee and a bagel at one of Murray Hill’s renowned bakeries or head over to one of the neighborhood’s diners for a late brunch. Spend the afternoon with friends at the community garden, harvesting and planting new food for the farmer’s market. End the day with leisurely walk through one of the many green spaces.
- Independent businesses with locally sourced goods
- Easy access to Jacksonville's center
- Community-oriented vibe
Locals Don't Love
- Rising cost of housing
- Lack of major grocery stores
- Businesses closing early during the week
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