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Florida Real Estate

Florida real estate is some of the most highly sought-after real estate on the market. It's no wonder. Known as the Sunshine State, Florida offers more than 1100 miles of coastline, 660 miles of beaches and an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities; particularly golf.

Much of the real estate available in Florida is situated in exclusive gated golf communities. North Florida boasts nine exquisite golf communities including Amelia Island Plantation located on Amelia Island; Augustine Island of Palencia, Legacy Trail and World Golf Village located in historic St. Augustine; and five golf communities in Palm Coast.

Central Florida is home to fifteen prestigious golf communities including the 6,000-acre Isleworth, where some of Orlando's most beautiful real estate can be found. The Isleworth golf course was designed by golf legend, Arnold Palmer. Real estate in Isleworth isn't for the faint of heart, with properties starting at approximately $2 million.

Although South Florida real estate is a hot commodity, there are still many deals to be found. Four of the sixteen golf communities located in South Florida are new and they want your business! Real estate properties include single family homes, townhouses and condominiums with prices ranging from $300,000 to $9 million.

Some of the best Florida real estate deals can be found in Southwest Florida. Golf home real estate located in Ft. Myers, Bradenton and Parrish ranges between $200,000 and $600,000, while golf homes in Naples typically start at $400,000.

Regardless of the type of Florida real estate you are looking for, chances are good you will find a great deal by investing in property located in golf communities. Florida boasts a whopping 625 golf course communities; making it the leader in the United States. California is a distant second with 216 golf communities.


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Published on February 20, 2008 at 10:02 PM

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