My wife, friends, and I have put in many miles jogging through the tree lined streets and wonderful trails that wind behind and through some of the most beautiful architecture you will ever see in a coastal community. We have biked through the streets to go watch sunsets from the boat dock at the end of Vermilion. I have enjoyed many meals at Chan’s Wine World, and have eaten tons of sushi that was masterfully created by Slade at The Gathering Spot at Watercolor Inn. Even though I don’t live in Watercolor (outside of my pay grade) I truly love this community, and so do thousands of other people who come here every year to enjoy the beauty and grace of this master planned community. Sure there are spas, restaurants, boutique stores, and several pools for owners to enjoy, but in my opinion the real star is nearly 500 acres dedicated to green spaces and natural preservation resulting in breathtaking views. You could spend so much time weaving through the neighborhood that you would almost forget about Watercolor’s beach access to sugar white sands and emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. But it is there, and it is awesome. Watercolor is adjacent to Seaside offering access to even more shopping and restaurants. Watercolor Crossing is where you will find Publix grocery and Pizza by the Sea. Plan one of your mornings to attend the local farmers markets at Seaside (just a short bike ride away).
Watercolor home owners enjoy the following;
* Stunning Architecture
* Boutique Stores
* Natural Beauty
* Winding Paths and Boardwalks
* Rejuvenating Spas
* Award Winning Restaurants
* Community Pools
* Free Outdoor Events Like Movies and Concerts
If you are interested in finding your dream beach cottage in Watercolor, or if you are a Watercolor home owner and would like to discuss listing your home for sale, please call Jeff Phillips at 850-238-2883.