San Marco

A neighborhood south of Downtown and across the St. Johns River, San Marco has a long history in Jacksonville. The area was occupied continuously long before Downtown Jacksonville.  San Marco was the site of the ferry that crossed the “Cowford” and was the site of plantations from the 18th century.

The name San Marco, comes from South Jacksonville’s most ambitions development, begun in 1926 and consisting of many upscale Mediterranesn Revival style homes and an integradet commercial sector known as San Marco Square.

San Marco has retained much of its history, with many older buildings, fountains and parks still standing with charm.  It is an area rich with character, and a mecca for culture in the Jacksonville area. San Marco is home of many of the best restaurants, café’s, bookstores and art galleries in Northeast Florida. The area remains a diverse and architecturally significant neighborhood, with many of its former government buildings and homes surviving.

If you would like more information on the San Marco area, look no further than Boselli Clark Realty.  Our agents are experts in the San Marco market.  Call one of our agents at 904-285-1550 today.

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