- Current Prices:$160,000 to $3,390,000
- Closed Prices:$53,000 to $1,460,000
- Median Sale Price:$254,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$175
- Association Fee Ranges:$0,$0 to $425/mo,$0 to $1065.75
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1905 to 2017
- Sq. Ft.:570 to 7,532Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 7Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 8Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:1/8 - 1 acres
The Ortega community offers a wide variety of housing designs, making it easy for buyers to find their perfect home.
Where to Live
Ortega is split by a section of U.S. Route 17 called Roosevelt Boulevard. Old Ortega, to the east of Roosevelt, features mid-to-large size, turn-of-the-century homes, many concentrated on the waterfront of Grand Avenue. It has a grid pattern that it makes it easy to navigate and forms the contours of this historical area. To the west, Ortega Forest features newer construction with single-family homes.
Where to Eat
Cafes and local restaurants are concentrated along Corinthian and Ortega Boulevards. Just across the bridge on Roosevelt Boulevard are several more restaurants ranging from fast food favorites to local diners to Asian cuisine.
What You'll See
Artists congregate at one of the independent coffee shops for a pick-me-up. Families take their kids to one of the newest eateries on Edgewood Avenue, while people walk their dogs at Four Corners Park while checking on the community garden. No matter where you go, this neighborhood is a vibrant community with plenty to see and never enough to explore.
Friday Night Fun
Tame your taste buds with one of the many food options on Edgewood. Head over to the well-known and historic Murray Hill Theater, where you can enjoy the latest in Jacksonville’s indie music scene. If you still feel like socializing, head over to one of the nearby dive bars and try one of the famous locally brewed IPA’s.
The Perfect Sunday
Grab a coffee and a bagel at one of the bakeries or head over to one of the neighborhood’s diners for a later brunch. Spend the afternoon with friends at the community garden, harvesting and planting new food for the farmer’s market. End the day with leisurely walk through one of the many green spaces.
Community-oriented vibe • Easy access to Jacksonville’s central area • Independent-businesses with locally-sourced goods.
Locals Don't Love
Businesses closing early during the week • Lack of major grocery stores • Rising cost of housing.
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