Home to the PGA Tour, The Players Championship and thousands of families looking to soak in the beach resort lifestyle, Ponte Vedra offers a mix of upscale neighborhoods all within reach of downtown Jacksonville or historic St. Augustine.
Luxury condos and stately single-family homes provide a beautiful inventory of homes for buyers to choose from, with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and a long list of amenities and attractions. The community includes some of area’s top public and private schools, as well as a robust selection of boutiques and restaurants. The area also features the Guana Tolomato Matanzas Estuarine National Research Reserve (GTMNERR), an Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal habitat that includes 60,000 acres of beaches, sand dunes, salt marshes, oyster bars, mangroves and many other natural treasures.
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Elegant coastal community with an active agenda that includes activities like golfing, horseback riding and tennis
Above Average. Many homes are located within gated country clubs and may require a membership fee.
You crave an active lifestyle that mixes nature attractions with plush perks.
You want to live and play on a limited budget.
Easy access to the beach and plenty of amenities thanks to a high concentration of country clubs.
The Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean
Butler Boulevard Interchange with A1A to Vilano Beach
You’ll find fresh oysters, local seafood and at this fish camp – all with a great view of boats cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway. It may be a slight drive down Roscoe, but with the same owners as the fine-dining spot Marker 32, Palm Valley Fish Camp gives a fresh take on Southern-style and classics such as fried green tomatoes, spicy Mayport shrimp and grits, and low-country boils.
Chefs David and Matthew Medure are serving one of the best fine dining experiences on the First Coast, with nods to cuisines across the world. Besides enjoying dinner in the dining room, the restaurant’s lounge is a great happy hour spot to enjoy small plates including baked brie and Ahi Tuna tacos along with handcrafted cocktails including the Dragon Fire Mojito and Lemon Blossom.
Pusser’s signature drink, the Painkiller, is always poured with a heavy hand and is the perfect answer to wanting a slice of the tropics. Happy hours on the upstairs outdoor deck come with live reggae music, great drink deals and Caribbean-inspired menu items like Firecracker shrimp and fish tacos.
Home to one of the most famous holes in professional golf – the “island” 17th hole – TPC Sawgrass is a challenging course filled with novice and professional golfers alike. Take a swing at completing a round of golf, then head over to the Nineteen at the clubhouse for a round of happy hour drinks and a great view of #18.
A dog (and horse) -friendly beach, this local favorite is less crowded than the beaches to the north, and void of any overwhelming tourist traps. Beach-goers, fishermen and surfers alike love visiting, and the nearby showers and bathrooms help make this a go-to spot for many local’s beach rotations.
For some of the freshest meats in town you have to stop by the New York Butcher Shoppe. Beautifully cut prime steaks, freshly made sausage, and other fine meats as well as homemade pastas, fresh seafood and a selection of Boars Head deli meat. For a quick dinner, pick up some of their pre-made dishes such as chicken Cordon Bleu rolls.
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