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New York Times Report: St. Johns Healthiest County in Florida

Posted by Nocatee Community

5/14/15 10:24 AM

The New York Times Quality of Life Study (June 2014) ranked St. Johns County as the highest in Florida.

Out of the 3,135 counties in the United States, St. Johns County came in at the top 4 percent nationwide with its 113th ranking. The study looked at various quality of life indicators, including education, median household income, unemployment rate, life expectancy  and obesity.

The No. 1 ranking is no surprise for growing families as the area is known for its A+ schools. Since 2010, St. Johns County has been the highest ranked school system in the state. The First Coast’s low cost of living, job opportunities, warm weather, better-than-average quality of life, proximity to the beach and retirement are all notable reasons that families relocate from colder, Northern cities.

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Over 85 percent of the Nocatee is located in St. Johns County. Current Nocatee community members, like the Millers, are happy to share why their family decided to move to the area. To see the full news-report and an interview with one Nocatee family by ActionNewsJax, click here.

To learn more about affordable new homes at Nocatee, stop by the Nocatee Welcome Center or call 1-800-NOCATEE.




St. Johns County Healthiest in Florida

Topics: Nocatee Schools, Nocatee in the News, St. Johns County, Growing Families, Relocation, Real Estate Trends, Established Families