St. Johns County Northwest has becoming one of the premiere golf destinations in Florida offering a wide variety of upper range yet still affordable Golf & Country Club communities. Some of the featured communities are Cimarone Golf & CC, King & Bear, South Hampton, St Johns Golf & CC, and the World Golf Village. The St. Johns County Northwest area also offers a wide range of family oriented communities rich in amenities the whole family can enjoy such as community pools, water parks, and play areas. Some of the choice communities rich in family oriented amenities are Johns Creek, Stonehurst Plantation, and Julington Creek.
Cimarone Golf & CC offers a large selection of homes that are situated around its 18 hole golf course. Cimarone Golf & CC resides on 646 acres. The community is virtually built out, but offers a wonderful variety of existing homes that feature golf course, lake, and wooded preserve views.
South Hampton features a new Mark McCumber 18 hole golf course with homes along nearly every hole. South Hampton provides exquisite homes in a lush golf setting, and is located in an area that offers good schools, and plenty of family recreational opportunities.
The World Golf Village is a major golf destination in Northeast Florida and offers unique blend of homes and condominiums along two golf courses the King & Bear, and the Slammer & Squire. The site of the World Golf Hall Of Fame, the World Golf Village is a complete community in itself with shops, hotels and restaurants. The World Golf Village spans nearly 10 square miles, and will be the home to nearly 7,200 residential homes, condominiums and town homes.
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