Best St. Augustine Waterfront Condos

One of the main reasons home buyers and investors alike love St. Augustine is because of the gorgeous waterfront views and proximity to the ocean. St. Augustine is not only the oldest city in the United States, but it is also home to some of the most stunning beaches in the country, including St. Augustine Beach and the serene Crescent Beach. So for those looking to embrace the oceanfront views and beach-inspired lifestyle, it’s hard to imagine a better place for buying a condo than in one of St. Augustine’s gorgeous waterfront condo communities.

Colony Reef Club

If you’re searching for the perfect St. Augustine setting with a view of the Atlantic Ocean, you don’t need to look any further than Colony Reef Club. Colony Reef Club lies in a perfect…

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St. Augustine Condo Communities With Best Amenities

Whether you're moving to St. Augustine full-time or looking for a lucrative vacation rental, condo buyers are often looking for more than just easy access to the beach when choosing the right condo community or investment property. For many buyers, the amenities available for you or future guests to enjoy is as important, if not more so, than proximity to the beach. While it’s easy to travel from just about any condo community to the beach no matter where you buy, it's important to remember that amenities can only be accessed by owning within a specific condo community.

Four Winds

Once closing on your Four Winds condo, you might actually have trouble deciding which amenities to enjoy first! Four Winds condos provide access to the gorgeous local…

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Best School Districts Jacksonville FL

For many families with young children who are relocating to the Jacksonville area, the quality of the nearby school districts are often among the most important criteria when choosing a neighborhood. Luckily, Jacksonville is home to several top-rated school districts, and students of all ages have the opportunity to receive an excellent public school education. Jacksonville area school districts prioritize not only academics, but extracurricular activities like sports, clubs, and the arts. 

St. Johns County School District

St. Johns County School District is located in St. Augustine, and is rated the number one best school district in the state of Florida. The district services students in grades kindergarten through twelve through twenty-eight…

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Best Jacksonville Elementary Schoos

When choosing a city, town, or neighborhood to call home, one of the most important factors for many residents is the quality of the schools. Schools play a significant role in determining the value of a property, so even people who do not have and do not plan to have children will want to know about the local school district before purchasing a home. Elementary schools in particular are important to young families moving into a new area for the first time, which is why we've highlighted just some of the top ones in Jacksonville below.

John Stockton Elementary School

4827 Carlisle Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32210 | Website

John Stockton Elementary School is perhaps one of the most acclaimed in the Jacksonville area, and is ranked #53 in Florida…

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St. Augustine Condos With Direct Beach Access

Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States and also happens to be one of the most sought-after destinations for those seeking a new home in Florida. Located on the northeast coast, St. Augustine is known for its stunningly beautiful beaches and Spanish colonial architecture.

The city offers an assortment of warm, welcoming condo communities many of which have easy access to the many Atlantic Ocean beaches that St. Augustine has to offer. 

Colony Reef Club

Located only a short drive from historic downtown St. Augustine, Colony Reef Club is an oceanfront condominium community that offers residents stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Colony Reef lies between two of St. Augustine’s most sought-after beaches, Crescent…

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