It’s hard to imagine a better destination to showcase coastal modern architecture than in Northeast Florida’s master planned community of Nocatee. Nocatee is the epitome of coastal modern living, with its laid-back atmosphere and casual elegance. Known as one of the most desirable suburban destinations in Florida, Nocatee’s architecture is, to some degree, responsible for why so many people can’t wait to call the community home.
Coastal modern style is derived from a blend of two pillars of architectural design: traditional coastal and modern architecture. One of the most defining traits of coastal modern style is that it considers the space that surrounds it, prioritizing natural elements and incorporating them into the design. Nocatee is surrounded by acres upon acres of natural preserves, and the coastal modern homes that make up the community pay special reverence to its natural beauty. A drive through these Nocatee neighborhoods is sure to showcase homes that feature neutral tones, minimalist and sleek style, open plan design, and a clear sense of place.
A brand new neighborhood made up of single-family homes, Palmetto Cove offers spacious home sites within an exclusive enclave right at the center of the Nocatee community. Palmetto Cove’s coastal modern homes feature expansive gourmet kitchens amidst open floor plans with careful attention to the blending of indoor and outdoor living. The neighborhood is surrounded by a verdant nature preserve, and is located very close by to the Nocatee Town Center. Each home site features a view of either a lake or the preserve, making nature’s beauty a focal point. Homes at Palmetto Cove feature four and five bedrooms, ranging in size between just shy of 3,000 square feet to more than 4,000 square feet. Home prices start in the low $800s and go up to the low $1M for larger homes.
Palm Crest at Seabrook
Made up of approximately 100 home sites, Palm Crest at Seabrook is one of the newest neighborhoods to be part of the Nocatee community. Palm Crest is one of the best locations in all in Nocatee, as it’s within walking distance from the latest Nocatee amenity center, Seabrook Park. The neighborhood offers nearly two dozen floor plans from which new residents can choose, and these one and two-story coastal modern gems range between three and five bedrooms, two to three and a half bathrooms and two and three car garages. Homes range in size, falling anywhere between 2,469 square feet and 3,296 square feet. Those considering buying a home at Palm Crest at Seabrook can expect to pay prices starting in the mid $600s, with some larger homes asking as much as the mid $800s.
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One of Nocatee’s many new neighborhoods made up of coastal modern single-family homes, Seabrook Village offers residents the ideal place to call home in the epicenter of Ponte Vedra. Homes feature large, open floor plans and incorporate natural materials, like wood floors, and neutral tones to create a relaxed, contemporary place to feel cozy and settled only a short distance from beaches and the bustling cities of Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Residents can choose from countless designer options to fully customize and personalize their homes. Homes are available in one and two-story layouts and feature three to five bedrooms and two-car garages. Homes at Seabrook Village range in size between 2,100 square feet to nearly 3,000 square feet, and prices span anywhere between the high $500s up to the low $900s.
Coastal Oaks at Nocatee
As the name might suggest, Coastal Oaks is the definition of coastal modern style. The upscale gated community is home to 900 luxury single-family residences, village-style residences, and townhomes, all of which reflect the signatures of coastal modern architecture and design. Residents have access to the wide assortment of amenities that Nocatee has to offer, including the brand new Seabrook Park. Homes within the Coastal Oaks neighborhood vary in size, ranging between 2,089 and 5,084 square feet with three to six bedrooms and up to seven bathrooms. Home prices at Coastal Oaks range between the $600s and nearly $2M, depending on the size and layout of the home.
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