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Marsh Landing

Marsh Landing is the premier gated community in Northeast Coastal Florida, ideally located in Ponte Vedra Beach on a barrier island, just 18 minutes south of Jacksonville. Ponte Vedra Beach is located in St. Johns County, the fourth wealthiest county in the state.

Once inside the gates of Marsh Landing, you will discover the natural beauty of the pristine Northeastern Atlantic coast of Florida (often referred to as “The First Coast”) and the best of North Florida living. Our community of more than 1,000 homes encompasses an 18 hole Ed Seay/Palmer design championship golf course, 10 Har-Tru tennis courts, two parks, beautiful marshes and ponds, access to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) and an active community with many clubs for diverse interests. Our active Homeowners Association has always maintained a balanced budget with long-range planning.

Our hometown – Ponte Vedra Beach – is composed of miles of white sandy ocean beaches were sunbathing, surfing, fishing, and boogie boarding are enjoyed. Beautiful nature preserves with kayak and walking tours are nearby. First-rate public schools, world-class golf and tennis, nearby shopping centers, live music, theater and concerts, and many local and upscale dining options add to the story.

Ponte Vedra Beach is the home of the PGA Tour and the annual Players Championship (remember the island green on 17!) and headquarters of the ATP World Tour for tennis professionals. For the fisherman, there are the nationally recognized annual Kingfish Shootout and Wahoo Shootout Tournaments. We also present several surfing contests each year.

The St. Johns County School District is consistently ranked among the best in the state and for the past four years running, the district has been ranked #1 in the state on the basis of FCAT testing.  All Ponte Vedra Beach public schools have received an A rating for nine consecutive years. The graduation rate is 93.3 percent, higher than the state average of 81.2 percent.  District Facts


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