Homes and homesites are available within the gates, so whether you desire to purchase a resale home or build your own, you can find your fit in Fairchild Oaks.
The community takes its name from one of Flagler County's local treasures, the Fairchild Oak Tree. Located in nearby Bulow Creek State Park, the tree is one of the oldest live oaks on record and has stood for more than 400 years, bearing witness to some of Florida's greatest historical events, including the raiding of the Bulow Creek settlement by the Seminole Indian Tribe.
Rich in history and character, Fairchild Oaks is a beautiful community to call home!
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