Realtors + Relationships
This is the largest 55+ community in the world, spanning three counties and 20,000 acres. With its own downtown, golf cart transportation, numerous amenities and social offerings, large active-adult population, and expansive natural surroundings, there’s no easier place to live your ideal 55+ lifestyle.
This enormous active community requires an entire Recreation Division to manage the lifestyle offerings. With more than 1,000 organized clubs, leagues, meet-ups, and activities, there's no shortage of ways to pack every day as fully as desired and to meet neighbors with shared interests. In addition, the Lifelong Learning College provides an extensive roster of classes year round for continuing education and personal development.
This community is a golfer's paradise. As of this writing, its Executive Golf Trail has a whopping 32 courses at 9 holes each, and more are added every year. Then there are another dozen challenging championship courses, plus The Villages Golf Academy, which offers group and private lessons for players of all skill levels.
While most 55+ communities have a clubhouse or two, The Villages has numerous neighborhood centers, village centers, and regional centers. Neighborhood centers offer adults-only pools, sports courts, and more. In the village centers, residents have access to billiards rooms, meeting and club rooms, kitchens, family pools, and a variety of sports courts. Regional complexes house fitness centers, arts and crafts facilities, theaters, sports pools, and lots of sports facilities.
Options for eating and drinking are many and varied; there are more than 60 eateries in the community.
There isn't much residents can't play in The Villages. Golf, tennis, bocce ball, volleyball, basketball, softball, pickle ball, shuffleboard, bingo, billiards, cards, and even polo are just the start. There are over 200 registered softball teams in the community. Numerous swimming pools and well-equipped fitness centers are conveniently located all around.
The Villages supports three town squares functioning as quaint downtown areas; Brownwood Paddock Square is reminiscent of an old Florida cattle town, Spanish Springs Town Square has a distinctly southwestern flavor, and Lake Sumter Landing offers a small seaside town feel. The shopping, dining, movie theaters, concerts, festivals, and other special events and cultural offerings are practically endless. There's even an 8,000 square-foot woodworking shop.
The Villages offers proximity to all the outdoors adventures found in and around Central Florida, including camping, hiking, birdwatching, fishing, boating, sunning on the beach, and so much more.
Featured Community Listings
Current Builder: Citrus Hills Construction
Models: 50+ Different Floorplans
Total Number of Homes: 56268
Home Sizes: 1,163 - 4800 SF
Gas or Electric: Gas & Electric
Age of Homes: 2007 - Present
Monthly HOA Dues: $145
HOA Includes: Golf, Pools, Country Clubs, and Dining Contact us for full details
Rentals Allowed: Yes
Rental Restrictions: No Restrictions
Rental Services: No Rental Service
Play and Stay: Maximum 2 Nightsclick here to make reservations
Play and Stay Fees: $249
Pet Restrictions: 2 Dogs, 2 Cats
Local Area Information
Nearest Grocery Store: The Fresh Market, Winn Dixie, Aldi
Nearest Hospital: The Villages Regional Hospital, The Villages Regional Medical Center
Miles to Orlando: 60 Miles from Orlando
Assisted Living: The Willows at Wildwood and Freedom Pointe at The Villages