The Starr Home Search Team
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Neighborhood and Area Searches and Information
Duval, Clay and St. Johns Counties are known for some of the best master-planned communities and neighborhoods featuring resort style amenities and conveniently placed in areas with everything you could need just minutes from your door. Here are a few of the most popular. If you would like information on a community that you do not see listed here, please let us know and we are happy to add it or send you some information. Upon request, we can also set up a search specifically tailored to your criteria, or even give you access to set up your own searches. Contact us for more information.
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Clay County is an appealing area nestled along the banks of the majestic St. Johns River in Northeast Florida. Rivers, creeks and lakes comprise 46 square miles of the county. Clay County is within easy driving distance of Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Orlando and Gainesville, affording residents numerous cultural, educational and recreational opportunities. Located in one of the nation’s fastest growing regions, Clay County can be reached in thirty minutes from the Jacksonville International Airport, twenty minutes from downtown Jacksonville and ten minutes from NAS JAX naval air station.
Clay County offers something for everyone and is a haven for those who love nature and the outdoors whether you hike, ride, row, ride, sail or swing a golf club! The county has magnificent professionally designed golf courses, numerous parks, boat ramps, walking & bicycling trails and historic sites. Clay County schools are top rated and there are numerous universities, technical institutions and business colleges within easy driving distance.
Encompassing Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Middleburg and Orange Park, Clay County offers an unsurpassed quality of life and unlimited opportunity for business development. From its pristine fresh water lakes and rivers to its pine forest interior, Clay County is naturally beautiful. Community organized sports and family activities are an integral part of the community.
Clay County - great schools, shopping, and restaurants with go anywhere in minutes convenience.
St. Johns County has been home to smart, sustainable development for hundreds of years — and it’s easy to see why. Quality of life in St. Johns County is unmatched. The region offers a rare combination of ingredients that inspires corporate and residential neighbors alike. The county’s coastal communities of St. Augustine Beach and Ponte Vedra Beach are natural playgrounds for residents and are among the most pristine in Florida. St. Johns County truly represents a collection of all that is important to people: a city with global appeal, inspiring climate, progressive commercial growth, top-rated schools, an abundance of recreational opportunities, diverse industry, rising incomes and a safe, small-town feel.
St. Johns County has been hosting newcomers and guests for hundreds of years. With the lowest sales tax rates in the region, local economic development incentives, expedited permitting, and outstanding community services, your company is sure to prosper — quickly. Strategically situated, St. Johns County benefits from the resources of the entire Northeast Florida region. St. Johns County’s outstanding transportation network makes it a favorable business location. Interstate, rail, air and port access are available. A competitive selection of industrial and office parks is available, along with major development sites.
Duval County has something to offer everyone, from miles of un-crowded beaches, world-class golf courses, historic sites, professional sporting venues, affordable high quality housing, recreational opportunities, and short commutes. It’s easy to see why so many people are moving to the Jacksonville area each year. Downtown Jacksonville is located directly on the water with a beautiful shimmering skyline, making evening entertainment, restaurants, and special venues more exciting.
One of Jacksonville's many natural assets is one of the largest urban park systems in the country. The active and passive parks and preservation lands are a key part of Jacksonville's quality of life. So are the miles of beaches and waterways, a major symphony orchestra, a sports and entertainment complex downtown and a myriad of special events that the city hosts each year. The home of the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars, the city welcomed its first Super Bowl in 2005.
With a growing population, a strong economy, diverse cultural and recreational opportunities, and abundant natural resources, Jacksonville continues to distinguish itself as one of the nation's most dynamic and progressive cities.