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Are some Villages locations better than others?
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Old 10-03-2019, 08:53 PM
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From 2011 to 2015 they built and sold 5,000 homes between 466A and SR 44. It's now six years later and Brownwood Square is still growing and finally reaching a potential. I think the area south of SR 44 is going to be a work-in-progress for the next ten years before restaurants, championship golf courses, squares, daily music, and eveything else comes to life.


Why wait 10 years when everything is available further north? At our age? 10 years? Nope.

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Not quite sure what you mean by this. I know there is some sort of tower with lights at the top that is visible in Caroline. Is that what you are referring to when you speak of the power lines? We live in Mallory which borders Morse Blvd. and I can not see any power lines from where we live in Mallory.
There are high voltage power transmission lines running parallel to Morse Blvd spaced about 1/4 mi apart that pass over Golf courses just west of Pine Villages area.
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Old 10-04-2019, 06:51 AM
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Why wait 10 years when everything is available further north? At our age? 10 years? Nope.
The southern locations are great for the younger retirees. They have the time to wait and enjoy what will be in the years to come.
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There are high voltage power transmission lines running parallel to Morse Blvd spaced about 1/4 mi apart that pass over Golf courses just west of Pine Villages area.
Where is Pine Villages?
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Where is Pine Villages?
Southwest corner of Morse and 466a north of the the Sharon Rose Wiechens Preserve.
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Why wait 10 years when everything is available further north? At our age? 10 years? Nope.
I don't think I gave the impression that I condone waiting ten years, quite the contrary, I was adding to the post just before mine by Lottoguy. He said all the things the new areas don't have. I was providing a timetable by using the area that was previously developed from 2011 to 2015. I guess I could of quoted his posted rather than write, "To Follow Up" on the new areas.
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Southwest corner of Morse and 466a north of the the Sharon Rose Wiechens Preserve.
Southwest corner of Morse and 466A is Bonifay Golf Course. The Villages of Pine Ridge and Pine Hills are off Moyer Loop, east of Morse and south of 466a on the otherside of the powerlines. I think when you wrote Pine Villages, you may of confused someone not familiar.
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A lot of pretty landscaping as I cruise around Moyer Loop, including a very tall waterfall. This is the Pine Ridge/Hills Villages main road.
And may I add more private pools in my observation than any other Village.
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