Watson Realty Corp. in Jacksonville serves several neighborhoods including Amelia Island, Arlington, Riverside and Avondale, Atlantic Beach, Orange Park, Southside and Westside, according to the company website. Jacksonville derives its name from the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson.
Amelia Island is a resort area made up of an entire landmass and community in Nassau County. The Island is also home of Fernandina Beach, a historic fishing village, explains Watson Realty Corp. Arlington is in the middle of St. Johns River and the Intracoastal Waterway. The community is popular for its waterfront property. Riverside and Avondale are two adjacent neighborhoods in Jacksonville that form a single continuous neighborhood. The area is primarily residential but has a few commercial districts including Five Points, the Shoppes and the King Street District.
Atlantic Beach is a neighborhood along the Atlantic Ocean and is part of what the locals call ?the beaches.? However, the term may also refer to Jacksonville and Neptune in Duval County and Ponte Vedra Beach in St. Johns County. While each Duval County community has a distinctive style and personality, the communities share the Atlantic Ocean. Orange Park is a well-known suburban neighborhood where many residents work in Duval County, notes Watson Realty Corp. Southside spreads all the way from Mandarin to the Duval County line.