About Brookwood

It is our wish to provide residents, family, friends and future residents the opportunity to get to know who we are as a community. Through our website one can read about our community, our Homeowners Association and see photos of some of the activities we enjoy.

Brookwood is one of the smaller communities that are a part of the master planned development of Nocatee in North Florida. We are in the southeast corner of Duval County, halfway between downtown Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Paperwork was signed for the development of our hamlet in 2013, and 107 properties were sold before the end of the following year. All homeowners have either a view of a lake or a preserve, and children take pleasure in the playground near the center of our four-street neighborhood.

Our preserve land remains from a time when both hardwoods and pine were raised and harvested here by the Nocatee-Manatee Crate Company. The crates were used for shipping citrus fruits from nearby groves. Prior to Europeans settling in Florida, this section of North Florida was the home of Native Americans who spoke the Timucuan language. Please peruse our website and learn about the current Brookwood lifestyle.