What Are The Best Neighborhoods In Jacksonville FL?

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We all know that Jacksonville is the seat of Duval County and boasts the largest population in Florida. There are countless reasons for the city’s immense popularity. A thriving local economy, low cost of living, and promising, ever-expanding job market draw house hunters to settle in Jacksonville.

It’s worthwhile inspecting the real estate market in the city of Jacksonville. A booming housing market features highly accessible houses, condos, and apartments available on the market. Surprisingly, the median housing costs are also low. Therefore, “the River City on the Sea” turned into a genuine paradise for real estate investors. But which are the best neighborhoods in Jacksonville? Let’s have a look at the trendiest districts in the “Gateway to Florida!”

San Marco

The lovely little neighborhood is only a walk from downtown Jacksonville on the riverfront. San Marco offers residents a tranquil atmosphere. A popular community by all means, where the youth meet up on San Marco Square. They shop in fashionable boutiques, chat at friendly cafes and get a drink at cocktail bars. Additionally, the district preserved its historical roots and legacy. You can also see impressive buildings designed in Italian and Mediterranean architecture. Will the title of the safest neighborhood in Jacksonville convince you to move there?


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pend an unforgettable date night in an escape room? Then buy a property in the residential neighborhood of Southside! It provides homeowners with an unique combination of mesmerizing natural landscapes and historical sightseeings. If you’re a fan of vibrant nightlife, you should visit Tinseltown in Southside! (It’s not Hollywood!) Movie theatres, shops, historical sights, outdoor activities: all are on the menu! Moreover, the St. Johns River district will satisfy your addiction to shopping with The Avenue Mall and the St. Johns Town Center. 

Downtown Jacksonville

Either way, one can’t ignore or avoid the colorful Jacksonville downtown. Why would you, though? It has cultural and artistic hotspots for a swell time. The city center has all the must-see ingredients of a drop-dead gorgeous and civilized metropolitan area with artistic aspirations. Our favorite places to hang out are Time’s Union Center of the Performing Arts, the Museum of Science and History, and Super Food and Brew!

Five Points

Not for the faint of heart, Five Points will keep you thrilled all day long with a trendy and bohemian atmosphere. The neighborhood reverberates classic tunes from the good old days when residents called it Riverside. Nowadays, many consider it the most fabulous hood in Jacksonville with contemporary vibes. You wouldn’t want to miss either the Sun-Ray Cinema or the Brew Five Points bar and restaurant! 

Jacksonville proved to be a fantastic family-friendly place to live. People with all sorts of interests can find something extraordinary in Jacksonville neighborhoods. Why don’t you explore each area? Suppose the city has convinced you to such a degree that you wish to move here, get in touch with the local real estate agents in Jacksonville FL to buy affordable real estate!

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