If you had to pick just one Central Florida community that’s filled with plenty of fun things to do, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better choice than the city of Kissimmee. Perhaps best-known for its close proximity to world-famous theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios, Kissimmee acts as both a thriving vacation destination and also a fabulous place to call home for the cold season, or even all year long.
Along with all its theme parks and world-class shopping and dining experiences, though, Kissimmee also happens to be where you’ll find some of the top golf course communities in all of Florida too—and why not given it’s one of the top retirement destinations in the country? From affordable golf course condos and villas to high-end single-family estates that feature incredible, unobstructed views of the course, golf course homes and the Kissimmee real estate market seem to go hand-in-hand.
If you’re like many who are looking to make a move to Kissimmee, easy access to some of the area’s top courses will likely be a high priority during your search. Or if you’re set on living directly on one of Kissimmee’s top-rated courses, why not start your home search in these fabulous Kissimmee golf course communities:
Kissimmee Bay is widely considered to be the premier golf course in the area, providing home buyers with an exceptional lifestyle and an even better place to get outside and hit the links. Inventory can sometimes be limited because of the community's supreme desirability, but look for whatever Kissimmee Bay homes you find on the market to fall somewhere between the upper $300,000s and just over $600,000 in most instances.
Built around Oaks National Golf Club, homes for sale in The Oaks also sit just off Lake Tohopekaliga, not to mention are also only a few short minutes from historic Downtown Kissimmee. But along with a convenient location, you’ll also find that homes for sale in The Oaks also won’t break the bank, making its great place to begin a golf course home search here in the heart of Central Florida.Posted by Carlos German on