Lake Mary Landings
The majority of the townhomes in Lake Mary Landings were built by award-winning, national land developer and new home construction builder Taylor Morrison. The neighborhood features contemporary, traditional, and patio architectural home styles ranging from approx 1400 – 2400 square feet. Some properties include views of woods, trees, gardens, pools, or water features within the community. Although bordering on near-direct access to State Road 17-92, the community was conceptualized with ample space between the edge of the community and the brick wall that encompasses it, this vast bordering area is filled with additional sound buffering vegetation, with water features on both the north and east sides, all combine to give this neighborhood additional privacy and a luxurious feel. Flora and fauna habitats in the undeveloped land across the street, around the college area, and on Lake Bingham to the west, make it possible to view local wildlife in the area, overhead, or in your backyard. Safely behind a gated entrance, sleep comfortably at night, within this modern neighborhood with upgraded amenities. Spend downtime lounging with a book poolside, or an afternoon with the kids swimming, at the playground, or on a walk around the community – all features are available within Lake Mary Landings.
Within walking distance is the shopping plaza Lake Mary Pointe, which includes a Publix, as well as casual dining options. In the vicinity is a diverse set of retail, spa, fitness, and dining options available for all budgets and within arms reach.
Most notable is the proximity of your neighbor, Seminole State College. As well as being an institution for cost-effective education, it offers many options to the public in the way of resource access and public events. Spend an evening stargazing at the Emil Buehler Planetarium with the Central Florida Astronomical Society, a regularly scheduled monthly occurrence. Springtime also brings the Concert Series, highlighting local music, and the college’s Theatre Season. Art gallery exhibits and events take place year-round, all coordinated by a thriving Center for Fine and Performing Arts.
History and local area buffs will delight that the Museum of Seminole County is right down the road from Lake Mary Landings. Go on a private audio tour or attend a pottery workshop – the museum also offers school-age summer camps.
Get outside at Soldiers Creek Park, conveniently located to the south and which offers sports fields, batting cages, and meeting rooms and hosts the Seminole County Adult Co-Ed Kickball League. Access the Cross Seminole Trail at the entrance to the park for walking, jogging, or biking. The pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian trail meets up with the Cady Way Trail in Winter Park and the Seminole Wekiva Trail in Lake Mary and is a portion of the Florida National Scenic Trail, which stretches a greater than 1,500 miles. Both of these recreational areas are a part of the larger Spring Hammock Preserve, an approximately 1,500-acre property maintained by Seminole County, largely kept in its natural state. It is home to many rare and listed species including the Okeechobee gourd and the gopher tortoise. There is a boardwalk that leads through a cypress forest out to Lake Jesup, one of the latest lakes in Central Florida along the middle of the St. John’s River, both of which can be accessed publicly.
Lake Mary Landings has quick access to both the SR417 and I-4 interstate highways, and the Orlando Sanford Airport (SFB) which offers non-stop flights to places like Asheville, North Carolina, and Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Accessibility and affordability at their finest!
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