The Pines & Windmere
The Pines and Windemere Homes for Sale in Jensen Beach FL
Located adjacent to the new Jensen Beach High School, and Felix A. Williams elementary school, among Martin County's best schools, is only one reason why The Pines of Jensen Beach is so desirable.
Some residents have stated "sending our children to Felix A. Williams is like having a private school in our own back yard." And as far as Jensen Beach High School: "Our Kids can walk to the new High School".
In addition to the best schools, The Pines is located just 1.5 miles from the beautiful unspoiled beaches of Hutchinson Island, a fantastic public golf course is right next door, a regional park that offers little league and soccer and many family attractions. "we can play golf without the high cost just next door."
For others, the best shops of the Treasure Coast Mall with a new 13-plex theater are walking distance and grocery stores are located nearby.
World famous fishing is just a ride away. Stuart is known as the "Sailfish capital of the world."
Adjacent to the Pines, is the smaller community of Windemere and the Preserves. Currently, D.R. Horton is in the process of building brand new affordable homes in both the Pines and Windemere subdivisions at some very affordable prices.
There are just over 500 homes in these communities. The first homes were built in the Windemere community starting in 1996 with the Pines being built starting in 1998 and both communities had homes built through 2014. Home sizes range from a little under 1,350 sq. ft. of living area with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms along with a 2 car garage up to almost 4,000 sq. ft. with 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and a three car garage.
Many of these homes have private pools in the backyards and premium lots have some serene lake and pond views as well.
Neither the Pines or Windemere offer the amenities of a community pool or clubhouse which keeps the HOA fees quite low at $55.00 and $60.00 a month respectively.
When these developments were planned the original intent was to combine the two for ease of access. However the County decided to nix these plans as they felt that out of area residents would use Windemere Drive as a shortcut between US-1 and Jensen Beach and making a lot of congestion in this community.
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