We pride ourselves in helping every family find a house that perfectly fits their needs. Serving the Northeast Florida Beaches starts from just north of Daytona Beach up to the border with Georgia and includes: Fernandia Beach, Jacksonville, Atlantic Beach, Flagler Beach, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, coastal towns and more.
There are more than 500 neighborhoods within the area of Jacksonville, Florida, the largest city in the contiguous United States by area. These include Downtown Jacksonville and surrounding neighborhoods. Additionally, greater Jacksonville is traditionally divided into several major sections with amorphous boundaries:
Northside, Westside, Southside, and Arlington, as well as the Jacksonville Beaches.
Start exploring these unique areas below!
Nocatee & St. Johns
Voted the number one neighborhood in the US in 2020, Nocatee is a rapidly growing community in St. John's County. With the renowned school system and new developments, Nocatee has become the most popular location for families, retirees, and luxury home owners.
St. Johns area outside of Nocatee has several new subdivisions appealing to a wide range of homeowners.
Intracoastal West & Southside Jacksonville
For those looking for waterfront property with potential ocean access via boat, Intracoastal West offers beautiful properties just a short distance from the Beaches.
Southside area is centrally located within the large city of Jacksonville and offers close access to restaurants, shopping at the St. John's Town Center, and easy access to downtown or the Beaches.
Fernandina Beach & Amelia Island
Starting in the far north, the beaches of the Jacksonville and Amelia Island area are rich in natural beauty and history as well.
Ten major beaches and State parks are found in and around Jacksonville. The city beaches at Jacksonville are the most populous, extending for sixty urban blocks. Amelia Island beaches are more uncluttered with natural beauty and trails for walking or bicycling. Big Talbot and Little Talbot Island are mostly secluded quieter beaches.
St Augustine area beaches are unspoiled and secluded. Historically they date back the exploration days of the Spanish conquistadores. Guana River State Park is 2400 acres of estuarine preserve with two public beaches. Anastasia Island with St Augustine’s Beach is only a few miles from St Augustine yet you can fish, hike, and stroll on the sand, as well as kayak or sail. Wide beaches and tidal marshes provide much of interest.