Welcome to Your New Home in Middleburg
If you’ve chosen to make Middleburg your home or considering it, it’s likely you were drawn to this area’s exceptional quality of life. There’s plenty of space in a peaceful setting here, but city life in Jacksonville is just a short drive away. Located in Clay County, Middleburg gives residents easy access to Orange Park and Green Cove Springs, the county seat. If you’re seeking a brand-new home in Middleburg, here’s what you need to know about one of North Florida’s best-kept secrets.
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You’ll love coming home to this beautiful community, with its three-acre outdoor amenity center that includes a community pool, playground, and a deck overlooking one of the community’s largest lakes. Your brand-new home in Middleburg at Linda Lakes provides convenient access to Argyle Forest Shopping Center, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, and Interstate 10. Middleburg is just 26 miles southwest of downtown Jacksonville and 15 miles northwest of Green Cove Springs.
Homesites are situated on a lakefront, park or conservation area, while floor plans are designed to let you enjoy your natural view. With pricing at Linda Lakes beginning in the $300s, low annual HOA dues, and no CDD fees, the community offers families a great opportunity to own a newly constructed home built with SEDA New Homes’ unequaled quality.
Enjoy a lifestyle that brings back leisurely gatherings on the front porch with family and neighbors, while still enjoying the best modern community amenities and features in your new home. Stop by our model center at 1615 Linda Lakes Lane in Middleburg or call 904-573-6026 for more information.
Living in Clay County, FL
Set in Northeast Florida, Clay County has a temperate climate, with just enough changes for residents to experience distinct seasons. The area has nearly 46 square miles of freshwater lakes and rivers, making it ideal for those who love getting out on the water to fish, boat, sail, or water ski. The county has several professionally designed golf courses, historic sites—including Middleburg’s historic district—miles of biking and walking trails, and more. It’s easy to find fun on the weekend, with festivals, rodeos, art shows often on the calendar. The Clay County Agricultural Fair draws residents and visitors from throughout North Florida as well.
In Middleburg, you’ll be near Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park, one of Florida’s first. Established in the 1920s, a steep ravine bisects the 2,000-acre park, which includes miles of winding roads through forests. The park offers cabin rentals on Little Lake Johnson (including nine cabins built by the craftsmen of the 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps), tent camping, picnic areas, and more. Spend a weekend hiking, birdwatching, canoeing, swimming, or bicycling along a paved trail. There’s even a seven-mile trail for equestrians that takes you through native scrub oak and longleaf pine forests.
Middleburg is also home to Jennings State Forest. Its nearly 24,000 acres offers horseback riding, wildlife viewing, swimming, canoeing, biking, hiking and more.
Your new home in Middleburg puts you close to even more options in these towns and cities:
The Town of Orange Park is known for attracting families seeking Clay County’s highly-rated school and an easy commute to Jacksonville and to NAS Jacksonville. In addition to shopping and dining choices, the town hosts annual festivals, such as the Orange Park Fall Festival in Town Hall Park. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the many private and public golf courses throughout the area. Orange Park maintains its small-town atmosphere while still enjoying economic growth and opportunity.
Green Cove Springs
The St. Johns River is the heart of this scenic “Old Florida” town, which is aptly named for its green spaces, clear springs, and the shelter on the west bank of the river that provides a cove for boaters. More than a century ago, visitors came for the natural mineral springs and grand hotels; today, they come (and stay) for the freshwater fishing, moss-draped oaks surrounding historical buildings and churches, and the slower pace of country living.
The founder of JC Penney bought more than 100,000 acres nearly 100 years ago to help new farmers learn how to establish their own farms. With the onset of the Great Depression in the following year, James Cash Penney had to change courses, and the site became a retirement community for pastors. Now, hundreds of retirees live in the community’s classic old bungalows while staying active through volunteerism throughout Clay County.
Schedule your Linda Lakes tour today.
We invite you to come see everything the Linda Lakes community has to offer, from its acres of parks and green space and fully stocked lakes, to its playground and pooch park.