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Scattered Lot Living: The Freedom of Choice

Maronda Homes Embraces Scattered Lot Living in Florida

As many people have a tight budget to work with, sometimes community living can be to pricey. With home owner association (HOA) fees that can secretly creep up on you, many individuals feel overwhelmed with costs that they might not be prepared for. Well then, what is the solution? Many people believe they cannot build or own a new home if it is not in a community. With a Maronda Home option to scattered lot living, that is not true.

In many communities around our Florida region, scattered lots play a huge role in providing that affordable luxury home. A scattered lot is a plot of land that builds a Maronda Home intertwined with other builders. For example, you can have your new home, but it is not in a community or gated community. Many individuals like this freedom, and prefer to have the option to do whatever they please with their property.

Scattered lot living, such as Maronda Homes’ Spring Hill and South Gulf Cove communities, provide the perfect example of a spacious lifestyle These communities are cover a vast amount of area and are just as impeccable as our gated communities.

Spring Hil Community In our Spring Hill community, there are no CDD or HOA dues. Need to get to work fast? Spring Hill has easy access to the Suncoast Parkway. This is perfect for finding restaurants, shopping and traveling to your nearest beach.

Scattered Lot LivingIn our South Gulf Cove community, Maronda offers a beautiful mix of homes that blend perfectly into Florida’s landscape. This waterfront community in Port Charlotte was rated one of top twenty-five places in the U.S. to retire by Money Magazine. It is fifteen minutes to Boca Grande and  Englewood beaches. This is easily a boaters paradise with fifty-five miles of navigable canals. And of course, what would Florida be without golf. South Gulf Cove is located by many top rated golf courses.

Remember, on your next trip to Florida, stop in a Maronda Home!