Ponte Vedra Beach –One of the hidden gems of the US real estate
People from all over are interested in setting up homes in Ponte Vedra, Florida, and The Volen Group, Keller Williams Luxury International, a top-notch real estate agent, can help you fulfill your dreams. The northeast beaches of Florida are most attractive and inhabited by various communities that create varying personalities.
Ponte Vedra has everything that one needs to raise a family. The area has excellent schools and universities besides providing good opportunities for business. The communities and local beach organizations ensure that the living quality meets the residents' expectations. The real estate agent will take you through a guided tour of Ponte Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, Jacksonville Beach, and Nocatee to gain a first-hand experience about the living standard and lifestyles.
- A place for prime homes
Jacksonville's Malibu is one of the hot destinations for those who want to enjoy luxury living, manifested by gated communities, golf courses, and country clubs. As the highest income county located in the outskirts of Florida, almost 300 miles North, on the Atlantic coast, Jacksonville is quickly becoming a suitable substitute for Palm Beach and Miami.
Viewing Ponte Vedra while driving down from the seaport city in the southeastern direction reveals little. Still, you need to look deeper to understand why locals call it Jacksonville's Malibu. As you turn off the road, you will be surprised at the incredible views that await you. The Oceanfront mansions overlooking a pristine white beach with 40 ft dunes are on one side, and on the other side, along the east coast's Intracoastal Waterway, are the country clubs and gated communities.
As you move off the beaten path, controlling your excitement of discovering a hidden gem will be hard.
- A golfer's paradise
Well known for its golf courses, Ponte Vedra is a prominent name among golf enthusiasts. Here you will find the famous TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course, the venue of the PGA Tour held in May every year. The favorite island green golf course attracts the world's top golfers to participate in the Players Championship. The weather is not as luxurious as in southern Florida, and the winter is cooler.
Besides golfers who make Ponte Vedra their home and are buyers of prime properties, other professionals such as attorneys, bankers, and other professionals are crowding at Jacksonville, which has become one of America's fastest-growing cities.
- A low-cost alternative to Manhattan
The financial companies are also moving to Jacksonville and boosting its blue-collar reputation. These companies prefer Jacksonville as a low-cost substitute for Manhattan. Deutsche Bank is now in the city because of shifting some of its operations here, and since 2013, the number of people working in the area's financial services has increased by 7%. Over 20,000 locals work for banks like Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and City Group. The local economy also receives support from defense and healthcare.
Sea-facing properties command a higher price, and despite being a low-lying area, the dangers of flooding are much less than in Florida's other danger zones.