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Benefits to Living on the Intracoastal Waterway

When searching for new homes in Ponte Vedra Beach FL, look no further than River Landing at Twenty Mile in Nocatee. This exclusive, gated community, located in what Newsweek magazine calls the Best Place to Live in Florida, features custom homes located on the wetland preserve and Intracoastal Waterway in Ponte Vedra. Residents of this outstanding community also have access to the private community boat dock and park. This means that you’ll get the most out of living along the Intracoastal Waterway, no matter which lot you choose.

If you’re unfamiliar with the Intracoastal Waterway, it’s an impressive 3,000-mile inland waterway  that runs all along the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts of the United States. It starts in Massachusetts and runs south along the Atlantic Seaboard, rounding the southern tip of Florida and then following the Gulf Coast to Brownsville, Texas. It has served as a convenient and safe way of transporting goods without the risk of heading into the ocean, where travel is more dangerous. Yet it is also a popular place for people living along the coast to enjoy boating, water sports, fishing, beaches, and more.

While many of the waterfront homes at River Landing have sold, there are still some lots available. This means you can have your own dock and enjoy a day of sailing whenever you want, with your boat right there in your backyard for easy access. Even for those who choose the wetland preserve lots, the community dock will let you enjoy getting out on the water, as well.

Of course, there are other ways to enjoy the waterway. Whether it’s jet skis, paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, or slightly larger one-person dinghies and Sunfish sunboats, there are plenty of water activities to enjoy, not to mention skiing and fishing.

In fact, many people take advantage of the chance to catch their own seafood for a delicious meal, whether it’s with a rod and reel, or buckets for crabs and clams. Even if you don’t catch your own seafood, you can dine out on your patio and enjoy everything from breakfast to dinner with a beautiful view.

After all, when you choose one of the lots at River Landing, you get a view across the water of Ponte Vedra Beach. Plus, you will find that all of the estate residences are nestled within a natural showcase of parks, split-rail fences, old-growth trees lining the streets, and the architectural charm of Glenn Layton Homes’ coastal homes, inspired by historic Florida architecture. There’s also the surrounding beauty of the wetlands preserve. When you live along the Intracoastal Waterway, you’ll always have a good view.

River Landing is a unique neighborhood within the greater community of Nocatee. That means you have the pleasure of enjoying life along the Intracoastal Waterway, the private community park and boat dock, as well as access to all of the perks of living at Nocatee, including Splash Water Park, the famous Nocatee Farmers Market, and miles of beautiful nature trails, to name just a few. If living along the water, especially the charming and historic Intracoastal Waterway, is one of your dreams, contact us today to help make your dream a reality, with the added bonus of one of our custom coastal new homes in Ponte Vedra Beach FL. Don’t miss out on this limited opportunity.

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