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A wide range of housing to suit every taste and budget is available in Nocatee. Each Nocatee neighborhood has its own individual look and feel. For example, Coastal Oaks by Toll Brothers is a gated community featuring luxury single-family estate homes, neo-traditional homes, townhomes, and village homes.
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In contrast, the neighborhood of Tidewater offers condominiums, which are only steps from the vibrant Town Center and Aquatic Park. Riverwood addresses the needs of active adults. Residents 55 and “better” can choose from condominiums, carriage homes, and single-family homes, all designed by Del Webb.
In addition to residential housing, when completed, the town will have hotel services, retail locations, a town center, over 270 acres of parks, extensive greenways, bike paths, and new schools. Upon completion in approximately 2030, Nocatee will include over 14,000 homes with an estimated 35,000 residents in a series of neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has a park, and many include ball fields, tot lots, playgrounds, and picnic areas. Also, community parks will feature athletic fields, an aquatics park, playgrounds, tennis facilities, and basketball courts. All residents will have access to Community Park and Splash Water Park.
Schools in Nocatee
Due to population growth, school district zoning is subject to change. Some neighborhoods in Nocatee are in the Duval County School System while some are zoned for St. Johns County Schools. Infrastructure plans for Nocatee include locations for six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. For more details regarding school ratings or additional school information, please visit the GreatSchools website.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some questions we get asked a lot about this community.
If you are new to the area and have questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We would be glad to help.Contact the Lisa Barton Team