Englewood is a neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida. Englewood is in Duval County with a population of 8,484. The neighborhood offers a suburban feel to the residents. Most residents in Englewood own their homes.

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Englewood Neighborhood has more residents of Yugoslav and West Indian ancestry living in it. About 1.4% of its residents above the age of 5 speaks Mon-Khmer—a dominant language in Cambodia. Most of the residents commonly identify their ethnicity or ancestry as Asian. While there are also a number of Mexican ancestries, Peurto Rican, German along with Yugoslav among others. About 40% of residents in this neighborhood are born in another country.

Neighboring Neighborhoods of Englewood:
Greenfield Manor, Larsen, Love Grove – Riviera Manor, Sans Souci, South Riverside, Southpoint, Spring Glen, Spring Park, Empire Point, Glynlea – Grove Park, Hogan, Lakewood, Miramar, San Jose, San Jose Forest, San Marco, St. Nicholas, Tiger Hole-Secret Woods

Top Public Schools in Englewood
● Stanton College Preparatory
● Paxon School for Advanced Studies
● Darnell Cookman Middle/High School
● Douglas Anderson School of the Arts
● Jacksonville Beach Elementary School

Top Attractions Around Englewood
● Manasota Key Beach
● Stump Pass Beach State Park
● Englewood Beach
● Blind Pass Beach
● Englewood Farmers Market


1. Manasota Key Beach

Manasota Key Beach is one of the most beautiful public beaches. The beach is flanked by elegant beach houses and quaint rental homes. Visitors to the beach can enjoy the opportunities of sunbathing, fishing and swimming throughout the year. Options for canoeing and kayaking are available as well as many more features.

2. Stump Pass Beach State Park

Stump Pass Beach State Park is one of Charlotte County’s best fishing spots. A mile of elegant secluded beachfront is open all-year-round for sunbathing, swimming and providing stunning views of the pristine Gulf waters.

3. Englewood Beach

This is one of Florida’s most beautiful Gulf of Mexico beaches. It is located along the Manasota Key and it is also commonly referred to as Middle Beach. Family-friendly amenities are available at the beach, these include; children’s playground, sand volleyball, basketball courts, and day-use picnic pavilions.

4. Englewood Farmers Market

Held each Thursday morning, the Englewood Farmers Market serves as a primary showcase for the region’s farmers and producers who sell seasonal produce. Freshly caught fish from Florida fishers are also available along with other items. Vendors sell native and exotic flowers, plants and trees while the artisans sell their wares at the artisans’ mart.

5. Blind Pass Beach

Blind Pass Beach is a Sarasota County Beach which stretches more than 3,000 feet along the Gulf of Mexico. Day-use picnic sites offer spaces for enjoying lunch while the beach house provides the restroom and facilities.

Driving Directions:

From Leinad Tree Service Jacksonville
204 Lane Ave S Suite #5, Jacksonville, FL 32254.

● Get on I-10 E (0.7 mi)
● Follow I-10 E and I-95 S to US-1 ALT N/Emerson St. Take exit 347 from I-95 S (8.0 mi)
● Continue on US-1 ALT N/Emerson St. Take Spring Park Rd to Betty Ann Ln (1.4 mi)

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