A typical St. Augustine neighborhood has single-family homes and one or more man-made "lakes:

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Most of the homes built in St. Augustine prior to 1900 were either single-family homes or boarding homes. Today, St. Augustine has apartments, condos, villas, townhouses, manufactured homes, pool houses and more. Want to live here? Our relocation section can help whether you're looking to rent or buy.

Featured Communities

Cordova Palms house

101 Bermudez Way,
St. Augustine, FL 32095

Located on U.S. 1, north of St. Augustine, Cordova Palms offers 13 floor plans, and amenities that include pool, playground, and dog park.

The featured pond at Grand Oaks.

24 Oakhurst Court,
St. Augustine, FL 32092

Located minutes from I-95 and less than 10 miles to downtown, Grand Oaks has neighborhoods for families and for those over 55.

The Grand Ravine sign.

114 Canyon Trail,
St. Augustine, FL 32086

Located south of St. Augustine Shores, this popular condominium development offers both town home and one-level options.

The view from the sky at Nocatee.

245 Nocatee Center Way,
Ponte Vedra, FL 32081

This large community has 12 neighborhoods, with both single family and town homes, for families, seniors, and those who require assistance.

The entrance to Palencia.

605 Palencia Club Drive,
St. Augustine, FL 32095

This older community has modern amenities and a 30-acre park system accessible by boardwalks and fitness trails.

The sun sets over the RiverTown Community.

90 Lanier Street,
St. Johns, FL 32259

RiverTown offers exclusive homes on the St. Johns River, as well as other neighborhoods for families and seniors.

Featured Neighborhoods

Brisa Luxury Apartments St. Augustine
Franklin Square at Crosswater at Nocatee