Welcome home to Julington Creek Plantation, one of the top 10 master planned communities in Florida. Designed with today's family in mind, Julington Creek Plantation offers exceptional recreational amenities, the highest rated school district in the greater Jacksonville area and is only 30 minutes from downtown Jacksonville. It's no wonder a steady stream of families have made Julington Creek their home.
The community is located in St. John's County, one of Florida's major growth areas. St. Johns County Public Schools were recently named by School Match, the country's largest school selection consulting firm as ranking among the top 14% of all of the nations school districts. Moreover, families are moving to St. John's County because of the natural beauty and the accessibility to many businesses and centers of employment. Its close proximity to premier shopping, grocery and specialty stores, beaches, business centers, marinas, schools, airports and family entertainment makes it one of the most sought communities in Jacksonville.
Residents enjoy exceptional amenities including:
Call today for your personal tour of the community at (904) 307-8998.
Subdivision: The Oaks at Julington Creek Plantation
Directions: From Southside Blvd, south to Philips Pkwy. Left on Philips to right on Race Track Rd. Continue 5 miles and turn right at The Oaks on Linde Ave. Make left on W Tennessee (Heritage Oaks West) to right on N Kyle Way. House is on your right.
Club Amenities: Golf community with aquatic center, public library, picnic & park areas, playgrounds, tennis courts, volleyball & basketball courts, lakes, 18 hole golf course, bike & jogging trails, soccer & baseball fields
Julington Creek Plantation is close to many doctors, dentists, pharmacies, and hospitals including Mayo Clinic, Baptist Hospital, and St. Lukes Hospital. The Mayo Clinic offers over 310 doctors and 3,800 allied health professionals as one of Jacksonville's premier medical facilities.
Few areas of community focus have received more attention, or achieved greater results, than the quality of education in Jacksonville. The University of North Florida and Florida Community College are located in close proximity of the community and both offer a full schedule of accredited courses for your continuing education.
Julington Creek Plantation is located in Jacksonville's fastest growing corridor with a variety of new grocery stores, restaurants and retail businesses. The growing Southside area features Tinseltown, with a wide variety of entertainment venues and dozens of restaurants. Offering additional upscale shopping, The St. John Town Center open-air mall will open nearby in 2005. Opportunities to participate in water activities abound as Julington Creek is conveniently located near the St. Johns River, the Intracoastal Waterway and the beautiful beaches of Jacksonville.
Arts and Culture
The Florida Theatre is a 1923 landmark building in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. It has hosted the who's-who of music, dating back to Elvis Presley's first concert on an indoor stage in 1956. Its historic beauty stands in contrast to its neighbor of several blocks, the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, a recently finished, state-of-the-art facility complete with three performance environments. Also, convenient driving distance from Sweetwater is The Robert E. Jacoby Hall. The Hall is home to the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and The Jim & Jan Moran Theater, which is designed for variety of performance formats, including Broadway touring shows such as Phantom, Rent and Miss Saigon. The Terry Theater is the smallest of the three halls and is designed for more intimate performances.
Rich in history and cultural diversity, area museums and galleries reflect the greater Jacksonville region's illustrious past. Numerous museums chronicle the area's growth and transformation. These historic themes are complemented by such varied interests as Jacksonville's Museum of Science and History, maritime and naval exhibits, exhibits celebrating the area's African-American heritage, and the beautiful gardens and gallery that comprise the Cummer Musuem.
Perhaps our most well-known annual event is the Jacksonville Jazz Festival. One of the largest jazz events in the world, this three-day celebration has featured such wide-ranging jazz and blues influences as Dizzy Gillespie, Buddy Guy, Harry Connick, Jr., Grover Washington, Jr., Robert Cray Band, Kenny G, Manhattan Transfer and Spyro Gyra.
There are several world-renowned championship golf courses located near Julington Creek Plantation that offer daily golf play and private membership.
From the serenity of sailboat gliding on the St. Johns River to the deafening roar of the crowd at a Jacksonville Jaguars game, Jacksonville's diversity certainly includes the area of sports. Jacksonville is the host city for the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team and the Jacksonville Suns baseball team. The area also is the home of the PGA TOUR, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the World Golf Hall of Fame. In addition to all the events and sports that Jacksonville hosts on a yearly basis, the city is also honored to have been chosen as the host for the 2005 Super Bowl.
The Players Championship Golf Tournament - Spring
The Bausch & Lomb Tennis Championship at Amelia Island - Spring
Jacksonville Jazz Festival - Spring
Concours D' Elegance Antique Auto Show - Spring
The Jacksonville Suns Baseball - Summer
The Greater Jacksonville Kingfishing Tournament - Summer
The Florida Georgia Footbal Rivalry - Winter
The Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Football - Winter
The GAte River Run - Winter
The Toyota Gator Bowl - Winter
|Durbin Creek Elementary||(904) 547-3880|
|Julington Creek Elementary School||(904) 547-3880|
|Switzerland Point Middle School||(904) 547-8650|
|Fruit Cove Middle||(904) 547-7880|
|Bartram Trail High School||(904) 547-8340|
|Edward Waters College||904-366-2715|
|Florida Community College of Jacksonville||904-646-2300|
|University of North Florida||904-620-1000|
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