The World Golf Village has residents of all sorts, each with their own special view of the community. We recently caught up with Ernie B. Davidson, a resident with a unique perspective on life here and a great personality to boot. Here’s a look at 3-year-old Ernie and his life in World Golf Village.
First of all, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to chat. How long have you lived here in World Golf Village? “I was born and raised here. I live in GroveWood in the King & Bear with my mom, an uncle, and a cat-brother Hubert. They are very good servants except for Hubert, who is decidedly unaccommodating. Mom keeps saying I have a new brother or sister coming soon, but I don’t know how to feel about that.”
GroveWood has a sense of arrival that feels like a warm hug for residents of this King & Bear community in World Golf Village. Traveling the serene four miles from the King & Bear entrance to the “Welcome to GroveWood” sign is the perfect way to relax after a long day at work. As a GroveWood resident myself, I know first hand that as you take in the community’s natural beauty, you find yourself unwinding and feeling calm and centered. Come along with me and Davidson Realty’s new construction expert, Jennifer Todd, as we explore the family-friendly streets and the buzz of new home construction in GroveWood.
Welcome to Inland Homes’ Amherst spec home in the King & Bear! In the past couple of months, you’ve been introduced to Adam Roller, President and Chief Operating Officer for the company’s St. Augustine operations, and learned about Inland’s excellent customer service by going behind the scenes of their pre-dry wall inspection. This month, Adam describes their new home introduction – another great example of how Inland Homes takes care of their customers through the entire building process!
In November, national homebuilder Standard Pacific Homes closed on 16 homesites in the neighborhood of GroveWood in our St. Augustine golf course community. Standard Pacific Homes will soon break ground on four spec homes on the GroveWood lots, ranging from about 2,500 to 3,500 square feet. Pricing will start in high $200,000s. The featured floor plans include the Kingfisher (2,469 square feet), Cambridge (3,051 square feet), Belmont (3,536 square feet), Carisbrooke (3,226 square feet) and the Palladium (2,912 square feet). An extensive list of upgrades come standard on all the homes. Davidson Realty’s Mirtha Barzaga was the Realtor for the transaction.
Founded in 1965, Standard Pacific Homes has built 113,000 houses nationwide over nearly five decades. As they have grown, Standard Pacific Homes has remained faithful to our original vision: to build thoughtfully designed homes, well-crafted to provide quality of life for the families who live in them and complement the neighborhoods they share.