Why buy in Solivita?

On October 14, 2013 by Victor Nawrocki

Why buy in Solivita?

Are you looking for a wonderful 55+ active adult community in Central Florida? Whether you are looking to buy a property for yourself or a loved one, the Solivita homes are a perfect fit.  These Tuscan-inspired detached and attached single-family homes start from the low $100s to the mid $300,000s. Located in Kissimmee near Orlando, Florida, Solivita’s 4,300 acres include a wide variety of amenities to enjoy, making it a great investment for any buyer.

Why buy in Solivita? The gated community offers great landscapes, year-round activities, special events, world-class recreational amenities, and social opportunities. This active adult community is complemented by exceptionally built homes to help residents enjoy a relaxed and comforting lifestyle. Noted as America’s Best Active Adult Community in Orlando by Builder Magazine, as well as America’s Best Active Adult Community for active adults by Where to Retire Magazine, these warm and welcoming homes features:

  • 17 different floor plans with open concept designs, sunny kitchens, and breakfast nooks.
  • 18-hole championship golf courses
  • Spa & Fitness complexes
  • Social clubs
  • Lifelong learning classes
  • Sports and games
  • Enjoyable walks, bike rides, or golf cart strolls to indoor/outdoor dining venues

Apart from the wonderful features one can enjoy as a resident in Solivita, the location is second to none. Just 20 miles south of the Walt Disney World Resort, 90 miles to Gulf beaches, and 70 miles to the Atlantic coast residents can enjoy a variety of attractions for the whole family to enjoy. This growing suburban area is also conveniently located close to great shopping options, hospitals, and schools.

See why so many acclaim that Solivita as a wonderful 55+ active adult community in Orlando, Florida. If you would like to take a tour of this community, fill out the form to the right. I can help you find the perfect home for you or a loved one in this desirable community of Solivita.

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