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Welcome to Ventura Manor, a new home community in Santa Rosa County. Ventura Manor is located in historic Milton. The community offers 88 homesites featuring four different HB Value floorplans. The entrance is on Jitterbug Lane off of Ventura Boulevard. The area is flanked by majestic oak trees, pines, and magnolia trees hovering over established ranch-style homes and rural pastures with grazing horses. Within a mile radius of Ventura Manor is the historic Bagdad Post Office (1913 – 1985), the Bagdad Mill – an expansive park with a dock leading to the Blackwater River set on an old mill site, and the Oyster Pile Boat Ramp. Launch your kayak, boat, or paddleboard and explore the tributaries of the Blackwater River. Ventura Manor offers homes in a peaceful location – one that feels like you’ve magically stepped back in time to Old Florida. It’s off the beaten path but an easy 15-minute drive to all essential shopping. You’re sure to know your neighbors here, share a sweet tea and swap stories of the day. The good life awaits at Ventura Manor.
With Holiday Builders in Ventura Manor, you can select a floorplan from our Value Collection with professionally pre-selected and curated colors and finishes. See which home best suits your lifestyle and start living Holiday style!
4412 Jitterbug St, Milton, FL 32583
Charming, historic Milton is the county seat in Santa Rosa County located about 24 miles northeast of Pensacola. Milton was settled in the early 1800’s and established as a town in 1884 – a year prior to Florida joining the United States as the 27th state. Like many northwest Florida towns, Milton is home to a military base – Naval Air Station Whiting Field. The Milton Riverwalk is a boardwalk with a gazebo running along the Blackwater River located in the historic downtown area and is a popular spot for community events and weddings. Hiking, kayaking, paddleboarding and boating are all popular pursuits here in this peaceful town. The “Old Brick Road” – a six mile long, nine foot wide brick road built in 1919 still rambles along the new paved roads.