County Road 13 N, ST AUGUSTINE
MLS® # 1161137
Northwest St. Johns County
St. Johns and more specifically NW St. Johns County is one of the fastest growing communities in the country. Water sports, schools, athletics, etc gives everyone some reason to want to live here.
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MLS® # 1161137
MLS® # 1186603
MLS® # 1174705
MLS® # 1151280
MLS® # 1216636
MLS® # 1164321
MLS® # 1210401
MLS® # 1210399
MLS® # 1210285
MLS® # 1213759
MLS® # 1210016
MLS® # 1209846
Real estate in St. Johns county encompasses a diverse range of homes including waterfront properties, farmland, and even historic homes in St. Augustine. Properties in this area are often more affordable than similarly sized homes just north in Jacksonville due to St. John’s abundance of undeveloped land. With the rapid growth of the area, there are many newly built homes for sale. There are also plenty of opportunities to build your own dream home! Popular neighborhoods for families in St. Johns county are Julington Creek, Kensington, Nocatee, Walden Chase, Aberdeen and Durbin Crossing. These communities usually have lively recreation centers with sizable pools, playgrounds, wellness centers, and tennis courts. Residents also enjoy golf communities like World Golf Village and Ponte Vedra Beach which is home to The Players Championship, an annual golf tournament on the PGA tour.
Residents of St. Johns can visit Veterans Park for soccer fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, and even a dog park! A quick drive south will find you in St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city. Explore historic sights from the Castillo de San Marcos to the mythical fountain of youth, or stroll down St. George street and check out the fun shops and yummy eateries for the perfect day out. If a beach day is more your speed, St. Johns residents have easy access to beaches that stretch along A1A from St. Augustine Beach to Atlantic Beach. With close proximity to cities like Jacksonville and Daytona, residents have many options for major highways, events, and an international airport all under an hour’s drive.
Shoppers have plenty of options around St. Johns! From local boutiques to finding the best bargains at the St. Augustine Premium Outlets, St. Johns has the stores you’re looking for. The St. Johns Town Center will cater to all of your shopping needs - Costco, Nordstrom, The Cheesecake Factory, and many more!
Check out local restaurants like Woodpeckers Backyard Barbeque, Julington Creek Fish Camp, and Metro Diner! Whether you’re looking for something family-friendly or a nice place for a date night, St. Johns has eateries in every category. Other notable recommendations include:
For a fun activity for your friends (or a great way to meet new people) check out Painting With A Twist, located in Bartram Oaks Walk. Paint gorgeous canvases along with an instructor, to decorate your beautiful new home. The best part? It’s BYOB! If sipping isn’t your speed, check out Music By The Sea at St. John’s County Ocean Pier Park. This weekly concert series is free from 7 to 9pm on Wednesdays, May through September. It features a variety of music genres, and starting at 6pm, dinner is offered for $10 or less! On the first Friday of each month from 5 to 9pm, The Art Galleries of St. Augustine feature new exhibits, refreshments, and live music at more than 20 locations. The event is a free self-guided walking tour and is held rain or shine!
St. Johns County public schools offer an unmatched education, with some of the top schools in the state of Florida. There are also many private schools in the area including the world-renowned Bolles school in Mandarin. The county is home to 18 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 7 high schools, 6 academies, and 3 charter schools. Whichever community you choose to call home, St. Johns County will provide an excellent education!
Shopping for a new home in St. Johns can be an overwhelming experience. Finding the right house in the right neighborhood with the right look and feel at a price you can afford can feel like waiting for the stars to align. However, you definitely don't want to get into the wrong house and end up spending tens of thousands of dollars extra in repairs and upgrades. Make sure your new home ticks all the right boxes by following this home shopping checklist.
Even the best looking roofs in nice neighborhoods can have leaks hiding just beneath the surface. The slightest crack in your roof's shingles or the decking can cause a chink in your home's armor. Left unchecked, these slow roof leaks can cause some major water damage that can cost you thousands to fix. And while aesthetics are important, don't just eyeball the roof. Hire a full blown roofing company to do a proper inspection. They know about all of the common problem areas that could cause you trouble down the road. Most roofing companies will do an inspection for free, but even if you're out a couple hundred bucks, it's better than being out
There's more to your home's plumbing than the toilets. Your sinks, hot water heater, washing machine, outdoor spigots, bath tubs, and showers all tie into your home's plumbing system. The last thing you need after moving into your new home is your hot water heater flooding the house or the shower springing a leak. Even mold is a major health hazard that could make you or your family sick. Much like your roof, any major issues with the plumbing can be one of those nasty hidden costs that make your new home wreck your wallet. Take the time to hire a plumber to go cover all the bases and make sure you don't have any surprises.
This is going to be your new home. Light switches, door knobs, doors, anything and everything that can move needs to be checked. While everything doesn't have to work, it's good to know what you're getting into and you can even make a "to do list" for the sellers to complete before you're willing to sign. You even need to taste the water. Seriously! The house you're looking at could check all the boxes for being your dream home, but if the water smells, that's a deal breaker. Check everything!
Trying to heat or cool a house that doesn't have enough insulation in the attic is going to cost you an arm and a leg. All of that hot or cold air will just escape and leave you with a giant hole in your pocket. And that's not even counting how uncomfortable it is too! Poke your head in the attic to see how the insulation looks and if it's looking a little thin, add it to the list of things for the seller to do!
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Listing information last updated on April 2nd, 2023 at 8:32am EDT.