Carrabelle is a remote, working fishing village on the eastern Florida Panhandle. It dates from 1877 and sits at the convergence of three rivers and the Gulf of Mexico. Surrounded by water and state forests, Carrabelle exudes an old fashioned Florida vibe but is growing quickly, doubling in size during the last decade.
Coconut Creek is an inland city about 15 miles north west of Fort Lauderdale in southwestern Florida. It is award-winning for its environmentalism and eco-conscious outlook and is home to the world's largest butterfly aviary, with more than 5,000 individual butterflies.
Deerfield Beach is situated along the congested southeastern Florida coast, about 15 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, and started out as an agricultural community. It was named Deerfield for the deer grazing in the fields and remained a farming hub until the 1940s when it changed its name to Deerfield Beach.
Dunedin has an attractive downtown, affordable housing, plenty of festivals and beautiful beaches. Is it a great place to retire?
Originally called Hawks Park, this quiet Indian River waterfront community is just north of the Mosquito Lagoon Aquatic Preserve on Florida's northeastern coast. It dates from the early 1800s and was incorporated in 1951.
Lakeland is located between Tampa and Orlando in the middle of Florida's coastal plain. It is the home of Florida Southern College (2,500 students) and has grown by 50% within the last decade.
Situated 55 miles southwest of Orlando in central Florida, the 55+ community of Lake James is a single family home development. Upon completion, it will have nearly 220 residences.
Named for the large number of lakes within its borders, pretty, residential Land O' Lakes is at the northern edge of the Tampa metropolitan area. New Port Richey is about 30 miles to the west and has a beach park.
Sandwiched betweeen Tampa Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway on Florida's west central coast, Largo spent much of its history as a farming community. New residents and houses started arriving in large numbers after WWII, and today the city continues to grow.
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