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We are a real estate
office found in Jacksonville Florida. We offer
traditional real estate services,
flat MLS options and
assist programs. You are welcome to search
our Jacksonville Florida real estate listings, the
MLS service provided and to
look at all the information we have gathered for our
visitors, home buyers and home sellers. We have included
Jacksonville, the city's
demographics, and a
with significant information on our city.
Let us take the time now
to let our readers know why many are moving,
relocating and buying homes in northeast Florida.
The north Florida
region, along the Atlantic coast, stretches for more
than 100 miles and includes St. Augustine,
Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beaches, Ponte Vedra
Beach and surrounding areas to the Georgia state
line. For many northern visitors it is the
gateway to Florida as they travel down I-95.
In a double play of words Duval county and
Jacksonville calls its beach area the "First Coast,"
because this area is a major point of entry into
Florida and Duval county claims the first European
settlement dating back to 1562.
It is the mild winters
with a touch of the four seasons and the economical
living that has led many to move into north Florida.
No region in Florida is more diverse or interesting
for home buyers seeking to move into the area.
As you specifically explore northeast Florida you will discover
the oldest city in the USA, St. Augustine, to a
modern metropolitan city, Jacksonville.
A quick drive will take
you from busy, urban Jacksonville to sleepy Live
Oak, to historic Fernandina Beach or St. Augustine,
to the beaches. The one thread common to all
this diversity are Florida's two natural beauties--
the Atlantic Ocean and the St. Johns River.
The Atlantic Ocean can be enjoyed from a done high
above the beach on Amelia Island, or Fernandina
Beach or Ponte Vedra Beach or Jacksonville Beach as
well. While the St. Johns River flows quietly
through country side or bustling city, from St.
Augustine to downtown Jacksonville.
From south to north
along the Atlantic Coast the counties and their most
popular cities includes St. Johns county with St.
Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach, Duval county with
Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach, and Nassau
county with Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island.
Inland counties and cities include Suwannee county
with Live Oak, Clay county with Orange Park,
Columbia county with Lake City and Alachua County
St. Johns county is the
center of Florida's "History Coast." St.
Augustine is the largest city in the county.
There is no city in the United States with more
history than St. Augustine. History in this
city dates back for 500 years. Ponce de Leon,
a Spanish explorer, landed on April 2, 1513 on what
would later become Ponte Vedra Beach. This
area was first colonized by the Spanish, then the
French and finally the English and all this
colonization started in the 15th century.
Duval county in 1967
consolidated with the city of Jacksonville making
Jacksonville 774 square miles and the largest city
in the United States in terms of land mass.
Jacksonville claims to the oldest European recorded
settlement in the USA. Another point of
interest, Jacksonville has the largest deepwater
port in the South Atlantic and is a leading port in
the U.S. for automobile imports.
Nassau county is at the
northeast corner of Florida. The first
cross-Florida rail way started in Amelia Island and
ended in the Gulf of Mexico. Fifty
blocks of downtown Fernandina Beach are listed
in the National Register of Historic Places.
Today, Nassau county is one of the most beautiful
and unspoiled coastal spots in Florida.