Welcome to Your New Home in North Jacksonville
Jacksonville’s Northside offers homebuyers a unique opportunity to live adjacent to beautiful marshes and expansive woodlands, yet have all of the conveniences of city living just minutes away.
Scenic One-Acre Homesites
A peaceful escape awaits you at Edwards Creek Estates. This exquisite Northside community features one-acre homesites nestled in one of the areas most picturesque and natural settings. Our collection of coastal homes showcase specially designed floorplans that boast luxurious features and attractive architectural elements.
Residents will enjoy listening to the afternoon breezes whistle through the tree tops in this private community that has only 18 one-acre homesites.
Explore the scenic and natural coast of North Jacksonville.
Scenic marshes. Majestic oaks and towering pines. Quiet and peaceful living. These words describe one of Jacksonville’s best kept secrets – the Northside.
Homeowners will enjoy living just 6 miles from Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park, which has an abundance of wildlife and offers multi-use trails for equestrians, hikers and off-road bicyclists as well as a canoe/kayak launch accessible by a 500-foot portage to the marshes.
The community is also convenient to William F. Sheffield Regional Park located just 5 miles away. Plans for this 385-acre park include soccer fields, baseball and softball facilities, a community center and pool, skateboard park and nature trails.
For those drawn to the water, the Northside is a mecca for boating and fishing enthusiasts. Kayaking is one way residents can explore the many marshes and tributaries of the Intracoastal Waterway. Those who enjoy offshore fishing can launch their boat at Timucuan Boat Ramp or Cedar Point Boat Ramp located just 7 miles away.
Cedar Point is part of a larger area known as the 7 Creeks Recreation Area which collectively encompasses over 5,600 acres of contiguous conservation lands that also includes Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park, Betz-Tiger Point Preserve, Cedar Point Preserve, Bogey Creek Preserve and Jim Wingate Preserve.