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Water Color
A Southern Coastal Landscape

WaterColor - Website
1701 E. County Hwy. 30A
Seagrove Beach, Florida 32459
Walton County
Telephone: (850) 231-6500 or
Toll Free: (877) 459-4537

Water Color Retirement Community Features:

WaterColor Inn: Facing the Gulf of Mexico, the WaterColor Inn combines the hospitality associated with traditional grand hotels, the intimacy of a boutique inn and the charm of classic Southern beach houses. Designed by David Rockwell, the Inn offers 60 spacious, luxuriously appointed rooms and Fish Out of Water, a gourmet restaurant and sushi bar overlooking the beach.

Community Town Center: A collection of retail shops, restaurants, offices, parks, and the WaterColor Market.

Beach Club: Private club for resort guest and owners offers oversized pool deck, beachside restaurant and crow’s nest bar overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Towel service and beach sundries, fully-equipped changing rooms with showers and lockers are also provided.

Camp Creek Golf Course: Designed by Tom Fazio, Camp Creek is an 18-hole, par-72 championship course winding through native wetlands and woodlands. Camp Creek is located seven miles east of WaterColor.

Water Color Retirement Community Details:

WaterColor is a growing new coastal community blessed with talcum white beaches, a native forest of pine and magnolia, and a rare coastal dune lake located along the Gulf of Mexico in Northwest Florida. The town plan, designed by Cooper Robertson & Partners, evokes a time when communities were built with care and real neighborhoods had shops, restaurants, offices, and parks all within walking distance of home. WaterColor Inn & Resort offers an array of natural and recreational amenities for owners and guests, including the Western Lake Marina Park with amphitheatre, community BoatHouse, Cerulean Park, Beach Club, dune walkovers leading to the beach, as well as tennis, golf, bikes and fly-fishing.

Nearly half of the property will be devoted to open space, walking trails, and pristine coastal preserves. The developer is the St. Joe Company, one of Florida's largest landowners. All homes use a regional palette of landscape and architecture and are oriented toward the street with deep front porches. Low fences or hedges provide subtle delineation between the public areas and the semi-private space of front yards and porches.

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