Landsea Homes closed on 113 homesites for a new community in Apopka, Florida, in northwest Orange County. The homesites will be part of the new Oak View master-planned community.
“We’re excited to announce we have closed on 113 new homesites in northwest Orange County, which marks our entrance into the great city of Apopka,” says Jeff Wochner, Central Florida division president for Landsea. “Demand for housing is strong and continues to grow in this region of central Florida, and we look forward to bringing a new collection of our high-performance single-family homes to home buyers very soon.”
The collection of single-family homes in the community are expected to range from 1,600 to 3,500 square feet on 55-foot lots, according to Landsea. Land development is anticipated to begin in the spring, and sales are slated to begin in early 2024. The Oak View master plan will include walking trails, a tot lot, ample recreational space, and exercise stations, Landsea says.
Apopka is located 13 miles northwest of Orlando and offers residents access to Lake Apopka, Wekiva Springs State Park, and the West Orange Trail. Apopka consists of 54,000 residents and an expanding business community.
“Apopka is a great place to live due to its excellent transportation options to the majority of the region’s major employment centers, its small-town charm with locally owned businesses and tree-lined neighborhoods, as well as abundant recreation opportunities,” says Wochner.