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Waterways is a conservation-based community created by a well-respected development company, Fletcher Davis. Headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, Fletcher Davis has been in the development business since 1962. For more than 50 years, they have been actively involved in the development of numerous residential and commercial properties, including six master-planned golf course communities that comprise more than 15,000 residential units.
Their largest single development was the 5,300-acre Marsh Landing / Sawgrass community, created in conjunction with Arvida Corporation, and now home of the PGA Tour and THE PLAYERS Championship, one of the most prestigious tournaments in professional golf.
With localized in-depth market knowledge providing a distinct advantage for business opportunities and long-term investment partners, Fletcher Davis' integrity and values-based quality has provided the foundation for both long-standing relationships and communities to flourish.
Waterways is a conservation based community, and the natural topography of the land has inspired its planning. Thoughtful consideration has been given to create architectural guidelines that are authentic to our coastal region. Simply put, the homes at Waterways, with their deep porches and exposed rafter tails, encourage an elegantly relaxed lifestyle.
Our families enjoy the temperate climate of the low country from their very own porches. Whether you are looking for the southern elegance of a low country cottage, or a larger estate home with lagoon views, it would be our honor to help you find the perfect home.
With Waterways Marina under construction, it seems like everyone is talking about Waterways. Did you know that Waterways was recently named a Best Water View Community by ideal-LIVING? We were also just voted the BEST Community of the Coastal Empire by Savannah Morning News!
A birdseye view of Waterways at large.
A map of important locations in the surrounding community.
All you need to know about Waterways.