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Mobile homes for sale in Duval County, FL

Duval County Mobile Homes

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Looking for a mobile home? Duval County in Florida is for you!

So what makes Duval County such a great place to be? Plenty! There’s no shortage of things happening in this area. For those who like having options, and enjoy excitement and downtime, this county offers the best of both worlds: it’s a nature lover's paradise with big-city appeal.

What’s so special about Duval County? First up, we have excellent weather. This county gets an average of 221 days of sunshine each year.

Duval County is home to many opportunities to experience nature. With over 22 miles of beach and a handful of nature reserves, you’re spoiled for choice with outdoor activities. This includes boating or fishing, along with golfing, hiking, and surfing. And thanks to warm summers and moderate winters, residents are able to spend time at the beautiful, subtropical beaches year-round.

When it comes to entertainment, Jacksonville comes out on top. The TIAA Bank Field football stadium means that sporting events are a regular occurrence. You’ll also want to pay a visit to Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens, a zoo that offers opportunities for interactions with some of the animals.

A number of museums can be found here as well including the MOSH (Museum of Science and History) and the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, the largest fine arts museum in Northeast Florida.

History of Duval County Florida

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Duval County was created in 1822, but its history goes back much further. The area was initially settled by indigenous Americans known as the Timucua, who lived along the banks of the St. Johns River. When the Europeans arrived, the area that was to become Duval County was home to the 16th-century Fort Caroline, a short-lived French colonial presence. Increased settlement was to follow later on when Cowford was established. This city was later renamed Jacksonville, after Jackson, who was the first military governor of the Florida Territory. Later, he was to become President of the United States.

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Duval County Namesake

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Duval County itself was named after William Pope Duval, the Governor of the Florida Territory from 1822 to 1834.

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So what makes Duval County such a great place to be? Plenty! There’s no shortage of things happening in this area. For those who like having options, and enjoy excitement and downtime, this county offers the best of both worlds: it’s a nature lover's paradise with big-city appeal.

What’s so special about Duval County? First up, we have excellent weather. This county gets an average of 221 days of sunshine each year.

Duval County is home to many opportunities to experience nature. With over 22 miles of beach and a handful of nature reserves, you’re spoiled for choice with outdoor activities. This includes boating or fishing, along with golfing, hiking, and surfing. And thanks to warm summers and moderate winters, residents are able to spend time at the beautiful, subtropical beaches year-round.

When it comes to entertainment, Jacksonville comes out on top. The TIAA Bank Field football stadium means that sporting events are a regular occurrence. You’ll also want to pay a visit to Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens, a zoo that offers opportunities for interactions with some of the animals.

A number of museums can be found here as well including the MOSH (Museum of Science and History) and the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, the largest fine arts museum in Northeast Florida.

Duval County, FL Demographics

Nearly one million people reside in Duval County, and it’s experiencing a population growth rate of around 0.93% annually.

The county has a solid cultural, commercial, and financial sector. Because of this, various companies across banking, insurance, logistics, and more have set up corporate or regional headquarters in Duval County.

There’s also a significant military presence in Jacksonville as well, as the city is home to multiple military facilities, including Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay that’s located nearby. The city is the third-largest military presence in the U.S.

The right mix of a convenient location, reasonable cost of living, and low taxes draw in Fortune 500 companies and professionals alike. Because of this, Duval County has an unemployment rate that’s below the U.S. national average.

As far as education goes, Duval County has 206 public schools which cater to around 129,000 students from elementary to high school. There’s a 90.2% graduation rate within traditional schools. For higher education, there are a handful of prestigious colleges in Jacksonville, including the University of North Florida and Florida State College.

Duval County boasts sunny, warm weather year-round. Winters are mild and clear, so it’s an ideal location if escaping cold, harsh winters is your goal. The average annual high is 78°F with lows of 62°F.

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Why should you buy a mobile home in Duval County, FL?

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If you’re looking for a mobile home, Duval County in Florida is an ideal choice if you want to have sunshine year-round and nature and beaches at your doorstep.

The cost of living in Duval County is lower than the national average, and in fact, Jacksonville has one of the lower overall costs of living in Florida. A mobile home can help to keep your costs even lower. They’re an inexpensive housing option, whether you’re planning to move to Duval County or just looking for a vacation home to call your own. Not to mention, a mobile home can also serve as an excellent investment if you choose to rent it out.

There are many mobile home communities dotting Jacksonville if you’re looking for a place closer to a city. However, if the beachfront is more enticing, there are communities around Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Jacksonville Beach as well.

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Why Duval County?

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Nature, beautiful beaches, and proximity to a major city, all steeped in a backdrop of rich history, it’s safe to say that Duval County has it all. No wonder everyone is flocking to this county. There really is something for everyone here. So no matter what stage of life you’re in, whether you’re looking to attend college, hoping to retire, or just planning to live in a location that’s close to both work and nature, a mobile home in Duval County could be the perfect place to call home.

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