Amelia Oaks, A New Neighborhood in Fernandina Beach

Located on one of Florida's premier island resort locations, Amelia Oaks is a new, exclusive and gated community of single family homes being built on Amelia Island, Florida.

Amelia Oaks, A New Neighborhood in Fernandina BeachLocated on one of Florida’s premier island resort locations, Amelia Oaks is a new, exclusive and gated community of single family homes being built on Amelia Island, Florida. With just a short walk to the beach, dining, or shopping, your new neighborhood borders the Egan’s Creek Greenway Conservation, permitting you to enjoy some of the best scenery Florida has to offer.

Amelia Island boasts 13 miles of white sandy beaches, distinctive restaurants, excellent schools, a plethora of music and art festivals, 117 holes of world-class golf, fishing, kayaking, boating, maritime forests, marshlands and fascinating shopping.

Your private entrance to the Egan’s Creek Greenway invites you to explore over 300 protected acres of networked trails for walking or bicycling. Bring your camera to capture natural vegetation and wildlife including a variety of birds, bobcats, alligators, river otter, deer, rabbits, raccoons, opossums and more.

With her natural deep water access, this small barrier island is rich in colorful history. Fort Clinch, on the north end of the island, sits at the entrance of the St. Marys River, a location often occupied by a variety of military troops since 1736. A critical shipping port, Amelia Island has been under the rule of eight different flags and her international heritage left some not so glamorous tales of intriguing battles, unsavory characters, buried treasure, and of course, Pirates. Downtown Fernandina Beach is a seaside Victorian village architecturally famous for the pre-20th century homes built in the Silk Stocking district, an area found in the National Register of Historic Places.

Amelia Oaks is designed to be a private enclave combining the best of traditional Florida with the latest in building technology in just 40 ENERGY STAR Certified Homes built to standards well above most other homes on the market today.

Select a creek side lot on the Greenway, a parkside lot along the internal park and ponds, or a lot that abuts the Greenway. Then, customize one of four base models to make it your own 2-story, coastal style home with a natural gas fireplace, front and rear covered porches, private back yards, an elevator option, and much more. You’ll find the best standards are included in the homes of this close-knit community such as granite counters, stainless steel appliances, hardwoord floors, and cement board siding.

The Amelia Oaks community, located off of Sadler Road in Fernandina Beach, includes a club house, swimming pool, and plenty of greenspace. There are two beautiful ponds home to beneficial wildlife including turtles, fish and visiting birds. You will find ample off street parking for entertaining, and your tastefully designed landscape is professionally maintained.

amelia-oaks-team-new-homes-amelia-islandMeet the Team
John Hawley, the builder, has over 43 years of experience, including extensive education, in all phases of development and building construction. His experience includes residential and commercial properties, land purchases, governmental approvals, and financing.

The Massey family has been involved in coastal Florida real estate projects for over 20 years. Joe Massey knows the real estate process, from beginning to end, inside and out. His lovely wife, Kathy, is an expert at helping you reach your real estate goals. She truly works for YOU in a professional and confidential manner.

Daughter Kasey Massey Moteiro has been surrounded by the real estate business since she was a kid, and when she graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a Bachelors Degree in Management & Entrepreneurship in 2013, it was only natural for her to join the family business.

Michael Smith has been an embedded member of the Amelia Island community for nearly a decade. His vast knowledge of the area will help you connect within the community. Michael currently serves as a board member of Rendezvous Film, Music and Gaming Festival; Arts Alive Nassau; and the Big Brother/Big Sister Program.

Need more information? Please give any one of them a call at (904) 610-5008 and see what Island Living in the Tradition of Old Florida is all about.

Pictured L to R: Michael Smith, Kathy Massey, John Hawley, Kasey Moteiro, and Jim Drotos (not pictured is Joe Massey)

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