Zero Community Development District (CDD) fees are associated with this new community, which is conveniently situated just a short drive away from the lively St. Augustine and its stunning beaches. This outstanding new development features floor plans from our highly sought-after Seasons™ Collection. With carefully curated interior finishes by designers, you can effortlessly customize your preferred floor plan, ensuring that your dream home stands out from the ordinary. Seasons at Verano residents will have access to scenic walking trails, a dog park, and a two-story gazebo—an ideal spot for taking in the views! Additionally, this community provides convenient proximity to popular shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, as well as easy access to I-95.
Pricing Starting From the $300s!
Historic Charm: St. Augustine is famous for its well-preserved historic district with cobblestone streets, colonial-era architecture, and centuries-old buildings. The city's European charm and history are captivating.
Castillo de San Marcos: This historic fort, constructed in the late 17th century, is a National Monument and one of the city's most iconic landmarks. It offers tours and reenactments.
St. George Street: St. George Street is a bustling pedestrian street in the historic district, lined with shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and street performers.
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park: This park features a spring that has been associated with the legendary Fountain of Youth. Visitors can explore historical exhibits and beautiful gardens.
Lightner Museum: Housed in a former hotel built by Henry Flagler, the Lightner Museum features an eclectic collection of Victorian-era artifacts, including glassware, musical instruments, and sculptures.
Flagler College: The campus of Flagler College is known for its Spanish Renaissance architecture, making it one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country. Visitors can take guided tours.
Anastasia State Park: Located on Anastasia Island, this park offers hiking trails, a beautiful beach, and opportunities for swimming, picnicking, birdwatching, and water sports.
Matanzas Inlet: This natural inlet is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and wildlife viewing. It's also an ideal place for watching sunsets.
Marineland Dolphin Adventure: Located just south of St. Augustine, this attraction allows visitors to interact with dolphins and learn about marine life conservation.
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum: Climb to the top of the historic lighthouse for panoramic views of the city and explore exhibits on maritime history.
Vilano Beach: A short drive from the historic district, Vilano Beach offers a quieter, more relaxed beach experience with restaurants and shops nearby.
Events and Festivals: St. Augustine hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Nights of Lights holiday display, the St. Augustine Food & Wine Festival, and the Gamble Rogers Music Festival.
Golf Courses: The area boasts several golf courses for enthusiasts to enjoy.
Cultural Arts: St. Augustine has a thriving arts community with galleries, theaters, and live music venues, including the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
Proximity to Jacksonville: St. Augustine is located near Jacksonville, providing access to major airports, healthcare facilities, and a wider range of amenities.