Welcome to Your New Home in Yulee
The town of Yulee, Florida, is situated in Nassau County, an area of Northeast Florida known for its natural beauty, uncrowded beaches, and rich history. Whether you’re just beginning your search for new construction in Yulee or Nassau County, or simply want to know more about this peaceful, scenic area, here’s what you need to know.
Are you and your family ready to get away from it all? If so, you’ve found your dream community at The Hideaway. Just minutes from Fernandina Beach, Jacksonville, and Kingsland, Georgia, The Hideaway is an easy commute to work. When your workday is done, come home and relax! You can enjoy a day by the sparkling community pool, grab your fishing pole for an afternoon at one of the neighborhood’s spring-fed lakes, or bring your kids to the playground.
HOA fees are low, and there’s no CDD fees. Hideaway offers affordably priced new homes, with exceptional floor plans from about 1,600 to more than 2,800 square feet in one- and two-story homes. Don’t miss your chance to live in The Hideaway—it’s a must-see for anyone looking for new homes for sale in Yulee.
Living in Yulee, FL.
Individuals, families, and retirees come to Yulee for its small-town feel as well as its proximity to the benefits that modern life offers. Families in Yulee especially like Nassau County’s outstanding public school system, which was one of the state’s first to achieve district-wide accreditation, as well as the many kid-friendly options for fun and entertainment.
Life in Nassau County truly lets you have it all, with easy access to work and attractions in these towns, cities and communities:
Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach
The beautiful barrier island of Amelia Island and historic city of Fernandina Beach are one of Northeast Florida’s most popular attractions. Although day-to-day life is uncrowded and unhurried, more than half a million visitors come here every year. More than 13 miles of white beaches are one of the main attractions, as are the many waterways that offer endless options to get out and enjoy fishing, kayaking, sailing and much more.
The island and Fernandina Beach are steeped in history. Native Americans first settled here more than a thousand years ago and stayed for 700 years. They were followed by the French, Spanish and others, who—along with six other countries—flew their flags at one time or another over Fernandina Beach. Over the next 200 years, the area was the site of everything from a bustling seaport to some of the first luxury resorts in all of Florida.
Today, Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach are known for their many attractions, including the annual Isle of Eight Flags shrimp and art festival; museums and historical sites that are open for tours; nature and jazz festivals; and other well-known events. Residents enjoy myriad choices in dining, shopping, art galleries, local performances and the can’t-miss gathering of rare and vintage vehicles at the annual Concours d’Elegance.
A Sunday drive through the Callahan countryside takes you through beautiful pastures and meadows. Residents enjoy an easy pace of living and are proud of their long family histories dating back to when David Yulee created the Florida Railroad. Today, the exciting new Crawford Diamond Industrial Park is being developed, and is expected to be one of the state’s top industrial sites, attracting major employers to the entire Nassau County area.
This charming town is a blend of large family estates and homes on expansive private acreage. Named for Confederate officer Walter Hilliard and founded in 1881, Hilliard is approximately 30 miles from Amelia Island and is the second most-populous town in the country. Yulee residents can easily take advantage of the family-friendly activities in and around Hilliard, including farm-related fun such as horseback and hay rides.
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As one of the leading custom home builders in Nassau County, SEDA New Homes gives you your choice of brand-new Yulee houses that you’ll want to make your forever home. Contact us to learn more about The Hideaway today.