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Amelia National Golf & Country Club

Gated, Golf Course Community in Fernandina Beach, Florida

Residents of the amenity-filled Fernandina Beach new home community of Amelia National Golf and Country Club experience a vacation-type lifestyle each and every day. This truly magnificent Tom Fazio golf course community embodies country club living at its best; from the Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole golf course and championship-quality tennis courts to the luxurious fitness center and clubhouse facilities.

Enjoy lounging by the pool and superb dining at the club located within Amelia National’s guard-gated access. Amelia National Golf and Country Club is situated in Fernandina Beach, which is often termed the gateway to the enchantingly quaint Amelia Island.

The entire experience of Amelia National is geared to those well acquainted with the world’s finest private country club destinations in Florida. A charming, French provincial clubhouse will welcome you with a relaxing atmosphere of quality and elegance. Steeped in the traditions of the world’s most renowned golf clubs, fine dining as well as the casual camaraderie of a 19th hole bar and grill will be accompanied by superlative service and fabulous views of the course and grounds.

With private meeting rooms and convivial gathering areas the clubhouse has been planned to cater to your every need. Outdoors a sparkling pool complex set among lushly landscaped gardens will be a delightful place to gather with friends and neighbors.

Fernandina Beach Custom Home Builder – ICI Homes

Amelia National Golf and Country Club features stunning, award winning floor plans from Fernandina Beach, Florida custom home builder, ICI Homes. Offering modest single-family homes to palatial estate homes with lake and golf course views, ICI Homes has been at the forefront of the home building industry and is consistently ranked among the top 100 home builders in the country.

This is one of the best new home golf communities in Florida and one visit here will have you in love with the Florida golf community life style!

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December 27, 2022Amelia National Golf & Country Club residents know they live in a special slice of northeast Florida and near an equally special place — Amelia Island. But they’re hardly alone. Amelia Island is ranked No. 3 in Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s Readers Choice Awards 2022 for top islands in the United States, so now the world knows it too. Long one of Florida’s premier resort destinations, Amelia Island’s history, outdoor-recreation options and social, dining and shopping opportunities are only 10 minutes east of Amelia National, which is located on the nearby mainland. That’s like living in TWO amazing places at once. Dive in for more on the perks of Amelia National’s proximity to Amelia Island. The rankings Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s annual survey of the world’s top island destinations is chosen by readers of the magazine and its website. Popular island destinations are ranked according to geographic region. These include Asia, Africa and the Indian Ocean, Australia and the South Pacific, the Caribbean and Atlantic, Central and South America, Europe, other areas of North America, and the U.S. No. 3 Amelia Island was the top-ranked Florida island on the U.S. list, which totaled 15 islands. Hilton Head Island and Kiawah Island, both in South Carolina, ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively. The other Florida islands were No. 9 Sanibel and Captiva Islands, No. 12 Marco Island and No. 13 Key West. Why Amelia Island is special Named for Great Britain’s 18th-century Princess Amelia, a daughter of King George II, this northeast Florida island and its immediate mainland form the Sunshine State’s northeastern gateway. It’s done so for centuries, beginning with native peoples and continuing with French, Spanish, English, colonial Americans and even pirates! In fact, Amelia Island is known as the Isle of Eight Flags for the governments that have claimed it. The modern shrimp industry has its origins at Amelia Island and surrounding waters. Historic structures abound here, especially in Fernandina Beach’s Victorian-era downtown. Also here are 13 miles of Atlantic beaches, Florida’s oldest lighthouse (the circa-1820 Amelia Island Lighthouse), American Beach (a historic vacation site for 20th-century African-Americans and home to Florida’s tallest sand dunes), plus 1,500-acre Fort Clinch State Park. Why Amelia National is special Only a quick drive from the history and fun of Amelia Island, Amelia National is one of ICI Homes’ signature developments. This gated master-planned community boasts a Tom Fazio-designed golf course, a stately French provincial clubhouse that anchors enthusiastic dining and social scenes, a resort-style swimming pool, tennis center and fitness center. New lots and homes are continually on the horizon here, mixed among Amelia National’s prime siting amid coastal forests and wetlands. Check our current listing of move-in-ready homes, or connect with our online sales staff to make Amelia National your island-like destination. Ready for your Amelia National lifestyle? Talk to ICI Homes here. [...] Read more...
September 23, 2022Residents of Amelia National Golf & Country Club not only live in northeast Florida’s premier master-planned community — they also live in one of the state’s most historic areas. Many significant events happened in Amelia National’s hometown of Fernandina Beach and on Amelia Island through the centuries, and many local historic sites are still in use. But one hidden jewel is the old Nassau County jail, which today is home to the Amelia Island Museum of History. This museum is a great place to start for new Amelia National residents and those looking for ways to learn about their new town and its history. It’s also a great resource when you’re entertaining friends, family or houseguests. How, exactly? Here’s the scoop on lunches and lectures at the Amelia Island Museum of History. It’s easy to find The Amelia Island Museum of History is located at 233 South Third Street in the heart of historic Fernandina Beach. Its home — the circa-1938, red-brick former Nassau County jail — represents history too. A jail has stood on the site since the 19th century. You have to dial back a lot of centuries to absorb all the formative events that took place in this part of northeast Florida. The innumerable peoples, countries and legacies are perhaps best embodied in Amelia Island’s tagline of “Isle of Eight Flags,” thanks to the number of entities that claimed the area. First inhabited by native Timucuans, Amelia Island’s European era began with French explorers in the mid-1500s. We’ll let you discover the rest of the story! What you’ll find The Amelia Island Museum of History offers numerous permanent and traveling exhibits detailing aspects of the island’s and Fernandina Beach’s history. Artifacts, infographics, narrative signage and interactive features like a reproduction ship that would’ve sailed down the Amelia River centuries ago, will keep you enthralled. You’ll even see one of the building’s restored old jail cells. But what sets the Amelia Island Museum of History apart is its mission as the state’s first spoken-history museum. Trained docents, guides and volunteers take visitors on a storytelling journey through the museum’s exhibits. The audio learning doesn’t end there. Lunches, lectures and walking tours If you’re thinking one visit will be enough, think again. The Amelia Island Museum of History offers a free lecture during a brown-bag lunch session on the first Wednesday of each month. Pack your sandwich and make history your dessert. On the third Friday of each month, attend a lecture with accompanying beverages and munchies at 6 p.m. It’s free if you’re a museum member and costs only $5 for non-members. There’s also a schedule of children’s summer camps, internships opportunities and school field trips available year-round. Looking for an immersive experience? The Amelia Island Museum of History also offers four walking tours, a pub crawl and, of course, a ghost tour. Ready for your Amelia National lifestyle? Talk to ICI Homes here.   Image credit: Ebyabe, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons [...] Read more...
August 10, 2022No matter where you live in Florida, you’re never far from a beach. It’s a major reason people move here, and Amelia National Golf & Country Club residents know this perk well. But, did you know Fido can accompany you in this slice of northeast Florida? Sure can! Amelia National residents are 30 minutes — max — from neighboring Amelia Island, where you’ll find many dog-friendly beaches. It’s just one more reason to buy your new custom Florida home at Amelia National. Already the area’s top master-planned community, Amelia National is one of ICI Homes’ signature properties and its Tom Fazio-designed golf course, tennis center, French provincial clubhouse, fitness center, resort-style swimming pool and sun deck, and avid dining and social scenes also provide the area’s top resident amenities. So, if you have a pooch, or want to add one to your household once you’re an Amelia National resident, know that they can enjoy beach trips with you. Read on for information on our local dog-friendly beaches, and tips for planning your visit, below. Start here When it’s time to explore Amelia National’s historic hometown of Fernandina Beach and lovely Amelia Island, pack Fido’s gear too. Many places around town and on the island welcome dogs, but we’ll coach you up on taking doggie beach trips first. Want more good news? There are more than 40 public beach accesses in Fernandina Beach, and Nassau County contributes five more in various places throughout Amelia Island. Just head east on State Road 200 and follow signage or GPS to the beach of your choice. Amelia National residents can claim some of Florida’s prettiest, most accessible and unspoiled beaches as their own, daily. Perhaps the best first stop with Fido is the city of Fernandina Beach’s Main Beach Park, which offers all the surf-side amenities, parking and activities you could want for a fun experience. Main Beach even serves up a dispenser for canine trash bags. What more do you need? Dos and don’ts for dog-friendly beaches IMPORTANT: no dogs are permitted on Amelia Island beaches within Florida state parks. This includes Fort Clinch State Park at the north end, Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park mid-island, and Amelia Island State Park at the south end. Leashed pups are welcome at all three; just not on beaches. Check those parks’ websites for particulars. Dogs also must be leashed at all dog-friendly beaches on Amelia Island. Don’t forget Fido’s. Another vital item is your pooper-scooper. It’s essential everywhere Fido accompanies you, but especially at the beach, among folks strolling and splashing barefoot. More essentials: doggie treats, food and plenty of water. Fido’s fuel and hydration — particularly on hot summer beach days — are as important as yours. Another tip: beach umbrellas or tents should be big enough to shade Fido too. An extra beach towel will be helpful for drying purposes, and to offer your pooch a comfy place to flop on the sand. Ready for your Amelia National lifestyle? Talk to ICI Homes here. [...] Read more...