Established in 2002, Woodlawn Heights is a platted, deed restricted community offering reclaimed irrigation water, underground utilities, sidewalks, sprinkler systems, street lights, security lights, boat storage and county maintained streets throughout. The two peaceful lakes and stylish gazebo are located next to the community's own playground and provide a relaxing area for picnics and walks.
Woodlawn Heights is strategically located in the southern part of Santa Rosa County, Florida. It is located on a peninsula midway between the cities of Gulf Breeze and Navarre. There are 190 lots in the subdivision and each home has a minimum footage of 2000 square feet. All lots have sewer from the City of Gulf Breeze, water from Midway Water System and both cable and satellite services are available. Garbage collection is supplied by Waste Pro.
The subdivision is located in an “x” flood zone, averaging 32 feet above sea level. Flood insurance is not required. Even with rain events such as hurricanes and an event in April 2005 which resulted in over 17 inches of rain within 24 hours, no homes were flooded. Due to the barrier island, the elevation of the subdivision, and modern homes designed to withstand major hurricane force winds, no homes received more than minor damage from storms since 2002. The most common repair was the replacement of a few roof shingles.