One of the fastest growing areas in all of Jacksonville, Bartram Park is a mixed-use development. It’s known as Jacksonville’s Southern Gateway and covers about 5,000 acres of space. After completion, the area will be home to 9,700 residential units and about 2 million square feet of commercial space. The development will also include more than 300 hotel rooms and the huge Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve.
Not only does Bartram Park offer plenty of residential choices, but it’s also a top spot for activities, such as horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, biking and so much more. It’s a very active community with plenty of outdoor things for residents to enjoy.
Real Estate in Bartram Park
A mixture of townhomes, condos and houses are found in the many subdivisions throughout Bartram Park. Fourteen different communities are found throughout with many different builders helping to develop the community. New residents get to choose from a variety of builders, subdivisions, home styles and floor plans.
All of the communities in Bartram Park offer gated entries and plenty of amenities including swimming pools, fitness centers and clubhouses. The 14 communities are:
- Arrowood at Bartram Park
- Carlyle at Bartram Park
- Hawthorn at Bartram Park
- Stonefield at Bartram Park
- Verano at Bartram Park
- Bartram Park Preserve
- Emerald Preserve at Bartram Park
- Atrium at Bartram Park
- Sumerlin at Bartram Park
- Williams Walk at Bartram Park
- Bayberry at Bartram Park
- Greenbrier at Bartram Park
- Montevilla at Bartram Park
- Twinleaf at Bartram Park
Each community offers something unique for home buyers to choose from.
The amenities in Bartram Park vary depending on the community chosen. However, all communities include a swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse and more. Some communities also offer hiking trails, a place to launch kayaks, shopping and dining and much more.
The Bartram Park Schools are some of the best in the area. The top-ranked options for residents include:
- Bartram Springs Elementary
- Twin Lakes Academy Middle School
- Atlantic Coast High School
The high school opened in 2010 and offers an IT academy for students interested in web design and digital media.