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Assorted vintage items on a table at the Beach Boulevard Flea Market near Wimberly at Deerwood in Jacksonville, Florida

SHOP AT THE BEACH BOULEVARD FLEA MARKET IN JACKSONVILLE

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Located in east Jacksonville along Beach Blvd in the Southside Estates neighborhood is one of the largest flea markets in Jacksonville. The Beach Boulevard Flea Market has been around for over 20 years, and boasts over "200,000 square feet of everything imaginable", which includes a local farmer's market.

Close-by residents will want to keep this place in mind as a resource for fresh, local fruits and vegetables, as well as discounted household goods, clothing, electronics, art, tools, memorabilia, and more.

As for residents living at Wimberly at Deerwood apartment homes, they'll be happy to learn they're only a mile away from this iconic, fun, and practical destination.

Visitors can enjoy all the sights, sounds, foods, drinks, and savings they'll experience at this indoor/outdoor, year-round marketplace, while shopping for the staple items needed for their households, as well as the unique items they never knew they needed.

As for those who want to rent a booth, Beach Boulevard Flea Market has daily and monthly deals to accommodate their ambitions. With heavy foot traffic, there's no wonder over 500 vendors set up shop at this expanded flea market -- must be worth the cost.

Frequenting the farmers market to shop for fresh and organic vegetables is a great reason to visit the Beach Boulevard Flea Market, as is shopping for countless of other items at discount prices. In addition, this is a great place to meet new people and socialize with old friends as well.

Enjoying the close-by Beach Boulevard Flea Market is just another benefit of living at the luxurious Wimberly at Deerwood apartment homes in Jacksonville. Want to learn more? Contact us today.

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