The Cottage Collection presents brand-new, single-family homes available for purchase within the Golden Orchard community, a master-planned, solar-powered enclave situated in Apopka, Florida. Residents here can relish the numerous benefits of environmentally conscious living, along with access to a range of on-site amenities including a refreshing swimming pool, expansive green areas, and versatile multi-use trails. Notably, this community falls within the esteemed Orange County Public School district, making it an ideal choice for families seeking a high-quality education for their children. Additionally, the charming town of Mount Dora is conveniently located just under 15 miles away, and with the nearby accessibility of FL-429 and US-441, other major Florida cities are easily within reach.
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Natural Beauty: Apopka is often referred to as the "Indoor Foliage Capital of the World" due to its lush landscapes, nurseries, and scenic surroundings. The city's natural beauty is a significant draw for residents.
Wekiwa Springs State Park: Located nearby, Wekiwa Springs State Park offers opportunities for hiking, swimming, kayaking, and picnicking in a pristine natural setting. It's a favorite spot for outdoor enthusiasts.
Rock Springs Run State Reserve: Another natural gem, this reserve features trails for hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. The Rock Springs Run is popular for tubing and canoeing.
Kelly Park: Kelly Park, also known as Rock Springs Run State Reserve, is famous for its natural spring, which offers tubing, swimming, and picnicking.
Community Events: Apopka hosts various community events and festivals throughout the year, fostering a strong sense of community.
Proximity to Orlando: Apopka is conveniently located to the northwest of downtown Orlando, making it accessible to the city's job opportunities, entertainment, and cultural attractions.
Historic Downtown: Apopka's historic downtown area features charming shops, restaurants, and historic buildings, making it a pleasant place to explore and dine.
Agricultural Heritage: The city has a rich agricultural history, and you can still find local farmers' markets and agricultural events celebrating this heritage.
Affordable Housing: Apopka generally offers more affordable housing options compared to some of the larger cities in Central Florida.
Education: Apopka has several public and private schools, making it an attractive choice for families. It's also home to the University of Florida's Mid-Florida Research and Education Center.
Healthcare Facilities: The city has access to healthcare facilities, including hospitals and medical centers, ensuring residents have quality medical care nearby.
Growth Potential: Apopka has been experiencing growth, which can potentially lead to property appreciation over time.