Discover Villages of Seloy
What’s in a Name?
The Villages of Seloy takes its name from the Timucua Indian village of Seloy which is said to be the site where Pedro Menéndez de Avilés came ashore in 1565. The Timucuans gifted Menéndez with their own council house which became the European settlers’ first shelter. St. Augustine grew from there, and as they say, “the rest is history.”
A Superior Northeast Florida Location
Located in St. Augustine, just off State Road 16 between U.S. 1 and I-95, Villages of Seloy is a treasure that lies quietly awaiting your discovery.
Your elegant new home in Villages of Seloy affords you easy access to all the best things St. Augustine has to offer. From the modern day shopping at the St. Augustine Outlet Malls just 3 miles away (at I-95 and SR-16) to the collection of quaint specialty shops you’ll find in the downtown historic district, St. Augustine is truly a shopper’s paradise!
If your passion is golf, St. Augustine is home to several championship golf courses (many in the immediate area). The World Golf Village is just a short trip up I-95. St. Augustine has taken its rank as one of Florida’s golfing meccas with Marsh Creek Country Club, Palencia, Royal St. Augustine, St. Johns Golf Club and numerous other private and public golf courses.
Watersports is another area where St. Augustine stands above the rest with everything from boating and fishing to canoeing trails on the Intracoastal Waterway to the pristine Atlantic Ocean and Vilano beaches.
St. Augustine’s one of a kind historic downtown district encompasses 400+ year old structures, many of which house specialty shops as well as an extensive collection of bistros and cafes. Visit the Castillo de San Marcos, a centuries old Spanish fortress restored to its former glory of over 300 years ago.
Visitors can wander down the cobblestone streets of the downtown district to find scores of art galleries and music venues to quench their thirst for culture. St. Augustine is attracting youth to Flagler College and downtown breweries. The city art scene continues to thrive with popular monthly art walks, local breweries, winery and distillery.
Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach lie just a short, 30-minute drive up the coast and has its own pleasurable experiences to offer, with a one-of-a-kind beach and beach walk, as well as modern shopping and a sizzling nightlife.