Asking Price:  $1,850,000

Location:  Yulee, FL

Category:  Hunting & Recreational Land, Waterfront Land

Improvements:  Private Bridge, Private Boat Ramp, Extensive River and Creek Frontage, Adjoining Four Creeks State Park, Two Buildable Waterfront Homesites, Fish Camp and Pole Barn

Property Tax:  2022 = $7,785.31

Special Instructions:  Restrictions: Under Conservation Easement

Broker Comments:

“Thomas Creek delivers serenity, privacy and natural beauty in a location that is only minutes from the Intracoastal Waterway via boat and minutes from I-95 via car. Arguably it is one-of-a kind.”

Hunter Brant, President and Broker Oakwood Realty Group

Property Description

An exceptional opportunity to own your own private, waterfront preserve. Thomas Creek is accessed by its own private bridge over the Nassau River and is surrounded by State Forest lands. The property is approximately 600 acres with its own private boat ramp and 2 buildable waterfront homesites. Thomas Creek sits on a peninsula with several miles of waterfront on both the Nassau River and Thomas Creek, both deep-water waterways with access at all tide stages. The property has been restored to its natural ecosystem for the benefit of the native wildlife and its natural beauty by a conservation easement, which protects this property as well as the surrounding property for future generations. The undisturbed, scenic waterfront views from this private preserve are unparalleled and provide a tranquility and privacy to the Owner that is hard to replicate.

In addition to its beauty, privacy and seclusion the location of the property is also a major benefit. It is just minutes from I-95, just north of Jacksonville off Hwy 200, approximately 20 minutes from the Jacksonville Airport and 20 minutes from Amelia Island. Outdoor amenities abound close-by with easy access to numerous State Parks, miles of pristine creeks and waterways surrounding the intracoastal waterway, the beaches at Amelia Island, downtown Fernandina Beach and the Airport. Collectively, the area surrounding Nassau Sound, Amelia Island and Big and Little Talbot Islands, locally known as the Timuquan Preserve, is arguably one of the most pristine and naturally beautiful coastal landscapes in all of Florida. Nowhere on the east coast of Florida can you find a 600 acre waterfront, buildable preserve surrounded by State Park lands within minutes of the intracoastal waterway.