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Live Here – Dock Here – Play Here
Situated between Lanceford and Soap Creek amid the lush grounds of the New Hope Plantation, the community of Oyster Bay Harbour blends small town charm with affordable low-country elegance. Our magnificent, gated community is located just minutes north of Jacksonville, Florida and features panoramic marsh front, lake front and wooded home sites.
At your option, membership to Oyster Bay Yacht Club is available. We also have a selection of deep water boat slips available in our modern, state-of-the-art marina which offers unparalleled access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean.
Privacy, the right amenities, superior location amid our graceful 200-year-old oak trees makes each of our heirloom properties a treasure to own. We welcome your inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
The community of Oyster Bay Harbour offers it’s residents a myriad of choices when it comes to enjoying the great outdoors. Located at Bay House, our Homeowner’s Association building, there is a beautiful pool with spacious patio deck, comfy lounge chairs, table seating and a bar-b-que grill for use when cooking up your favorite pool side menu for the family. If you would like to host an event at Bay House, residents can contact the association and make arrangements to rent the facilities for larger gatherings.Read more
Our Ancestor – New Hope Plantation
Oyster Bay Harbour offers its residents a bit of local history tucked in amid our stately and graceful oaks. In 1786, while under Spanish rule, King Charles IV made provision that although there would be no religion other than Catholic in Florida, willing settlers would not be forced to convert. Henry and Margaret O’Neill along with their three children were a part of a larger group who made the move soon after this edict was issued.Read more
Construction is up in Oyster Bay Harbour, Florida
Great news abounds – the US Census Bureau reports that home building was up 12% for December 2012 as compared to November 2012. And that marks a 37% jump compared to building starts just a year ago in December of 2011. Factors that influence this positive trend are multiple, such as a real demand after almost 5 years of construction stagnation, longterm low interest rates, a return to population growth in Florida after the 2008 exodus caused by job market contractions and more. For more information on this and related topics click HERE.
Here at Oyster Bay Harbour we see the evidence of the renewed building boom everyday.Read more
Introducing Chef Bill
With the departure of our famous Chef Tim, who has decided to move closer to his family in South Florida, the management and staff of the Oyster Bay Yacht Club is pleased to announce the addition of Chef William (Bill) Arras to the OBYC team! Chef Bill will arrive the first week of April to head up the OBYC culinary operation as Executive Chef.
Chef Bill comes to us from Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club where he managed the day-to-day operation and executed special events as the General Manager/Executive Chef. During his 9 years there, Chef Bill played an intricate role in Magnolias expansion. He designed the new dining concepts and menus which proved to be very successful with the club’s membership.Read more