(Photo courtesy of: Riverside Avondale Night Trolley)
Whether it’s the first date or the regularly scheduled Friday night outing after 20 years of marriage, use the Riverside Avondale Night Trolley as your chauffeur for the evening. The Night Trolley runs the first Friday and Saturday of the month from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. throughout the Riverside Avondale neighborhood.
The Riverside Avondale Night Trolley is a fantastic way to show off the neighborhood to your out of town guests. Running the first Friday and Saturday of the month from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m., the Night Trolley is a cost effective and safe way to have a night out on the town.
Are you looking for something different for family night? Take a ride on the Riverside Avondale Night Trolley and let someone else do the driving. The Night Trolley runs the first Friday and Saturday of the month from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. The trolley is also a fantastic way to introduce your children to public transportation and to instill confidence for future travels that require mass transit.
Rendering of the John Gorrie Dog Park, announcing January 2014, coming soon to Avondale.
Avondale dog owners: Itching to let the dogs out? Need to let Fido run as free as the wind blows? Thanks to dog lovers and some generous donors, the new John Gorrie Dog Park, announced in early 2014, is closer than ever. The $300,000 price tag is being covered by the diligent and dedicated fundraising effort started by Riverside families and the Riverside Avondale Preservation (RAP) Society.
Built in 2011, this three bedroom two and a half bath townhome is close to New Berlin Elementary.
The open floorplan includes large flowing dining, living and kitchen design, and screened lanai. Home includes an Intrasonic intercom system in all rooms and built-in five channel surround sound, structured wiring for cable, internet and phone.
There's a community clubhouse, pool, nature trails and playground. The home is walking distance to New Berlin Elementary School and Sheffield Park, and a short drive to River City Marketplace.
For the second year in a row, Nocatee ranks Number 3 among all Master Planned Communities (MPC) in the United States.
It's official -- Nocatee is again ranked the third best selling community in the entire United States. Nocatee new home sales are up 30 percent over 2014, selling 1,105 homes in 2015. Nocatee is now home to more than 4,000 households.
Tapestry Park Unit #301 borders on a small, secluded parkscape with minimal foot traffic.
9823 Tapestry Park Circle #301
is a "barely-lived-in" townhome that is also available fully furnished, including decor, window treatments and Samsung flat screen TVs. (The out of town owner has used the oven only once since new in 2008, and the garage has never had a car in it).
Built in 2008, Tapestry Park Unit #301
is a three story, 1,886 sq. ft.townhome with three bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath, with attached garage.
This interior end unit borders on private parkspace. Kitchen is GE stainless steel appliances, granite, and upgraded Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors on two upper levels. Bathrooms have Travertine countertops. There's a covered balcony, 9-foot ceilings, and double crown molding throughout.
Full size front loading GE washer and dryer are included in base price.
All bedrooms include full bath and walk in closets.
Nocatee has reached a prime milestone, as we’re seeing so many neighborhoods now half-sold or nearly all sold out of new homes.
But with the Nocatee population swelling, the growth is ramping up to make room, with several new neighborhoods on the drawing board, yet to be announced.
As Nocatee sells, Nocatee grows, with many new neighborhoods, restaurants and services on the horizon.
Aphora on the Intracoastal offers another upscale waterfront high-rise option.
The original plan for Aphora
at Marina San Pablo involved 57-unit condominium project just west of the Intracoastal
Waterway off of J.Turner Butler Blvd. According to a letter from developer Bove, plans are on the table for eleven upscale townhomes as well. The coach-style homes will be 2,700 to 4,000 square feet, each with a two-car garage. Prices start at $750,000.
Developer Gale Bove cited the increased demand for townhomes in the Northeast Florida market as a driver for the additional units.