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The SouthWood Community

The master-planned, conservation-minded SouthWood community is a vibrant neighborhood located in Tallahassee, Florida. Residents can meander through more than 1,000 acres of green space, including parks and hiking and biking trails. Explore the 123-acre Central Park and Lake or lounge in the shade of grand Live Oak trees draped in Spanish moss. SouthWood also features neighborhood schools and community events, and for residents wanting to venture out, it's close to the capital city of Tallahassee with access to businesses, culture and restaurants.


 

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    Local builders are eager to help you build your next home in the SouthWood community. Visit the contact page for a full list of available builders.

     Actual development of SouthWood may not be as currently proposed and no guarantee is made that any future improvements, facilities, and features of SouthWood will be built or, if built, will be of the same type, size, or nature as currently described or contemplated. The materials and features and amenities described and depicted herein are based upon current development plans, which are subject to change without notice. Room dimensions and square footages are approximations.  Map not drawn to scale. ©2021 The St. Joe Company. “JOE”, “SouthWood, a St. Joe Hometown” and the “SouthWood Leaf” design are registered service marks of The St. Joe Company. Ownership of a residence in the SouthWood community does not grant any use of, or access to, any club which may be constructed in the community, and which may require the purchase of separate memberships pursuant to the club’s rules. The St. Joe Company does not guarantee the obligations of, nor provide any warranties for unaffiliated parties who build homes or offer services in the SouthWood community. This material shall not constitute an offer in any jurisdiction where prior registration or other advance qualifications of real property is required and has not been completed.  Void where prohibited by law.  Equal Housing Opportunity. 

    Obtain the Property Report required by Federal Law and read it before signing anything. No federal agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of this property.”