Legendary golf, community activities and natural surroundings all come together in the gated community of Grand Haven.
A private coastal escape located on Florida's east coast, this exclusive golf community features a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, which has been featured numerous times as one of the "Top 100 Courses in North America" by Links magazine. Grand Haven is rich in amenities and outdoor activities made accessible year round by the mild climate here.
The community is comprised of intimate villages linked by trails and pathways, allowing neighbors and friends to connect with ease. The lifestyle of waterfront living allows residents to explore the Intracoastal Waterway and the many area beaches.
This retreat is close to Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and Orlando making conveniences and regional attractions easily accessible. The proximity to the Atlantic Ocean allows residents to enjoy surfing, water skiing, boating, and deep-sea fishing. Palm Coast is recognized for its miles of beautiful beaches, quality healthcare and great shopping and restaurants. A 4,000 acre nature preserve borders Grand Haven, giving homeowners a quiet buffer and refuge in the surrounding landscapes. Send me information now!
Acreage 1,350 acres (540 hectares)
Gatehouse Gated community
Club Structure Private, non-equity club membership.
Clubhouse The Spanish-style Village Center serves as the social heart of Grand Haven and features a European-style coffee shop/library, fitness center, swimming, tennis, spa, basketball, bocce, croquet and more. The Golf Clubhouse features dining and banquet rooms, a bar, golf pro shop, locker rooms and more.
Fitness Creekside Athletic Center is home to a large indoor lounge, game room and fitness center. Outside residents can enjoy basketball courts, croquet and a soccer field. There is also a family-friendly swimming pool, cabana and outdoor grill area.
Golf Jack Nicklaus Signature par-72 course offers challenge at any level. Designed in the style of the Carolina Low-country with picturesque holes along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Recreation Walking and biking trails, shady parks for picnics, sunset concerts, arts & crafts shows. Over 1.5 miles of Intracoastal esplanade.
Beach Just minutes away from unspoiled Flagler Beach.
Location Situated perfectly between several Florida cities offering plenty of regional activities. St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, is just 30 minutes to the north. For a faster pace, 30 minutes to the south there is Daytona Beach with its world famous beach and International Speedway. Only an hour's drive north is Jacksonville with many types of entertainment. An hour's drive inland is Orlando, home to Walt Disney World, major shopping malls and global cuisine.
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