Primarily rural until the end of the 1960s when developers discovered this area, Mandarin has grown steadily since. The Mandarin Community Club works diligently to maintain the community’s architectural integrity. Mandarin is rich in history, and for years different preservation groups have sought to maintain that history either in family holdings, trunks, church and school archives. Mandarin homes range from estates on the St. Johns River to small country homes with stables, with tons of friendly pocket neighborhoods scattered amongst businesses, dining and lots of shopping.

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