Naturewalk at Seagrove
For those looking to escape in a different, more relaxed manner.
What are buyers truly looking for when shopping for seasonal or retirement homes, or for places to vacation? Answers will vary according to individual desires, but it’s safe to say what everyone ultimately seeks is a place of relaxation and escape.
For those searching homes or rental properties in Santa Rosa Beach, nothing delivers a greater sense of relaxation and rejuvenation than NatureWalk, a tranquil 155-acre community developed by Kolter Homes. Located in the 30A neighborhood of Seagrove one half-mile from the Gulf of Mexico beaches, NatureWalk is a private, idyllic living experience carved out of dense forest on the edge of the 15,000 acre Point Washington State Park.
An 800-foot timber entrance bridge cutting over a swath of wetlands is the first indication that NatureWalk is a portal to a road less traveled. Secluded hiking, biking and walking trails offer the chance to explore the magnificent and still pure local environment, and various amenities throughout the neighborhood including barbecue areas, fire pits, hammocks and The Gathering Place, a clubhouse with an adult lap pool and children’s beach entry pool, help foster a sense of close-knit community.
NatureWalk’s two-, three- and four-bedroom beach cottage-style homes feature spacious, well-lit interiors with tasteful designer touches, full guest suites, and balconies and patios overlooking native landscaping and wooded nature preserves. Though it feels like a world away from the commotion of day-to-day life, NatureWalk is just minutes from the shopping, dining and culture of WaterColor and Seaside. During the high season there are even shuttles to run guests and residents to the beach, though many prefer to make the short trek on bikes.