SEDA New Homes, one of Jacksonville’s largest locally owned home builders, is celebrating the grand opening of their newest gated community of Sandy Pointe Preserve in Fernandina.
“We are very excited about these coastal-inspired estate homes,” says Linda Semanik, Vice-President of Sales at SEDA New Homes. “These homes were specially designed for Sandy Pointe Preserve and boast luxurious features and architectural elements that showcase the distinction of living by one of Florida’s most renowned coastlines.”
Located just off Amelia Island, the community is west of the Intracoastal Waterway Bridge and only 5.1 miles from the ocean.
“This private community includes a gated entrance and large, 75’ estate-sized home sites nestled along expansive conservation areas and picturesque lakes,” says Semanik.
Phase one is comprised of 69 home sites, many of which are lakefront or cul-de-sac lots with prices starting in the $300’s and square footages that range from 2,494 sq. ft. to 3,057 sq. ft.
“This quaint community is very private, with only one way in and out of the community,” says Semanik. “At Sandy Pointe Preserve, buyers will enjoy luxurious living, with no CDD fees and low HOA dues,” says Semanik.
The SEDA model at Sandy Pointe Preserve is the Fitzgerald C, which is a thoughtfully designed 4- bedroom, 3 bath home with 2,832 sq. ft. of living space and a 3rd car garage. This plan features an open kitchen with a large island, a gorgeous coffered ceiling in the gathering room, and an expansive lanai. The owner’s suite has a dramatic step ceiling, a large walk-in closet and a well-appointed owner’s bath.
All homes in Sandy Pointe Preserve showcase elegant features such as extensive tile flooring, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and tile backsplash, paver driveway,
SEDA New Homes, one of Jacksonville’s largest locally owned and operated home builders, has recently unveiled their gorgeous amenity center in the gated community of Linda Lakes in Clay County.
“There are so many amenities in Linda Lakes that homeowners will enjoy coming home to,” says Linda Semanik, Vice-President of Sales at SEDA New Homes. “These amenities, such as the gated entrance, scenic lakefront community pool, and playground, add value for our homeowners, making Linda Lakes a unique buying opportunity in Clay County.”
Lakeside Park, the social center of the neighborhood, is a beautiful 3+ acre outdoor amenity center that includes a lakefront community pool, playground, and a spacious cabana perfect for enjoying the scenic deck that overlooks one of the community’s largest lakes. There is also a recreation field, offering a place to practice or play soccer, football or lacrosse without having to leave the community.
Homes in Linda Lakes start in the low $300’s with all lots backing up to a conservation area or lake.
“All home sites were carefully positioned along the many conservation areas and lakes so that our homebuyers can select from either a conservation, park or lakefront lot, offering privacy with no neighbors immediately behind you,” says Semanik.
Linda Lakes gives residents ample opportunities to get out and enjoy nature, with acres of designated parks and green space and four fully stocked lakes for fishing enthusiasts. The community also has designated space for four-legged family members to run and play at the community Pooch Park.
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.