Palm Coast New Homes – Beachwalk!


There is a small new community being built in Palm Coast Florida. Yeah, I know it doesn’t sound that special, but it is in a gem of a location and I’m going to tell you all about it.

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I’m going to take you on a tour of a new community that I’ve been watching for months now.  This community is located, the best section to live in Palm Coast, The Hammock. This area is situated between the Intracoastal waterway and the ocean.  I’m going to tell you why this is so great but first let me tell you a bit about the community.

Palm Coast New Construction

The builder is Richmond America, and they are offering 5 floor plans ranging in size from 1800 to 2500 square feet with 3-to-5-bedroom options. There are only 50 lots available and the lots are already predetermined which basically means each lot has already been permitted with a specific floor plan. Structural options have already been chosen but you still have the opportunity to personalize everything in the interior at the design center.

Watch the video for a quick tour of the Augusta model. A floor plan on one level with 3 bedrooms or a 2 bedroom with a study. There is also the option to add a second floor but only if the builder has already included it in the structural upgrades prior to getting the permit.

It’s a wide-open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen, large dining area and a covered patio. This floor plan is approximately 2450 square feet and starts at $598,950. This price does not include the design center options for the interior so figure on at least 10% bringing you to about $660,000.

For more info on the floor plans, click the link for additional details.

Beachwalk Amenities?

Now let’s dive into the community amenities, so what does it have?  Not much besides a playground for the kiddos. But the best part about this community and why there are no amenities is because it doesn’t need any. WHY? Because you can walk to the beach…Thats right, the beautiful Hammock Beach is only a 1/2 mile down the street.

Not only that, you also have easy access to Jungle Hut walking trails across the street as well all the beautiful oak canopied walking paths throughout the Hammock area. Not to mention over 100 miles of trails and paths that connect to it throughout Palm Coast. You basically get to enjoy natures outdoor activities at your doorstep.

The Hammock Life

If you love entertainment there are a few great places to watch live music and get a bite to eat like Hammock Wine and Cheese and JT’s. Also, a short distance away is the Publix supermarket. Plus, there is a Hammock Hardware if you need something in that department.

Residents will also enjoy easy access to Fort Matanzas for swimming, fishing and beaching. Don’t forget Washington Oaks State Park, just a short drive north.

This community is about 30 minutes to St Augustine’s historic district and about 40 to Daytona.

The Hammock area of Palm Coast is a special place, it is truly old Florida. The zoning has kept the area from over development which is why we get to enjoy the lush and natural landscape.

If you have kids the neighborhood is zoned to Old Kings Elementary School, Indian Trails Middle School and Matanzas High School.


If you have always wanted a home near the beach but feel you would have to spend over $1 million. Well, you don’t have to so give me a call to learn more. Here is a link so you can schedule a time, shoot me a text or email me. I’m happy to help! Well, I’m going to go to the beach so thanks for taking this tour with me, and I’ll catch you next time.

About the Author
Kim Devlin
Kim Devlin is Your St Augustine Realtor. A Relocation Specialist serving Northeast Florida, St Johns County and Flagler County. She enjoys sharing real estate tips and local insight on communities and living in St Augustine Florida. Tune in weekly and be sure to subscribe to her monthly newsletter.