About Ponte Vedra Beach

About Ponte Vedra BeachThe essence of Ponte Vedra Beach is all that having a beautiful life demands.  We all deserve a beautiful life and while many dream of a vacation of sea and sand, golf and tennis, boating and fishing, surfing and kayaking, biking and running, living in Ponte Vedra Beach gives you 300 days of sunshine to enjoy all of this and more. Year round you will experience gently changing seasons and you will spend more time outdoors than indoors.

You are sure to find that each upmarket community has its own personality which will suit your personality from man-gated private golf neighborhoods (The Plantation at Ponte Vedra, Sawgrass Country Club, Sawgrass The Players Club, Marsh Landing Country Club), to classic Old Ponte Vedra Beach luxury homes and stately mansions along Ponte Vedra Boulevard. 

Ponte Vedra Beach is best known as a golf mecca.  It is famous for The Sawgrass development which is the home of the ATP Tour, the PGA Tour and The Players Championship, played at the TPC at Sawgrass, a "Stadium Course"

Architectural custom homes vary from Arts & Crafts Style, Shingle Style, Cottage Cape Cod, Coastal Beach vernacular (Key West, Bermuda, Bahamas), Mediterranean-French, Spanish, Italian and Greek and Modern Style. Unique and diverse, with excellence in craftsmanship and materials if you can't find it, there are wonderful architects, builders, and designers who can build it for you. 

Having a beautiful life in Ponte Vedra Beach also includes confidence in having the top rated school system in Florida, being situated in the healthiest county in Florida (St Johns County) with top rated hospitals including the Mayo Clinic nearby.  The Median household income in Ponte Vedra Beach is $82,688, and median family income is $109,181 according to Trulia.com 12/2012.  Ponte Vedra Beach was 50th on the list of 100 finalists for CNN and Money Magazine's 2005 List of the Best Places to Live. According to Wipekedia, it also lies in the third wealthiest county in Florida, ranking just behind the Palm Beach and Naples areas.