Nocatee announces newest collection of neighborhoods


There seems there’s no slowing down the growth of Nocatee.

The PARC Group unveiled plans for the Crosswater at Nocatee, a collection of neighborhoods that will add more than 400 new homes to the popular master-planned community in St. Johns County.

“Since breaking ground on Nocatee in 2005, we have continued to open new neighborhoods to meet the growing demand for new homes,” said Kelly Ray of The PARC Group. “The opening of Crosswater is a continuation of the Nocatee vision.”

Crosswater at Nocatee will feature three neighborhoods: Heritage Trace (188 home sites), Freedom Landing (106 home sites) and Liberty Cove (138 home sites). The PARC Group says the homes in this neighborhood will boast “Americana” style features, including tree-lined streets, white picket fences and large front porches. But there will also be variety to offer homeowners some flexibility based on their needs.

“The three neighborhoods will share the same style and theme, but the size and price of homes will differ by neighborhood, giving buyers the opportunity to choose the neighborhood that best meets their own desires,” Ray said.

The cost of the homes will start in the high $200s and range from 1,300 to 3,200 square feet. The homes will range in price depending on home size, lot size and builder. Homebuilders include CalAtlantic Homes, David Weekley Homes, Providence Homes, ICI Homes and Riverside Homes, a first-time builder in Nocatee. Sales of the homes will start in September, and model homes will be open in January 2018. Construction of the model homes will begin in the next 60 days, and pre-sold homes will be ready for move-in sometime next year.

The neighborhoods will be located off Crosswater Parkway, just south of the Nocatee Splash Water Park and the Nocatee Spray Park. There will be variety of home sites with varying-sized lots, and many homes will back up to a nature preserve or lake.

In 2016, Nocatee was ranked as the nation’s third best-selling community for the third consecutive year, according to real estate advisory firm RCLCO, and Ray said the Crosswater at Nocatee neighborhoods were a part of the community’s long-range development plan.

“This area of Nocatee has always been planned for residential neighborhoods,” said Ray. “A benefit of building a home in a master-planned community is that the residents can have confidence in the sustainability of the master plan.”

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