The 499-acre picturesque community of WaterColor® is perfect for the family-oriented homeowner. Offering the charm of small-town life, this pedestrian-friendly community features easy access to groceries, fine dining and boutique shopping all tucked intricately among the beautiful Northwest Florida scenery.
The relaxed coastal lifestyle of the WaterColor community is not only felt but visible in the architecture. The Old Florida Cottage style design and subtle colors of the homes blend well with the local landscape. While each home in the WaterColor community is distinct, each is built with an inviting southern style and charm. Spend your afternoons sipping lemonade on wide porches or listening to the rain fall on the tin roof during a summer thunderstorm. The intimate small-town planning is apparent in each of the unique homes and neighborhoods that make up this celebrated community.
The unique location and design of the WaterColor community encourages a deep connection to nature and the ability to enjoy the South Walton lifestyle to the fullest. Bordered by the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Western Lake, a 220-acre coastal dune lake, WaterColor homeowners can spend their days fishing, standup paddleboarding (SUP), kayaking or simply soaking up the sun at the gulf front beach club or other beautiful swimming pools scattered throughout the community. Looking for an activity away from the water? The WaterColor community offers miles of nature trails, beautiful pocket parks perfect for a pickup football game, children’s play areas, a fitness center offering an array of classes and a first-class tennis facility.
Hungry? The WaterColor community has a plethora of dining options. Located in the WaterColor Inn & Resort®, diners can choose between The Gathering Spot & Sushi Bar, BeachClub Grille, the Rita Bar and the AAA, Four Diamond-rated, Fish Out of Water®. Just across the street is the WaterColor location of Chan’s Wine World, which serves delicious artisan-style meals for lunch and dinner and a top-notch selection of wine. After your meal, browse the varied options of the town center boutiques including local art at The Blue Giraffe, specialty kids items at Little Red or outdoor gear at Old Florida Outfitters.
In addition to the many annual events and festivals held in the WaterColor community, residents enjoy being located between two other popular 30A beach towns. WaterColor’s neighbor to the east may look like something from a movie and that’s because it is, Seaside was the location for the 1998 film The Truman Show. To the west is eclectic Grayton Beach. Untouched by time, Grayton is the epitome of an old beachside town and home to popular area hangout The Red Bar.
Life in the WaterColor community offers a truly unique experience where you can forget the worries of the outside world and enjoy time spent with your family and friends. Park your car, grab your bicycle and head out for a new adventure every day.