Frequently Asked Questions
The estate residences of River Landing at Twenty Mile will be nestled in a natural showcase of parks, tree-lined streets, and breathtaking Intracoastal Waterway views within Nocatee.
The PARC Group, Nocatee's award-winning master developer, is currently selling both waterfront and preserve homesites.
Where is the entrance to River Landing?
River Landing is a part of the Twenty Mile community in Nocatee. The entrance to River Landing is on the east side of the Colony neighborhood in Twenty Mile. For a map of the Nocatee community, visit www.explorenocatee.com.
How many homesites are there in River Landing and what is the average size?
River Landing at Twenty Mile features 104 estate homesites ranging from 1/2 to 1 acre, which are approximately 90’ – 120’ wide and approximately 180’ – 200+’ deep.
Do River Landing residents have full access to Nocatee's amenities?
Yes, River Landing is a part of Nocatee and the Tolomato Community Development District. Qualified residents will receive access to Nocatee's amenities when they close on the purchase of their homesite. A description of the CDD, including the amenities, can be found by clicking here.
Does River Landing have secured access?
Yes, River Landing has an unmanned security gate.
Is there be a neighborhood amenity or a centralized park area? Will that include a dock?
Residents of River Landing at Twenty Mile enjoy a private central park with a screened pavilion complete with a waterfront deck, two boat slips, and a covered area. Click HERE to view photos of River Landing Park.
Do the waterfront homesites include permits for a private dock?
Yes, homesites fronting the Intracoastal Waterway include private dock permits.
Is the neighborhood golf cart accessible?
Yes, the River Landing neighborhood is both golf cart and electric-vehicle friendly and is connected to the Nocatee trail system.
What are the CDD fees for this neighborhood?
The CDD includes the debt portion and the operations and maintenance fee, and is included on your annual tax bill. The fees range between $3,285 and $3,446 a year, varied based on the width of the homesite.
What are the Homeowners Association Fees for River Landing at Twenty Mile?
The Homeowners association fees are $2,400 a year. That includes the amenity, entry gate, landscaping and management of private roads.
When will the neighborhood Architectural Review Board (ARB) Guidelines be released?
The River Landing ARB Guidelines may be found here.
What schools will River Landing be zoned for?
River Landing students are in the St. Johns County School District. Presently, River Landing students will be zoned for Palm Valley Academy (K-8) and Nease High School. All school zonings are subject to change by the St. John County School District.
What internet providers will be in the neighborhood?
AT&T (1-855-975-0078) and Xfinity/Comcast (1-800-934-6489). For specific service needs, please contact the provider directly.
What is the zip code for River Landing at Twenty Mile?
The neighborhood is located in Ponte Vedra, Florida and the zip/ postal code is 32081.
Is pre-qualification required to submit a commitment?
Yes. All buyers that submit a commitment letter will be required to provide either a Pre-Approval letter from a reputable lender (for those financing their purchase) or a Funds Verification Letter (for those planning to pay cash). To submit a pre-approval or funds verification letter, click here.
What is a Pre-Approval Letter?
A Pre-Approval Letter is a letter from a reputable lender stating that you qualify for the necessary financing for the homesite and home. The letter must be written on the lender’s letterhead and include the contact information for the lender representative, your name, and the amount that you will be qualified to finance.
Buyers for the Intracoastal homesites must be pre-approved for at least $3 million and buyers for the preserve homesites must be pre-approved for at least $1.8 million.
What is a Verification of Funds Letter?
A Verification of Funds Letter is a letter from a reputable bank, brokerage house or investment management firm stating your ability to pay cash for the homesite and home. The letter must be written on the institution’s letterhead and include the contact information of their representative, your name, and a verification that that funds necessary to purchase the homesite and home are available. Buyers for the Intracoastal homesites must receive funds verification for at least $3 million, and buyers for the preserve homesites must receive funds verification for at least $1.8 million.
What banking institutions are experienced in providing Pre-Approval Letters and financing for custom homes?
While Pre-Approval Letters by any reputable lender will be considered, click here for a list of lenders experienced in financing the purchase of homesites and the construction of custom homes.
HOMESITE SALES PROCESS
How do I submit a qualification letter for River Landing at Twenty Mile?
Your Pre-Approval Letter or Verification of Funds Letter may be submitted via the following link or at the time of offer. Submit Letter Here.
Can I meet with a sales agent to answer questions and tour the homesites?
Yes, but the number of available appointments may be limited depending on the number of requests.
Am I required to meet with a sales representative to submit a commitment letter?
No. All prospective buyers that are pre-qualified may submit commitments to purchase a homesite without meeting with a sales agent.
Can I submit commitments on multiple homesites at one time?
Yes. If you submit commitments on multiple homesites, please rank each homesite in your order of preference.
HOMESITE CONTRACT TERMS
Will a deposit be required and will it be refundable?
Yes, a deposit is required upon the signing of a contract for the purchase of a homesite in the amount of $25,000 for a preserve homesite and $50,000 for a waterfront homesite. The deposit is fully refundable during the “Inspection Period”, which will be thirty (30) days after signing. After that time, the deposit will be non-refundable and will be credited at closing.
What information will be made available to me for inspection?
Sitemap, Purchase and Sale Agreement, lot soil borings, lot plans, and amenity concepts.
When will I be able to close on a purchase of a homesite?
Upon the signing of a contract, a thirty (30) day inspection period will begin. After that time, a "Notice to Close" will be issued and the closing will take place within 30 days.
Will I be able to purchase a homesite and re-sell it without building a home?
Buyers will be asked to represent that they intend to build a home on the homesite and that it is not being purchased as an investment. Accordingly, the deed of the homesite will prohibit selling the homesite for 30 months after closing unless the buyer has first commenced construction of a home on the homesite.
Can I assign my contract to another buyer?
No, agreements for the purchase of a homesite will not be assignable.
NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION
Can I have the opportunity to select my own builder?
Yes, but all builders must be approved by the Architectural Review Board. A list of pre-approved builders can be found HERE.
Will there be architectural requirements for my custom home?
The overall architectural vision for River Landing has been established to create a community embodying a "timeless" quality. Such a vision will be realized through a variety of classical and regional architectural styles indicative of "Coastal Living", combined with authentic detailing and use of high-quality materials. The River Landing ARB Guidelines are available HERE.
Is there minimum or maximum size for the homes in River Landing?
Homes on the preserve homesites must be between 3,500 and 6,000 square feet. Homes on the waterfront homesites must be at least 4,500 square feet and up.
Are the lots cleared or left natural?
While some of the preserve homesites will be cleared, the majority will be left natural. All waterfront lots will be left natural.
How far above sea level are the homesites?
The homesites have natural elevations anywhere from 7 to 9 feet above sea level and the finished floor elevations for the homes, set by the engineers, are anywhere from 10 to 13 feet above sea level.
Is the neighborhood subject to Covenants and Restrictions?
Yes, covenants establish procedures for architectural approvals and construction, and general neighborhood restrictions, For example, fencing, screen enclosures and swimming pools are allowed so long as they comply with the Architectural Review Board standards, but the covenants also includes other provisions such as a prohibition on basketball courts, trampolines, and vehicles parking in the street overnight. There will also be a restriction on the ability to rent a home.
What building materials can be used for construction?
The Architectural Review Board allows for both concrete block and wood frame construction homes.