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Crosswinds at Nocatee is a residential community located within the larger master-planned development of Nocatee in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Nocatee is known for its family-friendly environment, abundance of amenities, and carefully planned neighborhoods.

Crosswinds at Nocatee offers residents a range of housing options, including single-family homes and villas. The neighborhood features modern and well-designed residences with various floor plans to suit different lifestyles and preferences. The homes have elegant interiors, gorgeous kitchens and inviting outdoor living spaces. Villas are available by David Weekley Homes and Toll Brothers. The villas are one- and two-story homes ranging from approximately 1,694 to 2,460 square feet of living space. The single-family homes are by David Weekley Homes, Providence Homes, and Riverside Homes, ranging from approximately 1,690 to 2,550 square feet of living space.

One of the highlights of living in Crosswinds at Nocatee is access to Nocatee's extensive array of amenities. This includes community pools, Nocatee Splash Park fitness centers, sports courts, dog parks, and clubhouses. Additionally, Nocatee offers a variety of planned events and activities for residents of all ages to enjoy throughout the year.

Additionally, Nocatee boasts its own Town Center, where residents can find shopping, dining, and entertainment options within close proximity from Crosswinds. The community also hosts events and activities throughout the year, fostering a strong sense of community and providing opportunities for residents to connect and socialize.

School Zoning

Ponte Vedra, Florida, is served by the St. Johns County School District, which is consistently known for having some of the top-ranked public schools in the state.

Students in this neighborhood attending the St. Johns County public schools are zoned for:

Valley Ridge Academy (K-8)
Nease High School

School zoning can vary based on your specific address within Ponte Vedra, as well as factors such as school capacity and boundary adjustments. It's essential to verify the zoning for any particular address directly with the school district.

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