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            Welcome to Woodridge ... when you visit our community you will understand why we
            love where we live.
             Woodridge is a unique 66 single-family home community surrounded by nature ... yet
             just minutes from restaurants, shopping, boating, schools and hospitals.  On a drive
             through our oak tree lined streets, you will find homes whose construction materials,
             colors and design combine to create attractive and appealing homes that compliment
             the natural environment. 
             The community pool and cabana are enjoyed year-round and add to the value and
             enjoyment of living in Woodridge. 
             Residents enjoy tranquil surroundings in tune with nature and catch sightings of bald
             eagles, wild turkeys, gopher tortoise, bobcats and many bird species. Located adjacent
             to us is the 900+ acre Seabranch Preserve State Park. Ancient oceans shaped the
             physical landscape of this park and provides opportunity to experience several
             different natural communities in a relatively short distance. Hikers can explore
             these natural communities over four miles of trails.
            Close by is the St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park. This classic Florida barrier island
            park is accessible only by boat and many residents enjoy the short kayak from the end
            of Cove Road ... just 1/2 mile away. Enjoy fishing from the pier or a boardwalk takes
            visitors across mangrove forests and hammocks of live oaks, cabbage palms, paradise
            trees, and wild limes to the beach. During the summer months, the island is an
            important nesting area for loggerhead, leatherback and green turtles. They come
            ashore at night to dig holes in the beach sand where they lay their eggs.