Waking up to the sight of white-tailed deer or wild turkey grazing in your front yard and going to bed at night with a star dappled sky not tainted by city lights are just a couple of the characteristics that make life off the island exceptionally unique to anywhere else in North Florida.
Western Nassau County captures the hearts of those who long for laid back living in the forested countryside that’s just a hop, skip and jump from the beaches of Amelia Island, Fernandina and the interstate. In Yulee, Hilliard and Callahan, residents cherish the serenity and privacy of the sprawling acreage of their properties, where your only neighbors are the massive live oak trees draped in spanish moss and the natural Florida foliage. The option to purchase large tracts of land appeals to those who own horses or enjoy hunting and fishing. Waterfront property on the St. Mary’s river to the north and the Nassau River to the south make boating easily accessible right from your home.
Whether you’re interested in permanently relocating to Nassau County or looking for a secondary home in the countryside away from the city bustle, you need a local expert that knows the real estate market inside and out. Contact The Barclay Team– we’ve lived in Nassau County for over 20 years and are well versed on all areas on and off the island.