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Leesburg

The City of Leesburg is a full-service municipality serving a population of nearly 21,000 and a fast-growing business community. Leesburg Public Library is among the busiest of all libraries in Lake County. The Recreation Division provides a wide variety of public sports and recreation programs while the parks and facilities are among the most popular in this area. Leesburg International Airport hosts 50,000 landings and takeoffs each year. A growing community of aviation businesses also are located on-site. The city also is a hub for business and economic development, attracting 50,000 people to work each weekday.


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Tavares

Tavares sits midway on the Florida peninsula and has served as the County Seat for Lake County, Florida since 1888. The downtown, which lies on the shores of Lake Dora, has the small town charm lacking in most cities. Picturesque Wooton Park sits only one block from Main Street and offers families everything from picnic pavilions to boat ramps. Tavares is also home to the Dora Canal known as one of the most beautiful waterways in the world.

The City of Tavares has a rich history of establishing passenger flights as a means of public transportation. It’s known as America’s Seaplane City. Visitors can watch seaplanes take off and land while dining at Al’s Landing in Tavares, or take a ride for themselves with the Jones Brothers & Co. Air and Seaplane Adventures.

The Pavilion on the Lake is a striking, 3-story wedding and event venue looking out over Lake Dora. Guests can watch seaplanes land and take off right outside its tall glass windows, as well as on the rooftop and its many balconies. The City of Tavares’ Pavilion on the Lake is the only building built over water in Florida in the last 50 years.

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Mount Dora

 
If you’re searching special place to live, look no further than Mount Dora, Florida. It’s a real gem renowned for its small town charm featuring many historic buildings, large canopy oak trees, antique shops and festivals. Mount Dora is a growing city with a flair for the arts and is a popular tourist destination. The social calendar is always filled with events, so much so that Mount Dora has been labeled as the “Festival City.”

Located within the Orlando-Kissimmee metropolitan area, Mount Dora occupies a total area of approximately 5.7 square miles and is home to more than 13,000. It was founded in the late 19th century, and its rich history is still alive and well.
 
Family-friendly, scenic, and old-fashioned in just the right way, Mount Dora is, without a doubt, a great place to live in Central Florida.

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Part of the reason why Mount Dora is an attractive place to live is its real estate market. Mount Dora is a good place to be a homebuyer— you’ll be treated to a variety of real estate options, all of which offer great value for your money. Whether you’re a young professional or a retiree, you’ll find Mount Dora’s local real estate to be full of opportunity and possibilities.

You’ll find these single-family homes in a variety of sizes, from inviting starter homes to spacious, custom-style residences. Townhomes and apartments in various architectural styles are also scattered around Mount Dora.
 
Mount Dora real estate is also home to a fine collection of waterfront residences along the banks of Lake Dora, which is part of the Harris Chain of Lakes. These waterfront properties often boast stunning views of the lake, significant water frontage, as well as private docks.
 
That’s just a glimpse of Mount Dora real estate. For more information, get in touch with Catherine Hanson Real Estate, Inc. today at 352-383-3772.

Attractions and what to do in Mount Dora, FL

  • Annual Events – Make sure to mark your calendar for these popular events: Christmas lighting festival, Antique Spring Show, Crafts Fair, Mount Dora Arts Festival, Sailing Regatta and Bicycle Festival.
  • Historic Downtown – Experience the hustle and bustle of Mount Dora by heading to the epicenter of this Floridian city. Eat and shop your way down the streets, and pop into the Mount Dora Community Building Theatre to catch a show by world-class performers.
  • Tour the waterways – Mount Dora is situated on the shores of Lake Dora, a tributary of the Harris Chain of Lakes. Reel in some bass, as you’re in the area referred to by people as the bass capital of the world. Hop aboard a tour boat, get on a kayak or a canoe, or ride a seaplane and fly over the waterways, which stretch over 130 miles. There are several outfitters in Mount Dora that can arrange your tour.
  • Mingle and shop – When in Mount Dora, do as the locals do (and become one yourself!) Head to Elizabeth Evans Park, a beautiful waterfront spot, to chill out or to browse the wares and produce for sale at the weekly Mount Dora Village Market. If you are searching for unique antiques, visit the famous Renninger’s Antique Center & Farmer’s Flea Market.

Make Mount Dora, FL your home today!

Our real estate specialists at Catherine Hanson Real Estate, Inc. are ready to help you make your real estate dreams a dream come true. For more information, get in touch with us at 352-383-3772.

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Eustis

Small town friendliness is not a thing of the past here. Historic and beautiful, Eustis in Lake County is an idyllic lakeside community located along the eastern bank of Lake Eustis. With a population of about 20,000, Eustis is large enough to provide the amenities you need, yet small enough to retain its small town charm. Eustis is particularly popular for being the host of GeorgeFest, an annual festival held since the early 1900s to commemorate the birthday of George Washington.

The city is known for its historic sites, outdoor recreation and typically beautiful Central Florida weather. The historic 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.

Eustis’ official city motto is “America’s Hometown.” It can be your home as well.

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Eustis, FL is every homebuyer’s dream. Aside from the fantastic weather and proximity to the lake, Eustis is home to a diverse real estate market, with something to offer for every kind of homebuyer, seller, or real estate investor.

Lakefront homes are some of the most prized real estate properties in Eustis. These residences range from charming single-family homes to luxurious dwellings with significant water frontage and private docks. Space is often not an issue, as lot sizes can guarantee plenty of indoor and outdoor room.

Equestrian properties are another unique feature of Eustis’ real estate market. Sprawling land and ranch homes are found scattered around the city, in secluded neighborhoods like Royal Trails. This presents a lot of opportunities — you can turn the property into a primary residence or an income-generating investment.

Other real estate options in Eustis include townhomes and apartments. To fully get to know Eustis real estate, talk to our real estate professionals at 352-383-3772.

Attractions and things to do in Eustis, FL

  • Join the celebration at GeorgeFest! – Known as the second oldest festival in the country that celebrates George Washington’s birthday, GeorgeFest is definitely one event you shouldn’t miss. It is considered an important part of Eustis’ history and spans several days.
  • Eustis Historical Museum – Get to know Eustis, the local history, and the colorful characters that have shaped the identity of the city at the Eustis Historical Museum. The facility also celebrates the contribution of so-called “Living Legends”– people who have significantly contributed to the city. The museum is open every day except Friday and Saturday, with group tours available by appointment.
  • Lake Eustis Museum of Art – Explore Eustis’ arts and culture scene by paying Lake Eustis Museum of Art a visit. The museum also hosts several events throughout the year, as well as weekly art workshops for children. Lake Eustis Museum of Art is open Tuesday to Saturday, with Sunday tours available by appointment.

Your dream home might be waiting for you in Eustis, FL

Explore your real estate opportunities at Eustis, FL with Catherine Hanson Real Estate, Inc. Get in touch with us today at 352-383-3772. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Homes for Sale in Eustis, FL – Lake County FL Real Estate


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Groveland


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Fruitland Park


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Montverde


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