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Why Build in Deland Florida?

Why WOULDN’T YOU Build in Deland, FL?

Not only can you build the home of your dreams in Deland Florida, you’re also building a family and history.   Voted best other City in Central Florida by the readers of the Orlando Sentinel, it’s truly a place you could call home.

Deland is the Volusia County seat which proud fully boast its historic downtown area, that shares property with Stetson University. The town  which had nearly 27,000 people worked to restore the old Athens Theatre and hosts a number of art festivals and other events each year.

Historic downtown DeLand is minutes away from outdoor activities, museums and art galleries. DeLand, Florida offers many things to do – a variety of shops and restaurants are within walking distance if you park in DeLand’s historic district. Board the Train at the DeLand train station, a short drive from historic downtown and join other travelers on a railway experience to North Florida and beyond.

There are many things to do in DeLand, Florida. Near by state parks and preservations are just a short drive and you can watch wildlife, canoe, fish, hike and camp. DeLand has many different events throughout the year, including the DeLand Outdoor Art Festival.

DeLand Florida has an active historical society, museums and theaters including: The DeLand House Museum, African American Museum of Art, Athens Theatre, Memorial Hospital Museum, and others.

With all the info about Deland , check out our blog on North Ridge Community, so you can make Deland your  Home.

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About Matt Wilson

Matt is a motivated internet business and marketing guru specializing in real estate and new home construction. Outside of the office he enjoys spending time with family and friends, golfing, racing and most sports.

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