Over at the Great Homes section of www.nytimes.com, they’ve posted another “What you get for…” article. This time, they’re looking at properties in the area of $335,000.
So, let’s take a virtual trip around the Jacksonville area and see what can be had for $335,000.
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
How Much: $325,000
Per Square Foot: $276.36
Setting: Jacksonville Beach is a laid back beach community just north of the tonier Ponte Vedra Beach and east of downtown Jacksonville. The area is home to lots of great restaurants and bars, and the Jacksonville Pier is a great spot for surfing or just hanging out on the beach.
Inside: Penthouse condo in the desirable Ocean 14 complex offers great views of the Atlantic. Newer kitchen has travertine countertops, GE Profile appliances, backsplash with glass tile inserts and more. Both bathrooms have been redone and master has Jacuzzi.
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
How Much: $329,900
Per Square Foot: $146.25
Setting: Sawmill Lakes is a popular Ponte Vedra Beach community of approximately 375 homes. Located just east of the Intracoastal Waterway, Sawmill Lakes offers residents easy access to the beach, as well as a quick commute to downtown Jacksonville or St. Augustine. Sawmill Lakes is also close to area schools. St. Johns County schools consistently rank among the best in the state.
Inside: This is a beautifully maintained home with granite countertops, ceramic tile & wood laminate floors and a Florida room overlooking the deck. Outdoor summer kitchen overlooks a preserve view…great place to relax and entertain.
How Much: $335,000
Per Square Foot: $109.83
Setting: San Marco is a diverse, vibrant community just south of downtown Jacksonville and north of the Mandarin area. Parts of the community are quite upscale, and The Square area is a destination for shopping and dining.
Inside: This unique property is a triplex with a 2 bedroom/1 bath apartment attached to the main house, and a separate 2/1 cottage with 900 s.f. behind the main house. The home features hardwood floors, a screened in porch, 2 fireplaces and updated electrical and plumbing.
These unique properties really showcase the diverse types of homes and lifestyles available on Florida’s First Coast. Until next time…
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