Ponte Vedra, Florida


Community Information

Homes, Townhomes, and Villas: $400,000 - $2 Million +

Nocatee is a prominent master-planned community in Ponte Vedra, Florida that blends an array of village-like neighborhoods with schools, commercial and retail property, and more than 5,000 acres of parks and nature preserves. The community is located east of Interstate 95 midway between Jacksonville and St. Augustine, with residences designed to accommodate first-time homebuyers to retirees and all in-between. Nocatee has something for every lifestyle.

One of the best-selling communities in the country, the Nocatee master plan features a broad range of services and amenities including a family-oriented aquatics center set in a 75-acre community park with two large swimming pools, two resort style water parks featuring a four-story above ground interactive spray playground, action waterslides, and a 330-foot zip line ride, fitness and sports facilities, tennis and pickleball courts. A major supermarket and other retail services are in place at the Nocatee Town Center.

The Nocatee Lifestyle encompasses a warm sense of community complete with amazing amenities and one-of-a-kind Nocatee events. Homes for sale at Nocatee span a broad range of budgets and lifestyles, from single-family and attached homes to custom estate homes. Request More Information now!
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  • Acreage

    13,323 acres (5,391 hectares)

  • Fitness

    Outdoor fitness is a key element to the Nocatee lifestyle. Many Nocatee residents enjoy running the Greenway Trails, mountain biking in the Nocatee Preserve, or biking along the paved paths throughout the community. The indoor community fitness center adjacent to the water park offers a mix of cardio and weight training equipment with personal trainers and fitness instructors on-site, plus an ongoing schedule of exercise classes. Orange Theory Fitness and Burn Boot Camp, popular indoor private gyms, as well as a YMCA with full workout facilities, an airnasium, kidzone and a variety of group activities are also located in the Nocatee Town Center.

  • Swimming

    The Nocatee Splash Water Park features a large family lagoon pool with two high-speed water slides, a lazy river tube ride, kids' splash playground, adult serenity pool, and poolside concessions. The new Nocatee Spray Park is four-story interactive spray playground - the tallest of its kind in Northeast Florida. It features two water slides, a large deck, food court and bar, a resort-style beach environment with beach volleyball, a smaller spray park for younger children and playground.

    The Nocatee Swim Club is home to residents a Jr. Olympic pool with lap lanes. Additional satellite pools and themed parks are spread throughout the Nocatee community

  • Clubhouses

    The Crosswater Hall meeting and event venue houses the Nocatee Welcome Center, a banquet room, conference center and catering kitchen. Neighborhood exclusive clubhouses are located in the Coastal Oaks, Del Webb Ponte Vedra, Artisan Lakes and The Villas.

  • Parks

    Nocatee residents have access to multiple parks and greenways with playgrounds, picnic areas, recreational trails, dog parks, community gardens and other amenities. Major parks at Nocatee include the centrally located 75-acre Community Park and Davis Park, which has six soccer fields, three football fields, four softball fields and six baseball fields.

  • Nature Preserve

    More than 2,400 acres of preserved wetlands on 3.5 miles of Intracoastal Waterway frontage on the Tolomato River, with miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. 65% of Nocatee will remain preserved.

  • Boating and Fishing

    The community offers four stocked fishing ponds for kids under 12, as well as two kayak launches with direct access to kayaking and fishing on the Tolomato River. Residents also enjoy nearby coastal and offshore boating and fishing options, with numerous recreational marinas and fishing charter operators available along the coast between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. River Landing residents enjoy exclusive access to a waterfront deck, two boat slips and a covered cabana.

  • Recreation

    Additional recreational amenities include a 330-foot zip line, tennis, sand volleyball, pickleball and basketball courts, organized sports leagues and a wide range of planned activities and resident clubs for all ages.

  • Shopping & Dining

    Residents never have to get in their car for neighborhood shopping, dining, healthcare, events, and more. The pedestrian- and EV-friendly Nocatee Town Center is the one stop shop for a great meal or a little retail therapy. Anchored by the largest Publix in Northeast Florida, Nocatee residents can grab milk at the supermarket, snag a “pick-me-up” from a drive-thru and be back home before the kids get home from school.

  • Area Attractions

    Nocatee's Ponte Vedra location is close to miles of great Atlantic Coast beaches as well as the historic attractions of St. Augustine, just a half an hour to the south. The diverse cultural attractions of Jacksonville are half an hour to the north, including the St. Johns Town Center which offers a variety of stores from Target to Tiffany’s. The property is about two hours from Orlando-area theme parks and the Space Coast.

  • Healthcare

    Medical professionals and patients are drawn to Jacksonville by an extraordinary network of high-profile healthcare facilities.

    Baptist Medical Campus is opening next year in the Nocatee Town Center. Offering primary care, specialty care, wellness programming and other inpatient and outpatient services. Many other health care providers are available in the Nocatee Town Center, including a Flagler Heath Village and an Urgent CareSpot that will be open 7 days a week, including nights and Holidays.

  • Schools

    St. Johns County offers exceptional education and nationally recognized schools. Preschools and daycares are located within the community and are just a short walk or bike ride away. Nocatee residents have access to the new K -8 Palm Valley Academy, conveniently located within Nocatee right off Nocatee Parkway. St. Johns County is ranked the #1 school district in the state of Florida.

  • Airport Access

    Nocatee is about 45 minutes from Jacksonville International Airport and only 15 minutes from the Northeast Florida Regional Airport.

  • Del Webb Nocatee

    55+, active adult gated community located within Nocatee, homeowners have exclusive access to the 38,000-square foot Anastasia Club— offering numerous recreational amenities and social activities. New condos start and single-family homes are available.

  • Courtyard/Patio/Villas For Sale

    Priced from $300,000 to $600,000

  • Homes For Sale

    Priced from $300,000 to $2 million

  • Disclaimer: Prices subject to change. Void where prohibited.

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245 Nocatee Center Way

Ponte Vedra, Florida 32081

30.126725 -81.432476
Community News

Nocatee Town Center Expansion Includes Steakhouse and Rooftop Bar
Construction will soon begin on the next phase of the Nocatee Town Center which includes two buildings totaling 17,000 square feet of retail space, with additional tenants to be announced in the near future. The expansion will be anchored by a high-end steakhouse with a rooftop bar overlooking the water. [ read more ]

Nocatee Rated #1 Community in Florida for Third Straight Year
For the third consecutive year, Nocatee has been rated the #1 community--named best suburb and best place to raise a family in Florida.  [ read more ]

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There is no better place than Nocatee, guaranteed!

Angela - Verified Resident (Since 2013)

There is no better place to live than Nocatee, guaranteed! I adore living here. I have lived in 11 communities across the entire country, coast to coast, and nothing compares. I truly get to live, work and play here. Nocatee offers its residents easy beach access (less than 6 miles to beach with a sidewalk the whole way), hiking trails, SPLASH wate ...

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Best Community to raise a family!

Heather D - Verified Resident (Since March 2011)

My husband and I knew from the moment we arrived in Nocatee that this was where we wanted to raise our son. To see our then 2 year olds face full of joy as we took a golf cart tour of the multipurpose trails and heard the sounds of nature, we were hooked! When I have friends visit me from other areas of town they always say "you live in a resort" o ...

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