Enclave Townhouses in Altamonte Springs
Altamonte Springs grew in the ’70s and all the land is filled up with loads of restaurants, shopping, and housing. So it’s extremely rare to find brand new, energy-efficient built homes in Altamonte Springs.
If you do not mind stairs, Ashton Woods is building 3-story townhomes, with gorgeous exterior facades. Three spacious units offer 1718, 1904, and 1989 sq. ft. all with two-car garages. This community is located just south of Highway 436 (E. Altamonte Dr.) between the Village Green Apartments and Maitland Avenue. Interstate 4 is just a couple of minutes West. Residents are close to the Publix supermarket and Whole Foods as well as dozens of restaurants, markets, transportation stations, and parks.
This is a low maintenance community. The HOA is approximately $275 per month. It includes a pool, building maintenance, building insurance, landscaping, trash removal, and termite bond on the exterior. Owners just need to pay for electric, cable, and interior insurance. (Please check with current listings below for exact prices on homeowner and condo association fees as these fees can change periodically.)
This intimate community of only 108 homes is well situated in Altamonte Springs. Did you know Orlando has only 3% of housing considered walkable? Well, this community just got added to the list with a walk score of 66! Publix, banks, restaurants right across the street and a 10-minute walk to Altamonte Springs Mall. (Click the map to the left to see this location on Google Maps)
Commuters will love it too because it is right off Interstate 4. Making it 15 minutes to Downtown Orlando, or Lake Mary.
This suburban city located in Seminole County Florida is home to about 45,000 residents and is in the northern suburb of the Orlando Metro area. The city is part of the Seminole County public school district and is served by five elementary schools, two middle schools, and to public high schools. It also has a Seminole State College of Florida branch and it’s important to note that Altamonte Springs boasts 10% more college graduates per capita than the Florida average and is just minutes from the University of Central Florida and Rollins College.
Altamonte Springs features a lot of parks and recreational facilities as well as a city center, which incorporates large-scale apartment buildings and plant high-rise condominiums. There are several mixed-use shops and retailers as well as a beautiful park area perfect for venues and city holidays. In the future, the city plans to include to high-rise residential structures over 10 stories with a series of parking structures to facilitate and encourage visitors. The Altamonte Mall is a four anchor indoor shopping mall including an 18 screen AMC Theater, shops, and restaurants.
Altamonte Springs is host to several special events including a major fireworks festival around Independence Day, music festivals, Earth Day events, and holiday activities. There are several parks and recreational areas as well as the Lake Brantley Sports Complex with dozens of fields and courts, pools, adult and youth activities.