Leon County

Leon County, Florida

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The County of Leon is nestled in Florida and home to Tallahassee. It incorporates 667 sq. miles in area, and there are 413 people per square mile. The population is estimated to be 283,988 as of 2014, and has increased by 3.1 percent since 2010. Relative to Florida, Leon has a typical number of young familes with 5 percent, an average number of children under 18 at 19 percent, and a less than average (17.3) number of retirees at 11 percent. Approximately 73 percent of the homes in Leon have been owned by the same family for more than a year. Approximately 92 percent of the population in Leon have finished high school, with 44 percent having a bachelor's degree or higher.

Median Home Price
$ 183k
Houses: 126,724

32 percent of the 126,724 homes are multi-unit structures, and these homes are used by 110,377 families. Properties in Leon County have a median value of $183.3k, and the proportion of people owning homes is approximately 54 percent. The median household income is $46.4k, which is greater than the state median. The County of Leon has a total of 24,022 business firms, and employees have an average commute to work of 20 minutes.

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Largest Cities in Leon County

Population: 188,107
People/sq.mi: 1,809
Median Home: $181k

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