Beacon Lake currently falls within the boundaries assigned to Ocean Palms Elementary School, Alice B. Landrum Middle School, and Allen D. Nease High School for the 2020-2021 school year. The developer has set aside funds for new school construction. St. Johns County is rated #1 School District in Florida for 2019! As school boundaries can change, we recommend verifying your child’s designated schools with the St. John’s County School District.
Visit our Community Development District (CDD) page to learn more about the District and how it benefits Beacon Lake’s residents.
CDD debt service and O&M (Operations & Maintenance) payments are based on lot size and appear as non-ad valorem assessments on your tax bill.
Your builder will be able to provide you with the CDD fee information for your home.
Yes, there will be HOA fees.
Beacon Lake is a master development from BBX Capital Real Estate. It is separate from Twin Creeks, which is being developed by another company.
The retail and restaurants at Twin Creeks are open to the public. Twin Creeks’ community amenities (including the lagoon) are for the exclusive use of Twin Creeks’ residents.
While there are no plans at this time to make Beacon Lake a gated community, neighborhoods within the community may be developed into gated sections, such as The Landing.
Home sales are underway at Beacon Lake! Stop in and tour five beautiful models presented by Dream Finders Homes and Mattamy Homes. Builder’s models are open 7 days a week. Additional models presented by Toll Brothers to open this Fall. Contact each builder directly for information about available models and lots.
Only carefully selected, exclusive builders may build in Beacon Lake. Consult the site plan to see which builders are designated for the home site you’re interested in.
Contact the Dream Finders Homes, Mattamy Homes, or Toll Brothers sales representatives directly for questions related to homes and pricing.
Townhome sales have begun! There are 3 furnished models to tour! Contact a Dream Finders Homes sales representative directly for information about Harborside at Beacon Lake.
The Lake House opened to residents in February 2019. Join our VIP List for regular project updates.
The Lake House will be open to residents with limited access to general public.
Yes, within reason.
Riverside Management was hired by the CDD to manage the Lake House and other community amenities. The Amenity Manager’s office is open Monday – Friday. The manager can be reached at the email and phone listed below.
Residents have access to a community dashboard and receive announcements about community events, movie nights, fitness classes, swimming lessons, etc. Join our VIP List for updates about Beacon Lake and see why so many people love living here.
Residents can rent the social room for private parties. Please contact the Lake House Manager for more information:
Canoes, kayaks, rowboats and paddle boats are permitted on Beacon Lake. Motorized watercraft are not permitted.
Fishing is permitted from the dock, the shoreline and from canoes, kayaks and rowboats. Fishing is not permitted on the beach when other beachgoers are present.
“No-Swimming” signs will be posted all around the lake. It’s best to enjoy Beacon Lake from a kayak, canoe, rowboat or paddle boat, while exercising caution and using proper safety equipment.
Though early residents often benefit from purchasing a home at pre-construction or early pricing, from time to time they may experience issues unique to living in a “community in progress” such as: construction vehicles on their street or neighborhood, construction debris, flat tires, truck noise, lawn damage, power outages, construction site dust, and lake level issues.
Yes, unlike some communities where early residents have to wait 2 – 3 years to enjoy their amenities, Beacon Lake’s developer completed construction of the Lake House Amenity & Fitness Center in time for the first hundred families to enjoy! The Lake House amenity and fitness center is open and staffed by a full time manager.
Blowing dust is a common issue on any live construction site as loose dirt and sand can be whipped around and picked up by the wind. So yes, at certain times of the year – particularly in the dry, spring season – Beacon Lake’s early residents experience construction dust. But, in anticipation of these issues, the developer has taken steps to mitigate the problem including: full-time watering trucks, laying sod, mulch and seed – and placing fences between construction areas and adjacent homes. Nevertheless, during dry, windy times these steps reduce – but do not stop – the dust. Fortunately, the rainy season is around the corner and the problem will be short lived.
During active community construction, lakes and water features may need to be pumped down from time to time. The 43-acre lake was completed in early February 2020 – and is now quickly filling naturally from groundwater, rainwater and a storm drainage system. According to our construction team, the lakes which are all interconnected, are recovering well and should return to appropriate levels in the coming months. But, as with any live construction site, the lakes may need to be temporarily pumped down from time to time to allow for road and infrastructure construction.