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Pablo Creek Reserve Real Estate

Pablo Creek Reserve is in the pulse of Jacksonville’s southside community just west of the Intracoastal Waterway. This gorgeous, luxury gated community was developed by The Parc Group who is also responsible for Jacksonville’s first technology savvy and sustainable living community, eTown. Pablo Creek Reserve’s location near the Mayo Clinic makes it a hot spot for Mayo doctors and those commuting to downtown.

Community & Culture

Pablo Creek Reserve is an established community off San Pablo Road located just minutes to the Mayo Clinic. Residents and homeowners in Pablo Creek Reserve enjoy the lush and scenic tree lined streets and large wooded preserve areas amidst lakes and walking trails. Pablo Creek Reserve is a quaint community on over 400 acres of 270 architecturally distinctive homes. Not all homes are the same in Pablo Creek Reserve but they all rest upon oversized lots and include lots of square footage. One of the great perks of living in Pablo Creek Reserve is the close proximity to fine dining, the beach, shopping, entertainment and easy access to the I-295 Beltway to be anywhere in the city quickly.

Real Estate

Pablo Creek Reserve is a gorgeous, luxury gated neighborhood just West of the Intracoastal Waterway with 270 home sites. It’s easily accessible to the beaches, as well as Central Jacksonville. It’s popular with Mayo doctors and those commuting to downtown.

If you are looking for a community that is central to both downtown and the beach, this is the place. Homes in Pablo Creek Reserve are newer and are often stylistically more appealing to today’s buyers, as other communities start to age. The homes are custom and unique in style, though the homeowner’s association does a nice job of making sure architecture is in keeping with the overall look of the neighborhood.

You will find a variety of styles, from modern farmhouse to French country to California mission.

Here is a link to the community HOA page which has great information about aesthetic guidelines, as well as the governing documents.

Homes for sale in Pablo Creek Reserve sell for well over $1,000,000. As of winter 2022, the median sale price for home in Pablo Creek Reserve was $2,100,000 with a median list price of $2,174,500. Typically homes for sale in Pablo Creek Reserve have a median time of 35 days on the market and an average of 52 days.

Homeowners Association

Pablo Creek Reserve is professionally managed by Marsh Landing Management Company. Homeowners pay Homeowners Association Fees due quarterly to the Marsh Landing Management Company. For more information on the HOA you can reach out to Marsh Landing Management Company below:

Caryn Scott, CAM
Property Manager
Marsh Landing Management Company
4200 Marsh Landing Blvd. #200
Jacksonville, FL 32250
Email Address:
Fax Number: 904-273-0933
Office Number: 904-273-3033


Families with children living in the Pablo Creek Reserve community attending public school will be part of the Duval County Public Schools. The school zones for Pablo Creek Reserve are:

Elementary School: Alimicani Elementary School
Middle School: Kernan Middle School
High School: Atlantic Coast High School

There are many private school options available in and around Jacksonville including:

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Hear from Pablo Creek Reserve Residents

Pablo Creek Reserve is often an overlooked community in Jacksonville due to it’s “off the beaten path” location off San Pablo Road. That prime location is what makes it so incredibly special. Pablo Creek Reserve is an amazingly private community with an abundance of mature natural areas within the guard gated community. The neighborhood feel of bringing the community together as a whole is a big draw for those with families looking for nearby friends and social gatherings. Proximity to Mayo Clinic continues to be a big draw as Pablo Creek Reserve is within 2 miles of the prime medical facility. We questioned residents of Pablo Creek Reserve to help create a picture of the community and give a sense of what life in Pablo Creek Reserve is like from “an insiders” perspective. Here’s what they had to say.

What do you LOVE about Pablo Creek Reserve?

We feel safe with the gated community and security guard, especially with young children. Our neighbors are wonderful and the community really is second to none. The houses are absolutely beautiful and the HOA does a good job keeping up the common areas.

Mykas D.

What is your FAVORITE thing about Pablo Creek Reserve?

We love the proximity to Mayo, the beach, and downtown.

Mykas D.

What DON’T people know about Pablo Creek Reserve?

That there are still lots being sold.

Mykas D.

  What, if anything, would you improve about Pablo Creek Reserve?

I think the central park area could use some improvements for kids as the population of younger children in the neighborhood increases.

Mykas D.

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