Seaside Real Estate in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
If you seek a laid-back beach lifestyle, Seaside is an ideal community worth considering.
Seaside Community and Culture
Seaside is a charming residential home community comprising just under 200 single-family homes, constructed between 1993 and 1998. These homes range in size from about 1700 square feet to just over 3000 square feet and are typically single story homes. Nestled around a picturesque lake, most residences offer breathtaking lake views. For those who prioritize low maintenance and don’t require extensive yard space for pets, there is a small section of garden homes with compact yards. The community boasts desirable amenities such as a pool, tennis court, and boat/RV storage, providing residents with a range of recreational options. Two little known features of the Seaside community is that it has its own gated beach access just down from the Mickler Beach Access, and it has RV and boat parking.
Seaside is zone for PVPV/Rawlings Elementary, Alice B. Landrum Middle and Ponte Vedra High School.
Situated just south of what is commonly referred to as the heart of Ponte Vedra Beach or “Ponte Vedra proper,” where the Sawgrass Village shopping center is located, Seaside offers a tranquil setting with the added benefit of a few extra minutes to reach Butler Boulevard (JTB) compared to other communities. The advantage, however, is being away from the bustling center. A short walk or bike ride on the sidewalk grants easy beach access at Mickler’s.
It’s worth noting that Seaside falls within the esteemed Ponte Vedra Beach FL 32082 school system, further enhancing its appeal. Students living in Seaside and attending public school are zoned for the following schools:
- Elementary School: Ocean Palms Elementary
- Middle School: Landrum Middle School
- High School: Ponte Vedra High School
There are many private school options as well:
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