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Palm Coast Plantation122 Emerald Lake Drive, Palm Coast, Florida
Once a wildlife preserve, this 4,000-acre, gated Florida Intracoastal¬†community contains an elegant combination of classic Floridian architecture and lush greenery.¬† As you pass through the entrance gates, the spring-fed, 128-acre Emerald Lake, stocked with fish, parallels the road where you may see wildlife sunbathing and soaking up the Florida sunshine.¬†Walking trails wind through this waterfront community under trees cascading with Spanish Moss leading to nature lookouts and great fishing spots. Whistling birds draw your eye up into the trees hoping for you to catch a glimpse of their performances.
While considering Palm Coast homes, keep in mind that Palm Coast Plantation has beautiful, luxury waterfront homes that overlook the Intracoastal Waterway and¬†line South Riverwalk Drive.¬†Buyers searching to avoid expensive resort amenities and golf clubs will find Palm Coast Plantation is in a great location, right on the Intracoastal Waterway. Palm Coast, where this neighborhood is located, is¬†one of the best places to retire in Florida.¬†¬†
PALM COAST PLANTATION AMENITIES
- 24 hour manned gated entrance
- Key West style, lakefront clubhouse¬†
- Fitness center
- Community pool
- Community boat ramp and storage
- Adjacent access to Herschel King Park and Intracoastal Waterway
Amenities abound at this gated Florida Intracoastal¬†community.¬†We always enjoy the Key West style, lakefront clubhouse overlooking Emerald Lake.¬† Residents enjoy the¬† fitness center, We‚Äôve seen rousing games of tennis, bocce ball, and basketball take place on all of the various courts.¬†There‚Äôs even a children's playground. A community boat launch and boat storage is located within the community and¬†a boat ramp is located next door at Herschel King Park providing access to the Intracoastal Waterway.
Social clubs including wine clubs, book clubs, poker clubs, and dinner clubs enhance a close sense of community among the neighbors. The community's clubhouse has an attractive billiard and game room where the social clubs often meet.¬†This gated Florida Intracoastal community's¬†clubhouse and swimming pool were upgraded without affecting the POA's¬†$1 million in cash reserves.
One of best places to retire in Florida is Flagler Beach, an affordable seaside town, home to unspoiled beaches and beautiful Florida state parks. Palm Coast and Flagler Beach are known for a low cost of living as Florida has¬†no state income tax. Quality medical care¬†is nearby along with the Daytona Beach Florida airport, about 30 minutes to the south. The nearest, best schools in the area are Matanzas High School, Indian Trails Middle School, Belle Terre Elementary, and Flagler Christian Academy a K-12 private school. ¬†
Palm Coast Plantation has a mix of waterfront homes and lots on which to build Palm Coast homes with the infrastructure already in place. Lots start at $35k, and single family homes start in the mid $300k's. Approximately 190¬†Palm Coast homes have been built of the total 634 homes planned. At the beginning of 2012, there were 12 homes under construction. Palm Coast Plantation¬†approved builders include Skyway Builders,¬†Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Keystone,¬†Gold Coast¬†Custom Homes, and Blue Heron Custom Builders, all Enery Star green builders.
Our real estate score for Palm Coast Plantation near Flagler Beach Florida is 77.
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Property Owner Reviews
Property Owner Reviews
Florida Waterfront Properties LLC, a North Carolina Limited Liability Company began development of Palm Coast Plantation in 2001. By 2006, the majority of the property had been sold allowing the real estate developer to turn over control to the Home Owners Association. Palm Coast Plantation Homeowners Association has provided financial information showing positive cash flows and adequate reserves, in our opinion.