Atlantic Beach Real Estate
Atlantic Beach Real Estate
Atlantic Beach real estate is a hot market. The reinvention of Selva Marina Country Club into Atlantic Beach Country Club and its surrounding neighborhood brought Atlantic Beach to the forefront of many buyers minds. As Atlantic Beach Country Club real estate has been built out, the Atlantic Beach real estate market there has been going gangbusters.
Some of the desirable real estate is anything east of Sherry and Seminole due to its proximity to the beach. Driving through you’ll see new homes scattered amongst tear downs and charming beach cottages. Lot lines are smaller in Atlantic Beach compared to those in Ponte Vedra. The living is denser with a very neighborly and walkable feel. The Neptune Beach Town Center sits just between Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach, and it’s a great walking destination for residents.
For oceanfront homes or condos buyers will be looking at either Ocean Boulevard or Beach Avenue. The streets are narrow, quaint and quiet outside of the homeowners milling in the streets to go surfing or walking. For investment property, the deals east of Seminole Road are harder to find. However, west of Seminole is still up and coming as you start to hit Mayport Road with homes under $300,000 to be found.
Unlike Ponte Vedra real estate, there aren’t many defined neighborhoods in Atlantic Beach. The main neighborhoods are:
Atlantic Beach Country Club
Formerly Selva Marina Country Club, Atlantic Beach Country Club opened it’s doors transformed from it’s former stature in 2014. Members of this “casual country club” enjoy a spectacular 16,000 square foot clubhouse with both dining and banquet facilities. You can also take dining outdoors on the patio while overlooking the 18-hole golf course. Love sunsets? Then you will definitely enjoy the outdoor patio dining with fabulous sunset views. As an ABCC member you can also pop in on the social events as they are plentiful – including themed dinners, bunko, happy hours, pool parties, wine tasting, lawn parties, trivia night (who doesn’t love trivia?), holiday celebrations and live entertainment.
Atlantic Beach Elementary – https://dcps.duvalschools.org/abe
Neptune Beach Elementary – https://dcps.duvalschools.org/nbe
Middle School: Mayport Middle School – https://dcps.duvalschools.org/mayportmiddle
High School: Duncan U. Fletcher High – https://dcps.duvalschools.org/fhs
There are many private school options available including:
Fun facts about Atlantic Beach Country Club:
- Atlantic Beach Country Club is just 3 blocks from the ocean
- Atlantic Beach Country Club is a 6,815-yard, Par 71, 18 hole championship golf course
What Residents are Saying About Atlantic Beach
Q: What do you LOVE about living in Atlantic Beach?
“I love being a quick bike ride to the ocean and close to where all the fun stuff is happening!” – Jenn H.“I love being so close to the restaurants just a short walking distance from home.” – Mark D.
Q: What is your FAVORITE thing to do in Atlantic Beach?
“I love be able to take a quick walk to watch the sunset at Sunset / Tideview Park.” – Jenn H.
“Years ago I would have said it’s getting all he neighborhood kids together to play kickball at the park. With all the kids grown now, it’s being able to walk down to the beach and enjoy night caps with friends.” – Mark D.
Q: What do people get wrong about Atlantic Beach?
“That it’s so far from everywhere. It’s really not. I work in Ponte Vedra and it takes me only 15 minutes to get to work.” – Jenn H.
Q: What DON’T people know about Atlantic Beach?
“The Cultural Corridor is an amazing display of community, diversity and creativity that goes beyond the amazing murals displayed on the buildings but also across Mayport Road in the Cultural Center market for local creative artisans.” – Jenn H.
“The western part of Atlantic Beach is an up and coming hot spot for younger couples looking to buy. Lots of great changes being made along the Cultural Corridor.” – Mark D.
Q: What, if anything, would you improve about Atlantic Beach?
“It would be great if the utilities were underground to improve the aesthetics of the Atlantic Beach community.” – Mark D.