Ponte Vedra Beach

 

Ponte Vedra Beach (PVB)  is an unincorporated seaside community in St. Johns County, Florida, United States, 26 miles north of St. Augustine. It is a stylish tourist resort town best known for its association with golf. It is the home of the ATP Tour, the PGA Tour, and The Players Championship which is played at The Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass. Tennis, boating, fishing, and surfing are other popular activities.

Ponte Vedra Beach  is one of the most exclusive areas in Northeast Florida. No other area of Real Estate in Northeast Florida features such a high concentration of golf courses, waterfront & oceanfront homes, as well as gated communities and country clubs.  With five championship courses already in play including Sawgrass, home of the TPC Golf tournament. The area is well known for its resorts including the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club (a AAA five diamond resort), the Lodge and Club (four diamonds), and the Marriott at Sawgrass (three diamonds). It also lies in the fourth wealthiest county in Florida, ranking just behind the Palm Beach and Naples areas. Immersed in the abundant natural beauty of the pristine Northeastern Atlantic coast you will enjoy the best of Florida living. Miles and miles of wide and white sandy beaches, nature preserves, first-rate public schools, world-class golf and tennis, a rich heritage of music and theater, world class shopping and dining options to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. 

Boaters enjoy homes on Roscoe Blvd along the Intracoastal Waterway, golfers & country clubbers enjoy Sawgrass, The Plantation at Ponte Vedra, and Marsh Landing. St. Johns County is known for having some of the top rated schools in the area.  Homes in the Ponte Vedra Area Typically start in the high $200's for single family houses up to $5 Million, and in the Mid $100's to several million for condominiums. 

As a parent, educational infrastructure reigns high on the list of concerns when choosing a community. Located in the highly rated St. John’s County School District, whose combined math, reading, science and writing scores rank it No. 1 in the state.