Middleburg

This small Florida suburb offers residential tranquility, close proximity to popular recreation areas and easy access to larger cities.

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Our new construction homes for sale in Middleburg, FL are uniquely built for the way you want to live. One- and two-story floor plans have spacious great rooms, modern kitchens with abundant counter space, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, plus dens and lofts that can be converted to a home office or gym. Back patios are ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet. Our new Middleburg community also offers the financial benefit of no CDD fees. 

New Middleburg homes are located near dining, entertainment and shopping at Oakleaf Town Center, and conveniently close to hiking, horseback riding, fishing and camping at Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area. The community is zoned for the highly-rated Clay County School District and easily accessible to US-17, Cecil Commerce Center Parkway and Blanding Boulevard.

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Welcome to Middleburg

Middleburg is a small suburb in Clay County, Florida, eight miles from Lakeside, 16 miles northwest of Green Cove Springs and 26 miles southwest of downtown Jacksonville. Homeowners have access to family-friendly community parks with playgrounds, basketball, pickleball and tennis courts, picnic tables, grassy areas, covered pavilions and other recreational amenities. Nearby Spring Park offers the cooling waters of a spring-fed pool and swinging benches with water views, plus Clay County has destinations for hiking, fishing and kayaking. Middleburg features a variety of restaurants and grocery stores, including a Walmart Super Store, Publix and Winn-Dixie. Additional highlights of local life include:

  • Doctors Lake. This inlet is connected to St. Johns River and is popular among boaters who dock along the lake for recreational activities like fishing and waterskiing. Doctors Lake Park is a favorite for its sunset views and 320-foot pier.
  • Clay County Fairgrounds. Home of the Blue Ribbon Clay County Agricultural Fair, the fairgrounds hosts a full calendar of events, including dressage horse shows, 4H activities, team roping competitions and the Scottish-Highland Games.

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