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Palm Coast Neighborhood Guide

Neighborhoods of Palm Coast

The neighborhoods of Palm Coast have been planned with street names of the same letter.  You can ask any of the residents and you will have a geographic area of their residence.  There are exceptions to this with smaller communities within the larger neighborhoods.

The following list is divided by location of the neighborhoods within the City of Palm Coast. 

Northern Located Neighborhoods:

Borders:  North of Palm Coast Parkway to County line

Palm Harbor – the “F” and “C” Sections

The original neighborhoods developed in Palm Coast, today remains one of the highly desirable areas to call home.  There are a variety homes that are bordered by miles of saltwater canals with access to the Intracoastal Waterway.  The Palm Harbor area is undergoing a redevelopment of the shopping center as Island Walk at Palm Coast is presently under construction with several big box stores and Publix to occupy new spaces.   A unique area, Palm Harbor hosts many amenities including shopping centers, a marina, community center, golf course, office parks and condominium complexes as well as natural walkways with scenic overlooks of the Intracoastal Waterway as well as the Palm Coast Yacht Club.  Situated east of the Route 95 Interstate, destinations such as the beach and cities to the north and south are within a short driving distance.  A desirable neighborhood with a variety of natural interests can be your new home.

Indian Trails – the “B” Section

One of the most northerly neighborhoods with a very desirable location for many families, Indian Trails stretches from Palm Coast Parkway to Route One to Matanzas Parkway and is in the close proximity of St. Augustine to the north.  In this neighborhood you will find the Flagler County Public Library, which serves over 55,000 cardholders, the Indian Trails Athletic Fields, home for soccer and lacrosse tournaments, Heroes Memorial Park, as well as the Flagler Adult Education Center.  Single-family homes, duplexes and an apartment complex are all located within Indian Trails along with an elementary, middle school and high school!  A variety of home sites are available in Indian Trails including lakeside and fresh water canal properties.

Matanzas Woods – the “L” Section

Matanzas Woods is the closest Palm Coast neighborhood to the historical city of St. Augustine on Route One just about 25 miles to the north.  The “L” section is undergoing some potential growth with the planned new access ramps for Interstate 95 which is projected to begin in 2015.  There are many single-family homes with a scattering of duplexes built around a now defunct golf course which was just purchased by new owners in 2014.  This neighborhood is located north of Matanzas Woods Parkway at the northern edge of Indian Trails and stretches from the west on Route One to the east on Old Kings Road which is a short cut to the Palm Coast Parkway area.  There are a variety of housing options available from beautiful single-family homes, to duplexes, as well as vacant lots for you to design and build your dream home.


Centrally Located Neighborhoods:   

Borders:  South at Route 100 to the North at Palm Coast Parkway

Belle Terre, the “P” Section

The most northern part of the “P” Section, the Belle Terre section can be found near the Buddy Taylor Middle School and Wadsworth Elementary School on Belle Terre Parkway.  Just a short distance to main routes for travel and amenities, the Belle Terre street names begin with “Pa”, “Pe”, and “Pr”.  The “P” section is centrally located with easy access for travel in all directions and within minutes of the beach, City of Bunnell, and shopping opportunities at Palm Coast Landings at Town Center or a short jaunt to St. Augustine to the north or Ormond Beach or Daytona Beach to the south. The Belle Terre Swim and Racquet Club is also located in this area.  Primarily single-family homes with some income producing duplexes can be found in this neighborhood.

Cypress Knoll, the “E” Section:

Located to the southern end of the County, Cypress Knoll or the “E” section and home of the Cypress Knoll Golf Club, designed by Gary Player in 1989, this neighborhood can be found off Belle Terre Parkway near the corner of Route 100 (Moody Boulevard) and Palm Coast Landings at Town Center with Target and Publix shopping centers.  This two-part neighborhood has the quickest access to Flagler Beach, straight down Route 100 and is close the Flagler County Municipal Airport as well as Interstate 95 and Route One. Cypress Knoll is also home to native wetlands and natural lakes that make up of many parts of Palm Coast.  Palm Coast Flagler High School, Flagler Auditorium, as well as the City of Bunnell are also easily accessed from Cypress Knoll as well as other destinations both near and far.  Listen to the whistle of the East Coast Railroad as it travels the tracks passing through the City of Bunnell. Cypress Knoll is the smallest non-gated community where you will find neighborhoods of well-maintained single-family homes.

Lehigh Woods, the “R” Section

Bordered on four sides with U.S. Route One to the west, White View Parkway to the north, Belle Terre Parkway to the east, and Royal Palms Parkway to the south, Lehigh Woods is the neighborhood for “R” names streets.  In this section you will find the Rymfire Elementary School with a public playground, basketball courts, and skate park next door.  There is easy access to Belle Terre Parkway or Route One with destinations in all directions.   There are many entrance routes for accessing the neighborhoods of Lehigh Woods.  Traveling around town to the Palm Coast Landings at Town Center or Flagler Beach is easy.  There are nature trails located at the southern border of Royal Palm Parkway which connects to other trails around town.  This neighborhood has a collection of single-family homes as well as income producing duplexes.

Pine Grove, the “P” Section

The “P” Section is one of the largest and is separated into two communities.  The Belle Terre section is located to the north near the Buddy Taylor Middle School and Wadsworth Elementary School.  The Pine Grove area is located to the south off Belle Terre Parkway with this neighborhood’s streets beginning with “Pi”, “Po”, and “Ph”.  In its centralized location, you will have easy access main roads, shopping, Flagler Auditorium, Flagler Palm Coast High School, the Flagler County Municipal Airport, as well as Palm Coast Landings at Town Center.  There are many natural wonders found in the Pine Grove area for fauna and fresh water canals.  This is a growing area where a new multi-home neighborhood is in the beginning of construction.

Pine Lakes, the “W” Section

This area is a neighborhood which surrounds the Arnold Palmer designed golf course at the Pine Lakes Country Club is a combination of beautiful golf course homes including luxury golf villas and condominiums.  The Pine Lakes area begins at the border of the Palm Coast Parkway and stretches to Route One, along the southern border to Whiteview Parkway then to Belle Terre Parkway just a quick jaunt to Route 95 and Route 1. Primarily a single-family home area, you will find well maintained properties and diversified residents which included families, couples, and individuals.   There are presently two non-gated communities within Pine Lakes that offer a unique living experience such as Arlington and The Hamptons.  A highly desired neighborhood with close proximity to amenities throughout the city could be your place to call home.

Woodlands, the “BL” Section

This neighborhood is undergoing a re-vitalization as many of the homes were built in the 1970’s and is a diamond in the rough to the east of Route 95, and one of the first neighborhoods in the early days of Palm Coast.  Sandwiched between Old Kings Road and Colbert Lane, this neighborhood is adjoined by a 3,500 acre conversation area, therefore, the name the Woodlands!  Easy access to amenities and shopping on the Palm Coast Parkway as well as other destinations near and far, make this an ideal location to call home.  Golf courses, a marina, the Hammock Dunes toll bridge, as well as the new Island Walk at Palm Coast, which is under construction on the Palm Coast Parkway,  are close by.  You will find single-family homes in this charming neighborhood with mature landscaping that make home relaxing.

Southern Located Neighborhoods:

Borders:  Route 100 (Moody Boulevard) south to Route One.

Quail Hollow, the “K”, “Z”, and “LL” Sections

Just south of Route 100 (Moody Boulevard) Quail Hollow is a large community with sections of street names beginning with the “K”, “Z”, and “LL”.  There is a great deal of growth in this upcoming neighborhood, just about two miles east of the Flagler County Airport and Palm Coast Landing at Town Center shopping where you will find  Target and other brand name stores as well as several restaurants.  From Route 100 (Moody Boulevard)  to  Route One, Quail Hollow is close to Ormond Beach or Daytona Beach to the south with all points east and west readily available on roadways that lead in all directions. Listen to the whistle of the East Coast Railroad as it travels the tracks passing through the City of Bunnell several times a day.   If you enjoy Florida country living look no further! You are in the right place as natural elements of lakes and forested areas surround you providing a quiet serenity with the city of Palm Coast just a short drive away.  Many homes are single-family with water frontage on lakes and ponds as well as an income producing duplexes with a great deal of the lots undeveloped at this time.

Seminole Woods, the “S” and “U” Sections

Seminole Woods, known as the “S” and “U” Sections with the streets within this area all begin with the letter “S” or the letter “U”, is the closest neighborhood to Flagler Beach, which is only four miles away to the east as well as the Florida Hospital, Flagler campus. With the Flagler County Municipal Airport to the north and Route 95 to the south, Seminole Woods is a developing community with single-family homes as well as an apartment complex a brief drive from Route One.  Quiet streets with single-family homes offer a new buyer peace, quiet, and serenity amongst the natural beauty of the area, as well as vacant lots for building your dream home just ten miles south of Palm Coast Parkway.  The “S” section is also home to a public park with a playground, tennis courts, and basketball court.  Easy access to the beach and destinations to the south, make this an ideal neighborhood to call home.


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