Do You Know About WaterSound Origins?

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WaterSound Origins is a true Coastal Village Community and is St. Joe's newest development situated off North 98 just west of 30Avenue in Inlet Beach.  Sales are going well there with 30 homes closed already this year and 31 homes currently pending in the local MLS. This neighborhood caters to both young families and empty nesters. It's ideal for those who are looking for more of a full-time home or a second home. There are no short term vacation rentals at WaterSound Origins. 

The 3,4 & 5 BR homes at WaterSound Origins start in the high $400s and go up to the $1.3 million range.  The homes are all styled in the coastal cottage architecture and include many upgraded features that today's buyers look for. You can even personalize some of your selections and we can help you with furniture packages to make it easy for you. 

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A little more about WaterSound Origins...

WaterSound Origins is a 1400 acre development with access to Lake Powell ~ one of Florida's largest coastal dune lakes. It is well located within minutes to the beaches on 30A, upscale shopping and restaurants, and a new elementary school is being built just west of the main entrance.

The amenities at WaterSound Origins are beautiful and ownership includes an amenity membership to the fitness center, community pool, golf at the Origins 6-hole regulation course, and access to the Lake Powell dock. There is also the WaterSound Trail, which is a 5-mile for runners, walkers and cyclists. (The trail is undergoing some realignment work right now and will be re-opening soon). There is a new phase that is just opening up next to the Village Commons activity center. There will be 107 homesites in this new phase with most being sold to builders. There are a few homesites available, however, for individual purchase for custom homes with prices from $179,000. - $203,000.

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