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River Landing is one of the newest luxurious communities in the award winning Nocatee development which opened in 2022. The only one of it’s kind in Nocatee, River Landing is perched in the Twenty Mile neighborhood along the Intracoastal Waterway where you will be awe struck by intracoastal and preserve views.

Community & Culture

River Landing at Twenty Mile, Nocatee’s first and only gated intracoastal neighborhood, has become a much sought after community for boating lovers looking to dock their boat outside their back door and make convenience a factor in their everyday life. Homes in River Landing will undoubtedly be tucked away in the mature large oaks carefully preserved by its developer, The Parc Group, maintaining an “Old Florida” feel.

Residents of River Landing can enjoy a private central park in the community featuring screened pavilion and waterfront deck as well as two boat slips. For those days where you want a little bit more entertainment, residents can hop over to the Nocatee amenities. Many Nocatee residents love the quick and easy travel to the nearby clubs as well since Nocatee is just a short drive to The Lodge & Club, Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, Cabana Club or Marsh Landing Country Club.

Real Estate

River Landing at Twenty Mile is home to 104 estate homesites anywhere from .5 acres to 1 full acre of property with lot measurements of +90′ wide to +200′ in depth. Intracoastal Waterway estate homesites in River Landing start at about $1.2 Million and include a permit for a private dock. Buyers can choose their own builder or choose a homesite with home packages starting at about $2.5 Million. Preserve homesites start in the $500K price range. Buyers can choose their own builder or select a home building package beginning at $1.5 Million.

The Homeowners Association Fee for River Landing at Twenty is $2400 annually. This HOA fee includes community upkeep, roadway management, landscaping, amenity maintenance, gated entry maintenance and costs for the management company.

As owners in a new development, residents of River Landing will pay a Community Development Fee (CDD Fee) applied toward the community debt, operations and maintenance. CDD Fees are applied to the annual tax bill and vary based on homesite width. The CDD fee in River Landing at Twenty Mile will range between $3000 to $3250 annually.


The St. Johns County school system is recognized as the top-ranked school systems in Florida. Families living in River Landing at Twenty Mile with children attending public school will be zoned for:

There are many private school options available as well including:

Blogs & Headlines

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