LOT 14 CROOKED LAKE RESERVE - 1.76 ACRE LOT. Crooked Lake Reserve is a small lakefront community of 25 home sites with gorgeous waterfront views located in Eustis, Florida - America’s Home Town, and surrounded by West Crooked Lake and Lake Dicie. Presented by Kevco Builders, Inc., Crooked Lake Reserve features 17 available and affordable home sites in a private deed-restricted subdivision with low HOA fees. If you are seeking the opportunity to build your own home on a picturesque street, and within minutes to shopping, dining and commuter routes, you can't pass this up! Take the guesswork out of the building process when you utilize Kevco Builders, Inc. -- Lake County's most award-winning and trusted builder with over 35 years of experience. Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. Kevco Builders offers both a "blank canvas" to help you design your custom dream home from the ground-up, or a selection of award-winning floor plans which you can use as an inspiration to customize or build as-is. Just an hour's drive from Crooked Lake Reserve you can be at the many theme parks, beaches and attractions located in Central Florida, including Orlando, and New Smyrna Beach. And you're only 5 minutes away to the picturesque New England-style village of Mount Dora with its galleries, sidewalk cafes, and full calendar of award winning festivals. ONLY 7 Lots Left! Call me today to schedule an appointment to view our Crooked Lake Reserve model home!
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