Timucua Village in Hunters Creek can be found just off of John Young Parkway on Hunters Creek Boulevard. This subdivision is also conveniently located next to The Loop where you can find a wide variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Timucua Village was named after the Timucuan Indians who once lived in this same part of Central Florida. Not to worry, the homes in Timucua Village weren’t built on an ancient Indian burial ground.
The builders that constructed the homes in this community were FRC and Fairfax. These companies are known for building high-quality custom homes for buyers. As with any custom home, the homes in this subdivision have luxurious architectural styles and high peaked roofs which give a grand look and feel to them. The original six different models offered by these builders were three and four-bedroom properties with some models offering beautiful brick accents.
For more information on these homes be sure to visit www.OrlandoRealtyConsultants.com to speak to a Hunters Creek Realtor.
Thanks to the very active Hunters Creek Homeowners Association this neighborhood, as well as all the other Hunters Creek neighborhoods, maintain a very high standard of appearance of both the homes as well as the surrounding common areas.
Construction of Timucua Village began back in 1989 and the last home wasn’t complete until March of 1995. There are a total of 155 properties in Timucua Village making it one of the larger subdivisions in Hunters Creek.
This development has 3 good-sized ponds so most of the homes here benefit from being on waterfront or conservation lots.
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