Seven Pines’ Location is Tops in Southeast Jacksonville
Buyers searching for a new Florida home in Jacksonville have a rare opportunity.
Seven Pines is a new master-planned community sited southeast of the city and we don’t want you to miss it.
It’s taking shape on land that’s been stewarded by the same family for generations, so you know it’s special. While you wait for the community to open — we’re working hard, we promise! — we’re sharing seven reasons to buy or build here.
In our previous installments, we described why building a new life at Seven Pines will be worth the wait, then how living here can help you connect, or reconnect, with loves ones.
Location is the third reason to buy or build at Seven Pines. Not only will new residents live in a peaceful, unique setting, they’ll also have shopping, services, entertainment and recreational offerings only minutes away.
Read on for more about Seven Pines’ superb location.
Where Seven Pines is
Location is critical in today’s robust residential housing market. Traffic, A+ schools and all-around convenience factor heavily in most home buyers’ decisions, and communities that deliver great location stand out amid the demand.
You want what you need within easy reach, and you’ll have it at Seven Pines.
The community is tucked on the southeast side of the intersection of Interstate 295 and Butler Boulevard. I-295 is Jacksonville’s beltway, which can take you anywhere in metro Jacksonville. Head east a few miles on Butler Boulevard to Atlantic beaches. Take it west a few miles to access Interstate 95, Florida’s main north-south artery.
How easy is that?
Seven Pines will have amazing amenities — residents won’t lack for things to do.
It’s sizable, with 1,600 single-family homes upon completion, apartments, and more than a million square feet of retail and commercial space.
A 34-acre Central Park will function as the hub of Seven Pines. Here you’ll find an expansive lake, two miles of trails that encircle it, and a 7,900-square-foot Residents Club that contains a fitness center. All sorts of recreational options will be in play, but when you’re ready to venture from your home turf, you only have to cross the street!
Head west on Butler Boulevard and under the I-295 overpass. This puts you on the southern fringe of St. Johns Town Center, Jacksonville’s premier shopping and dining district.
Have college-age kids or any soon-to-be in your household? The University of North Florida is directly north of Seven Pines, across Butler Boulevard.
Why Seven Pines is unique
Seven Pines is coming to life on acreage from Jacksonville’s longtime-resident Skinner family.
The community is a collaboration between ICI Homes and Houston-based David Weekley Homes. It’s being built with the Skinner family’s vision in mind, and its name pays homage to the family — Seven Pines for seven Skinner brothers!
Ready for your Seven Pines lifestyle?
Talk to Seven Pines here.