Timberland Ridge at Nocatee is located within Duval County. Timberland Ridge has 133 home sites with many backing up to water and preserve. Three great builders at Timberland Ridge that include David Weekley Homes, Providence Homes and ICI Homes. The HOA is $600/year. CDD $1853-2122/year.
Of course….residents of Timberland Ridge also have access to ALL of the resort amenities and activities included within Nocatee. For more information check out Nocatee.com. For more information regarding the HOA check out TimberlandRidgeHOA.com
If you wish to be represented by a Realtor you will need to contact your Realtor BEFORE visiting any new neighborhoods or sales models. Many builders nowadays will not let you have Realtor representation if you visit them and register without your Realtor. If you have already visited and spoken with a Builder’s Salesperson….you will need to contact the Builder’s Salesperson ASAP and let them know you want to have Realtor Representation.
For Buyers Only Realty is not affiliated with any Builder or Developer. We Are Exclusive Buyer’s Agents and we do not work for Sellers or Builders in order to provide 100% unbiased representation and full fiduciary to our Buyer-Clients with absolutely zero conflict of interest. There is absolutely no fee for our services as we are paid out of the Builder’s marketing account. FYI – It is illegal for Builders to discount homes for Buyer’s that do not have a Realtor. So be sure that you do not give up your right for your own protection by having an Exclusive Buyer’s Agent to assist you in your house negotiations, helping you navigate all the complexities of understanding and choosing the right structural options and determining the right ratio of how much to spend on design center options, working on your behalf on all interactions with the builder on the various meetings and stages of home construction (pre-construction meetings, form boards install, plumbing rough-in, slab pour, framing, roofing, and electrical, pre-drywall meetings, etc, etc, all the way to Dwight’s famous Blue Tape walks (the first walk) and on to completion and final walk and closing day.