Seven Pines Taking Shape on a Beautiful, Nurturing Landscape
When searching for a new Florida home, it’s tempting to prioritize a quick fit over a thoughtful choice, especially in today’s competitive residential housing market.
If you’re juggling these competing criteria, we promise that Seven Pines, one of the newest communities in Jacksonville, is worth the wait.
While we’re readying it for you to explore, we’re also counting down the seven reasons Seven Pines is a wonderful choice for your new Florida home.
In previous installments, reasons one, two and three were life, love and location, respectively.
Land is the fourth reason to build or buy in this special community. It’s a pristine tract southeast of Jacksonville where hundreds of new residents soon will come home to amazing natural beauty, amenities, and a location convenient to Atlantic beaches and all that the metro area offers.
Read on for more details.
Space to enjoy everything
Seven Pines is sited amid coastal forests thick with dark-green, namesake pines and other trees such as towering live oaks and palms. Glistening ponds and lakes teem with freshwater fishing possibilities, and the good news is that much of Seven Pines’ land will be conserved for future residents to enjoy.
At 1,000 acres, Seven Pines has room for thoughtfully designed homes and amenity facilities, and miles of walking paths and trails. The conservation areas also will remain an important home to local flora and fauna.
Did we mention convenience? We did, but it’s so important, we’re repeating ourselves.
You’ll find Seven Pines just southeast of the Interstate 295-Butler Boulevard intersection. The former is Jacksonville’s beltway, providing quick access to business, sports, cultural and artistic pursuits anywhere in the Jacksonville sphere. The latter will zip you a few miles east to any number of gorgeous, uncrowded Atlantic beaches.
Bonus: Butler Boulevard and I-295 both will take you directly to I-95, Florida’s main north-south traffic artery. Your choice, right at your neighborhood’s front door.
As befitting a beautiful setting, Seven Pines is designed with community connections and Florida’s outdoor lifestyle in mind.
Neighborhood streets are walkable and will be short strolls from Seven Pines’ village center. This includes every amenity you could want from today’s top master-planned communities, plus a 34-acre park that features a lake ringed by walking paths.
Expect new, contemporary residential building styles and floor plans. Seven Pines will contain 1,600 single-family homes, along with apartments. The convenience theme continues with more than one million square feet of future commercial and retail space.
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!
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