Luxury Waterfront Community from $300s to $1M+
Providing investors rental projections between 11-18% gross rental rates.
Welcome to the newest experiential development in the Florida Panhandle, a truly ease-of-ownership opportunity where sea breezes from the Saint Joseph’s Bay dance across spacious patios and the onsite amenities are second to none.
The Overlook is a modern luxury community on the bay in Port St. Joe, a charming locale on the Forgotten Coast, with scalloping, horseback riding on the beach and exploring picturesque lighthouses to occupy your time during the day and walks on the beach and drinks on the 400-sq.-ft. rooftop with outdoor kitchen and pergola become part of your evening routine.
Positioned minutes from the downtown area, The Overlook is a 49-home coastal community like no other, featuring quality craftsmanship at the hands of Monolith Construction and a variety of home plans and furniture packages for the ultimate in convenient coastal living. Between the heated swimming pool, BBQ pavilion, clubhouse with community lounge with wet bar and bathroom, meeting rooms and gym, you’ll never want to go home — or maybe, you’re already there.
The new units at The Overlook range from 800 to 2,700 square feet with high end features such as exposed white washed white oak beams in living & kitchen, solid wood cabinetry with soft-close hinges, a GE stainless steel appliance package, high-end and waterproof marble-inspired quartz countertops in the kitchens and baths, and luxury vinyl tile.
Varying furniture packages for primary, vacation and rental properties, curated by Baker Design Co., are available for purchase.
Port St. Joe is a veritable wonderland of outdoor living, where boating, hunting, fishing, camping and hiking are at your fingertips and unspoiled beaches at your feet. The community offers direct access to the Intercoastal Waterway. Nearby marinas offer added convenience. Traditional yet laidback, straightforward yet friendly, you truly can have it all.
Renderings are not actuals and all units are expected to be completed together in spring 2023.