Intracoastal Real Estate in Jacksonville, FL
There is some amazing intracoastal property in the Jacksonville area. Real estate along the intracoastal waterway is limited. There is only so much waterfront land right? We define this area described as Intracoastal West as property abutting the Intracoastal from just north of Atlantic Boulevard down to the J. Turner Butler bridge.
Intracoastal Real Estate
The neighborhoods lining the intracoastal on the west side of the water are Queens Harbor Yacht & Country Club to the north, Seven Pines Island, Holiday Harbor, and Isle of Palms. There are a real variety of price points in this are which heavily appeals to avid fisherman and water enthusiasts. If you want a boat in your backyard, this real estate is definitely something you want to check out! A large number of the communities along the Intracoastal Waterway are privately gated cutting down on the unnecessary traffic. There’s truly something about the peace and tranquility of living along the waterway.
Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club
Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club is located off Atlantic Boulevard between San Pablo Road and Hodges Boulevard. Queen’s Harbour features over 1,000 exquisite homes both along the waterway and golf course with access to its private freshwater marina and lock system. Queen’s Harbour was built among the lushest landscape including decade old oak trees leading to the Intracoastal Waterway
Queen’s Harbour includes many homes located off the intracoastal waterway and golf course not considered to be on premium lots, but still in a premium community. As of November 2022, the median sale price for homes in Queen’s Harbour was $1,016,000 with a median list price of $1,495,000. With the shifting market in 2022, we’ve seen the days on market extend from 51 days to 84 days.
Queens Harbor is zoned for the Duval County School District for public schools at:
The Atlantic Highlands community is a smaller community of homes from J. Turner Butler Blvd along San Pablo Road. There are just under 1,200 homes in this community that enjoy the proximity of the Intracoastal Waterway whether right on the waterway or across the street. Atlantic Highlands is a sought out area due to the incredible views, tranquility and peace.
Real estate sales in the Atlantic Highlands community in 2022 saw a median price point of $317,450 with a median list price of $327,500 with just 8 median days on the market.
Atlantic Highlands is zoned for the Duval County School District for public schools at:
Seven Pine Island
Seven Pine Island, named for the seven towering pine trees on its tranquil island, is located just south of the Atlantic Highlands community off San Pablo Road. Seven Pine Island is a small community of just under 70 homes all with beautiful marsh views and access to the Intracoastal Waterway. Residents of Seven Pine Island enjoy the scenic views, a private marina, tennis and clubhouse offering a lifestyle to be envied year round among all the incredible nature.
Real estate sales in Seven Pine Island in 2022 saw a median sale price of $1,450,000 with a median list price of $1,399,900 with just 35 median days on the market.
Seven Pine Island is zoned for the Duval County School District for public schools at:
Holiday Harbor is a quaint community of approximately 1,700 homes in Duval County along the Intracoastal Waterway. Holiday Harbor offers a suburban feel on the water with the ocean just 15 minutes away. Located just off San Pablo Road between Beach and Atlantic Boulevards and neighboring Castaway Island Preserve, residents of this community are delighted daily by wildlife rarely seen in other parts of the area.
Real estate sales in Holiday Harbor consists of homes built in the late 60’s up to mid 90’s. In 2022 real estate sales saw a median sale price of $879,500 with a median list price of $749,000 with just 42 median days on the market.
Holiday Harbor is zoned for the Duval County School District for public schools at:
Blogs & Headlines
by Gwinn Volen 2023 was a year of home price course correction and normalization after 2 years of extreme appreciation. At a national level, 2023 saw the lowest number of home sales since 1995, yet prices still increased 1%, to a record high. Quarterly Sales Price for Duval and St Johns County: 2019-2023 Duval and... Read More
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by Gwinn Volen LOCAL STATS Q3 stats indicate the Jacksonville real estate market is relatively flat. Sales prices were up 1.5% from Q2 and flat (0.0%) from Q3 2022. Closed sales are down -13.7% from Q2 and -9% from Q3 2022. Days on the Market is up 6.7% from Q2 and 14.3% from Q3 2022... Read More