If you’re considering off-campus living in the Ancient City, consider this: every corner of St. Augustine has its own mood, its own tone.
Students planning to live off-campus have options that delivers a vibe you won’t find anywhere else. Check out a few of St. Augustine's local neighborhoods.
The heart of downtown St. Augustine is home to Model Land — the center of everything. The blocks immediately surrounding Flagler College’s campus make up a National Historic Landmark District of homes built during Henry Flagler’s early development of the city.
Established in 1866 by freed slaves, Lincolnville is known for its rich history, culture, and charm. And it’s just a 15 minute walk to campus.
Funky and eclectic, just across the San Sebastian River and U.S.1 is the West Augustine district, filled with shady trees and views of downtown. Removed from crowds of tourists, this up-andcoming area is budding with shops, galleries and restaurants.
Steps away from the action of downtown, Uptown offers a quiet escape, with plenty to enjoy: like festivals at Francis Field or picnicking at the Mission in the shade of the giant cross.
Across the Bridge of Lions on Anastasia Island, the winding streets of Davis Shores are home to a number of residential dwellings with plenty of green space close to downtown, and yet, not far from the beach.
If you’re longing for a relaxed, island lifestyle, just steps away from the ocean waves, look no further than St. Augustine Beach. This endless summer neighborhood is perfect for those who like fish tacos, sun, salt and surf.