About Miriam Dillon, Broker Associate


About Miriam Dillon

Miriam Dillon, Broker Associate
Rosemary Beach Realty

After a successful career in law in Louisiana and Texas,  Miriam Dillon and her family decided to move home to the beach, and they can’t imagine living anywhere else ever again.

Miriam Dillon has been assisting clients with buying and selling real estate in this area since 2000, and became a licensed Broker in 2005. She is experienced in sales in TND (Traditional Neighborhood Developments) communities such as Rosemary Beach,  Alys Beach, Watercolor and Watersound, as well as the entire 30A and South Walton area.

Our community and especially education is Miriam Dillon’s passion. She is a past Chairman of the Seaside Neighborhood School Board of Directors, former chair of the SWCC Education Committee and former chair of the Board of Trustees of the South Walton Montessori Academy, the area’s first private school.

Since 1999, Miriam and her husband, James, and their 3 children have owned the Summer Kitchen Cafe in Rosemary Beach where James is the Chef.  In 2014, they opened Coast Food + Wine in Uptown Grayton – in Grayton Beach, FL.

Miriam Dillon’s knowledge, love and passion for the South Walton area translate into exceptional service for her real estate clients.  Please contact Miriam Dillon when you are considering buying or selling real estate in South Walton.

850 . 830 . 4753 cell
850 . 278 . 2000 office

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