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The Old Ponte Vedra Community in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Generally speaking, Old Ponte Vedra is the area between the Atlantic Ocean and eastside of state road A1A, roughly three blocks wide and just south of the Duval County line for a little over 3 miles. This neighborhood is one of the most sought after due to the large lot sizes, lagoon and golf course views, and, of course, proximity to the beaches.
Old Ponte Vedra was the first developed residential area in Ponte Vedra. The bulk of the homes were built in the 1960s and 1970s as second homes, though there are a few that date back to the 1930s.
Old Ponte Vedra is a highly sought after area due to its proximity to the beach and area beach clubs, easy access to Butler, Jacksonville Beach, and Neptune and Atlantic Beach. There is a great deal of high-end new construction going on in the area, and you’ll often see older ranch homes being taken down and new two-story classics being built.
The Clubs in Old Ponte Vedra
One of the biggest draws to Old Ponte Vedra is the proximity to the oceanfront clubs consisting of The Ponte Vedra Inn and Club, The Lodge & Club, and The Cabana Club where you will be just steps to the beautiful white sandy beach. Membership to these clubs varies and is required for access to the facilities.
The iconic Ponte Vedra Inn & Club has been a landmark in Ponte Vedra Beach for over 90 years. Located at 200 Ponte Vedra Boulevard and stretching the picturesque beach, members can enjoy golf on the Ocean or Lagoon Courses. Membership opportunities also include tennis, lap pool, a state-of-the art gym facility overlooking the ocean, casual and fine dining, three oceanside pools, croquet, bocce, pickleball, childcare, beach rentals and more! What’s a resort without lavish suites for guests? The Ponte Vedra Inn & Club includes 262 lavish rooms for guests who come visit you want to really feel like they are on vacation at a tropical paradise.
Just south of the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club you will find its sister resort, The Lodge & Club. The Lodge & Club’s Mediterranean design checks all the glitz and glamour options you may be looking for. Membership to the Lodge & Club includes resort casual dining in four restaurants and lounges, oceanfront adult pool, kids splash water park, lap pool, beach rentals and more!
The Cabana Club located at 619 Ponte Vedra Boulevard is just a stones throw away from The Lodge & Club. Owned by The Sawgrass Marriott, The Cabana Club is a relaxation oasis offering dining, beachfront pool, kids pool, water sports and more!
Old Ponte Vedra, just 1.5 miles from The Lodge & Club, is in the heart of Ponte Vedra Beach and offers residents a short walk, golf cart or bike ride to the beach and Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. The main streets in Old Ponte Vedra are: Solana Road, Corona Road, Ponte Vedra Boulevard, San Juan Drive, Pablo Road, Rutile Drive, and Le Master Drive. There are also some great small streets off of each of these roads – La Vista Road, Maria Place, and Lake Road to name a few.
The fantastic thing about Old Ponte Vedra is the family life and culture of the community with planned events, holiday parades and more! Mom’s in the community can connect and collaborate in the Ponte Vedra Focus – Mom’s Group on Facebook. The St. Johns County public schools zoned for Old Ponte Vedra are A+ rated.
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