Alaqua is a private gated golf community located in Longwood Florida. Alaqua is just off of Markham Woods Road a very popular area for luxury housing communities. If you are a golfer you probably have already heard of this amazing luxury community.
Homes in Alaqua are large estate style homes ranging in size from 4,000 to over 11,000 square feet. Each home provides plenty of privacy on acre or larger homesites. Homes are Mediterranean and contemporary in style and each offers its own stunning and unique features. Homes for sale in Alaqua are priced from the upper $600,000s to $3.25 million.
Of course being a premier golf community there are many neighborhood amenities for homeowners to enjoy such as:
- 18 hole Championship Golf Course designed by Gary Player; this course has been the host of many U.S. Open Qualifiers
- New 14,000 square foot clubhouse with bar and lounge
- Tennis courts
- Swimming pool
- 7 acre community park with playground
- Fitness facility
Alaqua is zoned for the Lake Mary school district. Lake Mary is known for having some of the best schools in the country. Many further education opportunities are just a short drive in and around Orlando.
Longwood is a small city just north of Orlando and very close to the town of Sanford in Seminole County. The real estate selection and a rich history and pride in historic preservation makes Longwood a desirable place to live along with its easy access to Interstate 4 and State Road 434. Longwood has one of 13 stops on the SunRail commuter train making it a great place to live for anyone looking to commute to work.
Longwood has won many awards by several different websites and news outlets. In 2014 Longwood received an award from Jacksonville’s Channel 4 as one of the 4 safest places to raise a family in Florida. Bestplaces.net recognized the city of Longwood as one of the Top 10 Places to Live in Florida. In 2015 niche ranked Longwood as the 9th best suburb in Florida to raise a family. Nerdwallet listed Longwood as the 7th Best Florida City to Start a Business and Neighborhood Scout ranked Longwood as the second best Florida city for families with children.
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Image from actual MLS listings from Alaqua
Located northwest of Orlando between Daytona and Ocala, is Eustis Florida which is a one hour drive north from Orlando. Located along the eastern shore of 7000 acre Lake Eustis, it is a picturesque background for the diversified community. Lake Eustis is connected to the Harris Chain of Lakes which flows into the Oklawaha River, then into St. Johns River and then into the Atlantic ocean. Miles of boating. With a population of about 20,000 the residents like the small town friendliness and slower pace from the city. Eustis is large enough to offer most big city amenities, while it still retain its small town charm. The historical downtown and surrounding areas continue to grow economically. There is a new hospital, several updated parks and recreation areas, new restaurants and many exciting improvements. While Eustis is large enough to offer most big city amenities, it is small enough to retain its small town charm. The historical downtown and outlaying areas continue to grow economically. There is an excellent hospital, several updated parks and recreation areas, new restaurants, and many other exciting improvements ongoing in Eustis and the surrounding area.
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