The King & Bear Community

Neighborhoods

The King & Bear residential community features fourteen diverse neighborhoods, each one offering a different look and style, a different feel and aura, but all of them a great place to call home.

World Golf Village entrance

Bearsford

One hundred and eight homes located among the lush conservation lands around Mill Creek, many adjacent to its twin lakes or bordering thick reserves.

The Crest

A live oak-canopied, 800-foot long entrance drive welcomes you to some of the most superlative golf views available anywhere in Northeast Florida.   Eighteen homes are surrounded by the King & Bear golf course and set off from the 15th, 16th, and 17th fairways by the largest, and longest, naturalized lakes on the property.  It’s stunning.

Grove Wood

One hundred and twenty-two homes, some of which lie adjacent to the Six Mile Creek preservation lands, while others are located next to a diverse lowland forest stretching all the way to Blackwater Creek. Most of the homes are positioned along quiet streets ending in landscaped cul-de-sacs.

Heritage Cove

Across the street from picturesque Heritage Oak Park, most of these nineteen homes face the King & Bear’s fairways and lakes with views of the windmill and clubhouse cupola. Towering live oak canopies shade it all.

Kingsbury

Forty-seven homes line its single street, ending in quiet cul-de-sacs at each end. Most are bordered by the neighborhood lake or the outer preserved conservation lands.

Lake Wood

With its shady live oak canopies and preserved forest borders, these twenty-seven homes offer stunning views of either water or conservation lands.

Laterra Links

One hundred and fifty-two townhouses, each with its own garage. The details are second-to-none, from colorful interlocking paving stones in the driveways and sidewalks to fully landscaped common grounds and ornamental fountains. There’s also dual clubhouses with a resort-style swimming pool, spa, fitness center and two catering kitchens.

Laterra

One hundred and forty-nine condominiums spread among three buildings that mimic the early 20th century architecural designs from the Henry Flagler era of St. Augustine. There’s an open-air atrium with a palm tree-lined swimming pool and independent full-service spa and salon on site.

Oakwood

Twenty-four homes under towering live oaks. A sylvan community feel, ideal for nature lovers who seek quiet serenity at home.

Stone Wood

Perfect for those seeking serenity and luxury, it’s enveloped by conservation lands and a densely wooded greenbelt. Only seven homes, each offering a private backyard setting against wooded preserves.

The Estates

There are no second-rate views here. Either lots featuring the first hole of the King & Bear or lush conservation backdrops. Ten homes are positioned on prime real estate along Registry Boulevard between the East Gate and golf clubhouse.

Tuscan Wood

A little known gem tucked into the King & Bear, it’s a maintenance-free single-family neighborhood with its own community sub-association. A single lane is lined with thirty two-story, cottage-style homes on deep lots. More than half overlook a broad lake adjacent to conservation lands. Live oaks and landscaped vistas make the backyards and pool areas private and serene.

Waterbury by the Links

An ideal community for golf enthusiasts and nature lovers. Its 127 homes nearly frame out the entire King & Bear’s front nine holes, many also flanked by wooded conservation lands.

Wildwood

Nestled into a quiet, scenic section of the King & Bear, these fifty-nine homes are positioned on lots backing up to either a lake, park, or densely-wooded conservation lands.