The Falls of Ocala
551 SW 79th Terrace, Ocala, Florida 34474
Quiet 55+ Manufactured Home Development of The Falls of Ocala Boasts Affordable Homes in a Rural Setting
Located in central Florida's horse country, The Falls of Ocala is a 55+ manufactured home community just to the west of the city of Ocala. The development has about 100 single family homes with lawns, long driveways, mature trees and views of nearby thoroughbred horse farms. All this, along with the fact that there are no sidewalks, contributes to the peaceful country ambiance.
This is not a big, resort-style kind of place but rather a low-key residential neighborhood in a pretty setting. One key selling point is that the lot on which a home sits is included in the purchase price, something not found in all manufactured home communities. New homes and pre-owned homes are for sale. Square footage ranges from approximately 1,035 sq. ft. to 2,089 sq. ft., and all homes are single-story. All new home prices include all kitchen appliances and a sunroom or screened lanai. Most residences have an attached garage, although some have a car port. The home sites are an average of 7500 sq. ft., roughly 75 feet wide by 100 feet deep.
The annual HOA fee covers community amenities, water, sewer and basic lawn care. The lot and land prices start at $75,000. Please check with the community or a Realtor to verify these prices as they may change.
Amenities are not extensive, but The Falls has a nice sense of community which can be attributed to its small size. Residents know each other, and a monthly newsletter keeps everyone up to date on get-togethers, lunches, day trips, classes and other community news. There is a community center, a fitness center, a pool, a spa and shuffleboard courts The Falls does not have a golf course, but several are nearby.
Ocala is located within an hour of either coast. Fishing, amusement parks, shopping and restaurants are close at hand. The local medical facilities are award-winning and accredited by the Joint Commission. An interesting fact is that more than 25% of the country's thoroughbred horses come from this area, so horse farms and green pastures are sprinkled throughout the region.
The climate is humid subtropical, meaning two seasons a year. Summers and early fall are hot and rainy with temperatures in the 80s and 90s. Late fall and winter are generally dry and sunny with temperatures in the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
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