Living at Breakfast Point
One of the most important factors when choosing where to raise your family is the location--location relative to good schools, location to convenient shopping and medical facilities, and location to fun, recreational activities. The Breakfast Point® community in Panama City Beach has the ideal location. In fact, you might say, location is its greatest amenity.
Breakfast Point Maps
Homes are currently available in the Phase 4 neighborhood of The Breakfast Point® community and in the Phase 1 neighborhood of Breakfast Point East in Panama City Beach, Florida. Local builders Samuel Taylor Homes, Southern Coastal Homes, and Truland Homes are eager to work with you on pre-approved floor plans or the perfect semi custom home to fit your lifestyle.Read More
Samuel Taylor Homes
Samuel Taylor Homes is a local independent builder, established in Panama City Beach, in 2011 by Matt Brandman and Hunter Collins, two professionals that have been in the home building industry for many years. Their vision was two fold - to build exceptional new homes with details and amenities customers want, but without the frustrations that often accompanies the process.Read More
Southern Coastal Homes
Southern Coastal's goal is to build quality semi-custom homes that appeal to families as well as empty nesters and seniors. Their primary focus is to enhance the value of neighborhoods and build long lasting value for present and future owners. Southern Coastal uses only local vendors and tradesmen and is committed to enhancing the communities that they build in.Read More
History of Breakfast Point
With any unusual name, there is often a story from whence it came. Breakfast Point® is no different. Legend has it that the local fishermen would be out on West Bay netting mullet before first light. They would catch as many mullet as possible, salt them down and travel by boat to Panama City to sell them. This was long before the Hathaway Bridge was built so getting to Panama City was easiest by boat. After a full morning of hauling in nets full of mullet, time and time again, the fishermen would pull up on the shore to enjoy a well-deserved breakfast of cold biscuits from the previous-night's dinner. They all knew that each morning they would meet at the same time in the same location and share breakfast and tales. This was the tradition passed down for years. The place where they pulled up to shore was aptly named Breakfast Point.