Florida

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Looking for that year-round sunshine? Look no further than Charlotte County! Bountiful wildlife and pristine beaches align the southwest regions of Florida. Kept hidden and secluded from the public eye, Charlotte County offers an incredible amount of opportunities for everyone. 

This is the perfect place to set up a second home for vacations or a seasonal getaway. If you have ever dreamed of owning a boat, this would be an excellent place to park it!

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Looking for that year-round sunshine? Look no further than Charlotte County! Bountiful wildlife and pristine beaches align the southwest regions of Florida. Kept hidden and secluded from the public eye, Charlotte County offers an incredible amount of opportunities for everyone. 

This is the perfect place to set up a second home for vacations or a seasonal getaway. If you have ever dreamed of owning a boat, this would be an excellent place to park it!

With over 2,000 square miles of land and water, Polk County is the fourth largest county in the state.  Located in the geographic center of Florida and along Central Florida’s I-4 corridor, it's less than 40 minutes from both Tampa and Orlando.  Polk County is also the home to one public university, one state college, and four private universities. Perfect for raising a family or a peaceful place to retire.

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Osceola County is perfect for a retreat, located in a rural area with nearby lakes for fishing and outdoor activities.  But it is only a short daytrip to Orlando’s theme parks, Atlantic Ocean beaches and more.  And the Florida Turnpike is a quick 15 miles away.

The main cities in Osceola County include Kissimmee and St. Cloud. This property is less than 15 miles from St. Cloud and from the enormous and stunning blue waters of Lake Tohopekaliga.

For beach lovers, Melbourne Beach is an easy 40-mile drive along Route 192.

Exciting things are happening in Osceola County, Long known for its ties to agriculture and tourism, Osceola County is building a foundation of high-tech businesses.  And colleges like Stetson University and Johnson University Florida contribute to the high quality of life and culture.

Discover Florida's soul in Citrus County: warm Gulf waters, spring-fed rivers, gentle manatees, fantastic fishing and bountiful lakes. Enjoy unspoiled natural surroundings, championship golf, unique shops, abundant history and endless aquatic adventure in The Water Lover's Florida.

This lot is conveniently located about 20 miles east of the Gulf Coast in Citrus Springs in north central Citrus County.  It is part of an expanding and growing neighborhood.  Spend your days lounging, swimming, or kayaking in the Florida sun. If you love nature this is the perfect place for you!  

Citrus County was recently named the best place in Florida to retire:  

Citrus County has it all:

Miles of water spread throughout seven different waterways that offer an array of recreational water activities, including attractions such as Crystal River and Homosassa Springs. 

Rolling hills, equipped with golf courses, tennis centers, state parks, and hiking and equestrian trails.

Cultured social life opportunities at the Curtis Peterson Auditorium in Lecanto and the Art Center of Citrus County, along with a popular restaurant scene, provide cultured social life opportunities.

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