The phase will consist of 107 new lots adjacent to Watersound Origins’ activity center, the Village Commons.
Home packages and lots will be available next summer—homes that are currently available in the community are listed in the mid-$400’s range.
“We are thrilled for the new development phase of the Watersound Origins community,” said Bridget Precise, vice president of development. “In the last two years, we’ve seen almost 125 new homes built in the community, and we are excited to keep growing that number.”
As part of this, the company is also planning a permanent realignment of the Watersound Trail, which will continue through the new phase. Spanning five miles between Walton and Bay County, the Watersound Trail winds through St. Joe’s timberlands, beginning at the Village Commons and then connects with Gayle’s Trails in the Panama City Beach Conservation Park.
“We are proud to build a community that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle,” Precise said.
“We are looking forward to reopening the Watersound Trail in 2017, which is accessible in the Watersound Origins community and open to the public for walking, jogging or bicycling.”
These new additions will further enhance the unique outdoor amenities that are offered to Watersound Origins homeowners and to the surrounding community.