Check out these open houses this weekend in Nocatee, Ponte Vedra Beach, Jax Beach and Atlantic Beach, Florida.
At Home, or Away, Nocatee Makes it Easy to Enjoy the Florida (and Southeastern) Lifestyle
It really is a great community, with neighborhoods that appeal to a variety of different lifestyles, at a wide range of price points. Plus, it’s centrally located between the beach, Jacksonville and St. Augustine. And, hey, we live here, so we’re a little biased.
That said, one of the best things about Nocatee is how quick & easy it is to get to destinations outside of Nocatee…in Florida, Georgia & beyond. [Read more…]
Many home buyers want to find a home in Atlantic Beach, Florida. But finding a newer home—nevermind new construction—is hard to come by, unless you’re willing to raze an older home.
Atlantic Beach Country Club gives home buyers the choice to bring their own custom builder, or choose a home from one of the community’s preferred builders, Toll Brothers or Riverside Homes. Amenities include golf, tennis, a community pool and fitness club and dining/clubhouse. What’s more, residents will be steps from the beach, and close to Seminole Road and the Beaches Town Center.
Some key facts to know:
- There will only be 178 homes in the community
- Only 21 “bring your own builder” lots remain, but you have 3 years to commence construction on the lot
- Preferred builders are Toll Brothers & Riverside Homes, building on approximately 120 lots between them
- No CDD fees
- Variable club membership fees with no minimums
- Model homes ready in late January/early February, 2015
For more information or a tour of Atlantic Beach Country Club, contact us today.
Get online to reach the beach
Heading to the beach is just one of the great advantages of living here in northeast Florida. On any given day, you can head over to Jacksonville Beach, with its busy pier and boardwalk, or head south to St. Augustine beach.
But what if you’re looking for beach access a little more off the beaten path, or just a little closer to home? Well, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection has developed an interactive map to help you find a public beach access point, wherever you are in Florida. It’s an easy way to find your way to your local beach.
Here’s the URL: http://ca.dep.state.fl.us/mapdirect/?focus=coastalaccess
Personally, I’m partial to the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve access points (follow @GTMReserve on Twitter), due to the undeveloped nature of the beach in that area, but there are lots of other access points on the map I plan on checking out. I hope you will, too…