Another exciting school year is upon us, and the residents of the SEDA New Homes community of Flora Parke celebrated.
On Saturday, August 27th, SEDA New Homes hosted an “Ice Cream Social” at the Flora Parke model home.
“The kids were so excited,” says SEDA sales agent Tara Hatton of Flora Parke. “And we were excited for them. It’s a great way for the community to come together, and for the children to meet other kids in the neighborhood that may also attend their school.”
SEDA New Homes is holding their “Dusty Shoe” Event today from noon until 5:30 p.m., to unveil their newest townhome building in Georgetown at the St Johns Town Center.
“This new building offers a prime location with luxurious features such as granite countertops in the kitchen and baths, tile in all of the wet areas, stainless steel appliances, washer, dryer and window blinds,” says Andrea Craig of SEDA New Homes. “These new units are available on a first come, first serve basis, and are sure to go quickly.”
All of the townhomes will be “Move-In Ready” with no extra costs after closing.
“The townhomes in Georgetown offer flexible layouts and luxurious features,” says Craig. “The units are spacious with 2,133 square feet and priced from $210,000.”
Residents of the SEDA New Homes community of Isle de Mai, located on Amelia Island, enjoyed their Annual Summer Splash held last Saturday.
“We have a great sense of community here at Isle de Mai,” says Tara Hatton of SEDA New Homes. “Homeowners came together to share food, fun and friendships. Everyone looks forward to this event.”
The event was held at the Isle de Mai community pool and cabana.
“In addition to gathering at the pool, our homeowners plan neighborhood outings and special events,” says Dawn Cronin of SEDA New Homes. “On July 4th, 47 homeowners enjoyed a day on the river aboard the Amelia River Cruise. Based on the positive response, we are anticipating 80 homeowners to cruise next year.”
SEDA is proud that their neighborhood brings people together to build a friendly community.
“When a buyer purchases a home in Isle de Mai, SEDA gives them a membership to the Beach Club at Amelia,” says Heather Dunwoody of SEDA New Homes. “It’s another opportunity for our residents to meet and get to know one another.”
Crestwick South is a beautiful, treed community in the rapidly growing Northside of Jacksonville. It is convenient to schools and restaurants and located only 1.5 miles from the heart of the River City Market Place.
“With quick access to the Interstate and 9A, it offers easy access to all that Jacksonville has to offer,” says John Semanik of SEDA New Homes.
With only one entrance, many cul-de-sac streets and numerous preserve and lakefront lots, Crestwick South offers quaint, serene living at an affordable price.