About San Marco
South of Downtown Jacksonville and just across the St. Johns River, San Marco is a stylish area in town. With a variety of upscale and casual options, residents and visitors alike enjoy shopping, dining, and being entertained in the historic San Marco Square.
A lot of the San Marco neighborhood lies directly on the banks of the St. Johns River, and you’ll find a mix of impressive grand mansions on riverfront property, as well as charming bungalows just inland that dot the tree-lined main thoroughfare, San Marco Boulevard.
Not only do you have an array of dining and shopping options, there's also the independently owned San Marco Theatre to enjoy the latest movies and Theatre Jacksonville for live performances. San Marco is conveniently located near many of Jacksonville's corporate headquarters and hospitals, and has easy access to main thoroughfares.
The San Marco Preservation Society is the area’s neighborhood organization, and they work to preserve and renew San Marco as one of Jacksonville’s historically and architecturally significant neighborhoods. They organize the popular yearly event, Wine Down in the Parks, which supports the continued preservation of the historic parks in San Marco.
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San Marco Homes for Sale
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San Marco Homes for Sale
Jacksonville's urban core neighborhoods can be locally designated historic districts, districts on the National Register of Historic Places, both, or neither.
Locally Designated Historic Districts: Riverside, Avondale, Springfield, and the St. Johns Quarter are all locally designated historic districts. Any exterior work requires an approved Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) application through the City of Jacksonville. (The neighborhood organizations RAP and SPAR do not process COA applications.) Learn more about the COA process.
National Register of Historic Places: The National Register designation is an honorary one, and does not regulate changes made to properties in historic districts (with the exception of demolitions, which must be reviewed by the Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission). Riverside, Avondale, Riverside Annex, Springfield, and parts of Ortega are on the National Register.
Neighborhoods that don’t fall into either category: Neither Murray Hill or San Marco are designated locally or nationally. If a specific property was on the National Register (for historical or architectural reasons), then the above rules would apply for demolition.
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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2020 at 2:23pm EST.