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Looking for an intimate, small town getaway in the Florida panhandle along 30A? WaterColor is a delightful beach community that eases into its natural surroundings with a Southern simplicity and grace. Tucked between the beautiful beaches of the Emerald Coast and Western Lake, WaterColor is a town rich in natural beauty.
WaterColor, FL is a planned community. It was designed by Cooper, Robertson & Partners for the St. Joe Company, a real-estate developer that has owned the 499 acre land area since 1927.
WaterColor homes are designed using the vernacular architecture style. This style focuses on local needs, construction materials and reflects local traditions. It tends to evolve over time to reflect the environmental, cultural, technological, economic and historical context in which it exists.
Although each house is unique, the architectural style of the homes in WaterColor are known for large wraparound or screened porches, wood columns, wood siding and metal roofs with deep overhangs. These luxury homes are characterized by their charming details and inviting style.
Warm gulf breezes, neighbors gathering on welcoming front porches, children laughing and riding bikes all create a sense of place that is familiar and comfortable. A diverse collection of award-winning amenities make this a desirable vacation spot.
Here are some of the local area features WaterColor has to offer:
View an interactive map of the WaterColor area amenities here.
WaterColor is one of many neighborhoods in the area that are nestled in the sugary-white sands of the Gulf Coast. It is located in Walton County, which has hilly terrain, beautiful lakes and is fringed by the emerald Gulf waters.
Consider booking your next vacation in the timeless, authentic and welcoming town of WaterColor. Visit our website, do a Search for “WaterColor” and take some time to browse through our current WaterColor area listings.
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