Final Chance to Build at the Floridian Enclave near Amelia IslandPosted on 6.8.2018
The Floridian Enclave, a luxurious gated community near Amelia Island, is close to being built-out with few homesites remaining.
“The Floridian Enclave is a private community with a gated entrance that is tailored to those who desire an elegant, yet relaxed lifestyle,” says Linda Semanik, Vice-President of Sales at SEDA New Homes. “It has been very popular with empty-nesters looking to down-size yet remain in a single family home with luxurious features. We expect these remaining homesites to sell quickly.”
Ideally located by prestigious Amelia Island and historic Fernandina Beach, the community was designed to allow residents more time to enjoy all that Florida living has to offer. Maintenance free yards give homeowners the freedom to travel on their own schedule, or simply the ability to enjoy their weekends.
“At the Floridian Enclave, we focus on easy and luxurious living,” says Semanik. “The landscape and lawn maintenance are provided by the HOA, as well as the yard irrigation water, fertilization and lawn pest control.”
The Floridian Enclave was designed as a one-of-a-kind community limited to only 53 picturesque lakefront or scenic preserve homesites.
The homes feature architectural elements that showcase a coastal flair including welcoming front porches and metal roof accents.
The homes’ interiors boast features usually found in more expensive custom homes such as gourmet kitchens with expansive islands that are open to the family room and lanai. Fine interior details, reminiscent of times gone by, are included such as intricate window trim and gorgeous owners’ suites and baths that rival the most exquisite resorts. These specially designed floor plans also include extra wide halls and doors for easy mobility.
Homes in the Floridian Enclave begin in the low $300’s.
The SEDA model home, the Suwannee, features 2,395 sq. ft. of lavish living space. This well-designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath home includes a gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, oven wall tower, 36” cooktop with hood and an impressive kitchen island that has ample room to seat five.
Other features of this home that buyers will love include a cozy front porch, a well-appointed owner’s suite and bath with walk-in shower, and an open floor plan that creates a great space for indoor/outdoor entertaining.
“Without lawn maintenance, Floridian Enclave homeowners have time to get out and enjoy all that Florida living has to offer,” says Semanik.
If exploration is your idea of fun, there are numerous opportunities to explore the scenic and natural coast of Northeast Florida. Homeowners will love spending their day strolling along the miles of beaches at Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach, or walking all of the historic and undisturbed state parks that are plentiful in Northeast Florida, such as Fort Clinch State Park and Big Talbot Island and Little Talbot Island State Parks.
For those drawn to the water, Northeast Florida is perfect 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 or sailing have quick and convenient access to the Atlantic Ocean.
If golf is your game, there are many challenging and picturesque courses located throughout the area.
“The community is also convenient to neighborhood shopping, including large national retailers, grocery stores and home improvement stores,” says Semanik. “The Jacksonville International Airport, the River City Marketplace Mall, Kings Bay Georgia and downtown Jacksonville are also an easy commute via I-95.”
In addition to the Floridian Enclave, SEDA is also building in other Nassau County communities, as well as communities located throughout Duval, Clay and St Johns counties.
If you own property, SEDA is one of the few builders who has a “Build on Your Lot” Division dedicated to building one of their floor plans on a personally owned lot.
“For over 36 years, SEDA New Homes has made a commitment to customer satisfaction and to making the experience of purchasing a new home a great one for our customers,” says Semanik. “By striving to be the best, we have grown to be the largest locally owned home builder in Nassau County, Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island.”
SEDA New Homes was also voted the Best Local Home Builder by Bold City Best in both 2016 and 2017.
For more information on homes in the Floridian Enclave, contact Dave Hagel or Alex Randall at (904) 696-3483, or visit the model center located at 85021 Floridian Dr., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. To get to the model from Jacksonville, take I-95 North to Exit 373 Fernandina Beach/Callahan, go East on State Road 200/FL A1A approximately 6 miles, turn right on Amelia Concourse and the Floridian Enclave will be about a mile south on the left.
For more information about all of SEDA’s communities, floor plans or virtual tours, visit SEDA’s website at www.SEDAnewhomes.com.