Jason Sessions of Sessions Development, said he was ecstatic to make the list. “This has been an incredible year for Durbin Crossing,” Sessions said. “In addition to making the Top 50 list, we have a brand new K-8 school now under construction that is zoned exclusively for Durbin Crossing residents.”
“Durbin Crossing has been an extremely successful community,” said Susan Wood of Wood Development. “Our vision for Durbin Crossing has come full circle as this beautiful community filled with happy, active families thrives with life.”
Durbin Crossing has just completed their second Phase of the Village Center neighborhood, which added an additional 50 new lots to their already impressive lineup of homes and neighborhoods to choose from. “We have approximately 400 single family home sites left in Durbin Crossing, and with the addition of our new town home community Durbin Crossing will be sold out in no time,” said Sessions. “The demand has been constant and our builders have done an excellent job of fulfilling homes for new residents.”
The lifestyle has been one of the main reasons so many people chose to buy in Durbin Crossing. “There is a very strong sense of community here,” said Wood. “Families play and interact in the many events and activities that take place within Durbin Crossing. There is an intimacy that you do not find in competing communities.”
All residents have full access to both of Durbin Crossing’s beautiful amenities centers, complete with state of the art fitness room, multiple pools, playgrounds, splash-park, water slide and two beautiful clubhouses. Within walking or biking distance in Durbin Crossing, you will find several parks, sports fields, playgrounds dog park, and the new St. Johns County K-8 School.
Durbin Crossing has widely been recognized as a 2,000-acre master-planned community that offers residents exactly what they have been asking for -- A-rated schools, natural beauty, its park system, great location and state-of-the-
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To visit Durbin Crossing, travel south on US-1 (Philips Hwy). Turn right onto Racetrack Rd. Turn left on St. Johns Pkwy/2209, then right on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/244 to the community entrance. If coming east on 210, turn left on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/Russell Sampson Road. From Mandarin, travel south on San Jose Boulevard, turn left on Racetrack, a right on Veteran’s Parkway and then left to Durbin Crossing North entrance or continue straight ahead and turn left on Longleaf Pine Parkway to Durbin Crossing south entrance.