1/10 The Beach Club overlooks the Atlantic Ocean along three miles of private beach. This is the hub of activity with casual & fine dining, swimming, and camaraderie.
2/10 View of the 'Illusion' pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean at the John's Island Beach Club
3/10 The 17th hole of the John's Island North course designed by Pete Dye.
4/10 Georgian architecture with classic and traditional lines are distinguishing characteristics of John's Island homes.
5/10 The John's Island West golf course was designed by Tom Fazio and is built along the ancient sand dune with no homes surrounding. The Golf Clubhouse stands in the background.
6/10 The Tennis Center has 18 Har-Tru clay courts with USPTA certified professionals on staff.
7/10 Rafters, an oceanfront bar with an adjacent billiards room, is a favorite gathering place. Rafters has a West Indian flavor with large, rough hewn beams, warm Brazilian walnut planks and pecky Cypress woodwork.
8/10 A barefoot feast at the beach.
9/10 A mature landscape with deep-rooted ancient oak trees symbolize the essence of family connections that attract people to John's Island.
10/10 Many types of salt-water fish may be caught surf fishing.
Homes, Townhomes, Condos
$250,000 to $13,000,000
$850,000 to $7,000,000
More than 40 years ago, Llwyd Ecclestone began development of John’s Island, an ocean-to-river luxury residential club community just north of Vero Beach, Florida.
From the start, Fortune 500 CEO’s and self-made business moguls were attracted to the picturesque landscape, resort-like amenities, classic Georgian architecture, and near perfect climate in the winter months. They spent time with their children and grandchildren and their traditions established the legendary John’s Island family-oriented lifestyle.
Named one of “America’s Top 25 Golf Communities” by Travel & Leisure Golf, there are three courses by Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Fazio. Tennis, squash, croquet and a fitness/wellness center round out the sports. In addition, there are social activities for all ages, lifelong learning, a spa, and dining at three clubhouses. Send me information now!
Acreage 1,650 acres (660 hectares)
Gatehouse 24-hour guarded gatehouses and roving patrols
Club Structure Member-owned, private equity club
Golf Three 18-hole courses by Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Fazio. The North Course has mature oaks and stunning views of John's Island Sound; The South Course has traditional features with lush and narrow oak canopies and lakes; The West Course by Tom Fazio is located off the island on 300 acres of pure golf.
Golf Clubhouse Includes formal and informal dining, card rooms, ladies' and men's lounges and Golf Pro Shop. A second Golf Clubhouse is located at the John's Island West course, a casual daytime facility.
The Beach Club Has panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean from every seat in the house - from the oceanfront bar to the indoor and outdoor dining areas designed in a sophisticated West Indian island motif. Also located here is "The Cave," specifically for teens, plus a library with billiards, game tables and media room.
Dining There are a variety of dining experiences - from fine dining in an old-world setting with jackets required to more casual with Mediterranean fare and al fresco dining. At the culinary helm is Executive Chef John Farnsworth, recipient of Food & Wine magazine's "Best New Chef's in America" award.
Tennis Complex Has 18 Har-Tru courts and a staff of USPTA certified professionals that run an active tennis program and clinics for all ages. Tennis pro shop and Courtside Cafe.
Squash John's Island Club has the only air-conditioned North American doubles squash court in Florida and recently added a singles court.
Fitness and Wellness Center A 3,800 square-foot facility with high-tech cardiovascular and weight training equipment plus a Pilates Studio. In season, 30 group fitness classes are offered. Nationally certified personal trainers and massage therapists.
Croquet Two full-size croquet lawns with tournaments held throughout the season.
Biking and Walking On over 20 miles of private, tree-lined streets. Or search for shells and sea glass along the Atlantic Ocean.
Vero Beach A charming and sophisticated seaside community that was rated one of America's Best Small Towns. In addition to art and culture there is a strong medical presence including The Heart Center, the first cardiovascular surgery program affiliated with Duke University Health System in the state of Florida and one of only four nationwide.
Lots For Sale Priced from $850,000 to $7 million
Condos For Sale Priced from $500,000 to $3 million
Courtyard/Patio/Villas For Sale Priced from $1.2 million to $2.8 million
Townhomes For Sale Priced from $250,000 to $1.25 million
Homes For Sale Priced from $750,000 to $13 million