Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury Overview:
- $5 Million Amenities Center
- Two Story Residents club W/ fitness center
- Super pool with lap lanes, slide and children's pool
- 6 tennis courts
- Year round recreation staff
- Highly Rated Clay County Schools
Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury
Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury is an exceptional master-planned community is located in the heart of Clay County in Green Cove Springs. Rolling Hills got it's name from the numerous hills located throughout the community, which is a unique feature in Florida's typically flat landscapes. The amenities center in Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury is like no other in the area, at a cost of over $5 million. Anchoring the amenities area is a residents clubhouse complete with fitness center, full time staff, meeting area and pavilion. Residents enjoy the "superpool", a resort style pool which features a water slide, lap lanes and children's pool with water play area as well as six lighted tennis courts. Rolling Hills is directly across the street from Ronnie Van Zant park, a large park featuring numerous sports fields, a large fishing pond, basketball courts and two top rated Frisbee Golf courses.
One of the most attractive feature in the community for families is the highly rated Clay County School District. Currently, Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury is zoned for Lake Asbury Elementary School, Lake Asbury Junior High, and Clay High School. The lively city of Jacksonville Florida is a short drive to the north and provides residents with an abundance of activities such as a sporting arena, a world class zoo, an international airport, and many of the hottest stores and restaurants. There are many different options for homes in Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury through builder Richmond American Homes. View all builder floorplans below as well as current homes for sale in Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury. Other large new home neighborhoods in the area include Two Creeks and Magnolia West. Contact us BEFORE the builders and ask about our 1% cash back rebate on any new construction in the Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury.