The gates of Turning Hawk II

Look at a satellite map of Ocala, and you’ll notice a deep green swathe curving almost elegantly across the south of the county. It’s part of the Florida Greenway that stretches in a 110-mile corridor from the St. Johns River on the East coast to the Nature Coast of the Gulf, and skirts some of Ocala’s most exclusive and luxurious neighborhoods. Two of those neighborhoods are Turning Hawk and its sister subdivision, Turning Hawk II.

Both Turning Hawk and Turning Hawk II are defined by fresh, open, and idyllic landscapes that retain a close-knit, neighborly vibe–their concentration of executive-style homes beckons young, busy families, as do nearby hiking trails. Solitude and city life are both within reach here. The lush Greenway as well as major thoroughfares like State Road 200 and Highway 301 are just a stone’s throw away; the communities are convenient to local dining, shopping, and the historic downtown area.

While distinctly residential, the Turning Hawk neighborhoods are also designed to welcome equestrians. Both are zoned A1, and their lots are anywhere between three and ten acres, perfect for mini-farms housing two or three horses. Turning Hawk II should particularly catch the eye of horse-owners and outdoor-lovers with its walking-distance proximity to trails on the Greenway. It is also gated, offering a bit more privacy and security.

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• Close to city and country
• Executive-style homes
• Tailor-made for young families and equestrians
• Zoned A1—perfect for mini-farms
• Three to ten-acre lots
• Minutes from the Florida Horse Park and Florida Greenway
• Hiking trails
• Gated security and privacy

Properties for Sale in Turning Hawk


 


Turning Hawk and Turning Hawk II are the pastoral escape you’ve been searching for. Contact a Showcase team member to learn how you can make a flawless piece of Central Florida horse country yours.

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