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St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

4 5.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 4485   Year: 2006 Acres: 0.000  

Amazing opportunity to own beautiful parcel with over 500 ft of...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Acreage

Jacksonville

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Florida

Acres: 15.740  

Located on a private cul-de-sac lined with moss-laden oak trees...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

5 6.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 5589   Year: 1998 Acres: 0.000  

Ultimate family living in this beautiful 2 story all red brick...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

6 6.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 5018   Year: 1978 Acres: 0.000  

FOUR SPRAWLING, PRIVATE ACRES, AND 200 OF RIVERFRONT SUNRISES...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

5 6.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 5558   Year: Acres: 0.000  
Audrey Richie Lackie, Agent

North Florida Keys - Riverfront/Pool/Gym - Welcome to your own...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

4 3.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 2700   Year: 1985 Acres: 0.000  

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St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

5 5.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 0   Year: 2007 Acres: 0.000  

Classic European Elegance is now available in Mandarin on a 2.8...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

6 7.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 5545   Year: 1974 Acres: 0.000  

RARE FIND IN FLORIDA! PROPERTY IS CONSIDERED ON THE RIVER...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Commercial

0 0.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 1080   Year: 1942 Acres: 1.740  

9970 HECKSCHER DR...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Commercial

0 0.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 0   Year: 1942 Acres: 1.000  

Immerse yourself in the splendors of the St Johns Riverfront...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Lot

Jacksonville

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Florida

Acres: 1.000  

Beautiful condo at the highly desirable Villa Riva! Located on...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Condo

3 3.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 2935   Year: 2005 Acres: 0.000  

This amazing Villa Riva condo has expansive river views. Sit out...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Condo

3 3.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 2275   Year: 2005 Acres: 0.000  

Long water views abound set on cozy Plummer's Cove. Bring your...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

3 0.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 1764   Year: 1952 Acres: 0.000  

One of the biggest units in the building!!! Come and see this...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Condo

3 3.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 2543   Year: 1981 Acres: 0.000  

Don't miss this opportunity to live on the water and enjoy the...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Home

5 5.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 3360   Year: 2000 Acres: 0.000  

Welcome to a rare river view lot in prestigious Epping Forest...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

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Jacksonville

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Florida

Acres: 0.320  

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St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Lot

Jacksonville

,

Florida

Acres: 0.400  

ST. JOHNS RIVER LOT! Beautiful, cleared lot on the St Johns...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Lot

Jacksonville

,

Florida

Acres: 0.000  
Gloria Worley Broker/Owner, Agent

9966 HECKSCHER DR...

St. Johns River - Duval County 

Riverfront  Commercial

0 0.0  

Jacksonville

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Florida

Sq Ft: 0   Year: 1976 Acres: 0.000  
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St. Johns River - Duval County Information

The St. Johns is the longest river in Florida - 310 miles long. It is one of the few rivers in the United States that flows north. The land area that drains into a water body is called a drainage basin - also called a watershed. The St. Johns is divided into three drainage basins. Because the river flows north, the upper basin is the area to the south that forms its marshy headwaters. The middle basin is the area in central Florida where the river widens forming lakes
The St. Johns is the longest river in Florida - 310 miles long. It is one of the few rivers in the United States that flows north. The land area that drains into a water body is called a drainage basin - also called a watershed. The St. Johns is divided into three drainage basins. Because the river flows north, the upper basin is the area to the south that forms its marshy headwaters. The middle basin is the area in central Florida where the river widens forming lakes Harney, Jesup. Monroe and George. The lower basin is the area in Northeast Florida from Putnam County to the river's mouth in Duval County. The source of the river, or headwaters, is a large marshy area in Indian River County It flows north and turns eastward at Jacksonville to its mouth in the Atlantic Ocean. The width of the river varies. It is a broad marsh at its headwaters and averages more than two miles in width between Palatka and Jacksonville. It widens to form large lakes in central Florida. The total drop of the river from its source in swamps south of Melbourne to its mouth in the Atlantic near Jacksonville is less than 30 feet, or about one inch per mile, making it one of the "laziest" rivers in the world. Because the river flows slowly, it is difficult to flush pollutants. Major pollution sources include discharges from wastewater treatment plants and runoff from urban and agricultural areas after it rains. This runoff carries pesticides and other pollutants into streams that lead to the river. Pollution is concentrated around urban areas. Saltwater enters the river at its mouth in Jacksonville. In periods of low water, tides may cause a reverse flow as far south as Lake Monroe - 161 miles upstream from the rivers mouth. Major tributaries, or smaller streams and rivers that flow into the St. Johns River include the Wekiva River, Econlockhatchee River and the Ocklawaha River. The St. Johns basin is actually an ancient intracoastal lagoon system. As sea levels dropped barrier islands became an obstacle that prevented water from flowing east to the ocean. Instead, the water collected in the flat valley and slowly meandered northward for about 300 miles. This formed the St. Johns River.
Are Jet Skis permitted on St. Johns River - Duval County? Yes
Are Boat Docks permitted at St. Johns River - Duval County? Yes
Are Power Boats permitted at St. Johns River - Duval County? Yes
What is the Lake Depth at St. Johns River - Duval County? Varies but it is over 20 feet in the channel
What are the Nearby Cities to St. Johns River - Duval County? Deland, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Ocala, Gainesville
What is the Closest Airport to St. Johns River - Duval County? Daytona, 45 miles, Orlando, 60 miles

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