Cedar Hills Estates Neighborhood in Jacksonville, FL
Cedar Hills Neighborhood
A community consisting of some 3,000 single-family, modest brick or concrete block homes, Cedar Hills sits along the Cedar River (often referred to as Cedar Creek by Jacksonville residents). Most of the homes in this neighborhood were built in the 1940s and 1950s. Some of the original homes along the shore of the Cedar River have been torn down and replaced with larger, modern designs.
Most of the homes in Cedar Hills are ranch house style with long, low rooflines, simple floor plans, and exteriors of stucco, brick, and wood. Many of them have garages, but you’ll also see a good number of carports in Cedar Hills. Neighbors say it’s a stable neighborhood that is safe to live in. The neighborhood is covered by the 32210 zip code.
Cedar Hills is bordered on the east by Blanding Boulevard, on the west by Ricker Road, on the north by Wilson Boulevard, and on the south by 103rd Street. Residents enjoy the convenience of Interstate 295, which cuts through the community. Cedar Hills is known for its colorful street names, such as Peter Rabbit Drive, Mother Goose Road, Miss Muffet Lane, and Peter Pan Place. Most of the streets have mature trees and palms.
Cedar Hills Elementary School one Ish Brant Road, which serves K-5, has special courses such as computer arts, dance, and French. Private schools in the area include Bishop John Synder High School, St. Matthew Catholic School, and St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School.
Residents have access to public facilities such as the Charles D. Webb Wesconnett Public Library at the intersection of 103rd Street and Harlow Boulevard, as well as the Gregory Community Playground. Nearby is Herlong Airport on Normandy Boulevard, a general aviation recreational and sport-flying airport with 3,500-foot and 4,000-foot runways.