A little over six miles from the ocean, Indigo Lakes is a well-established golf community in Daytona Beach, Florida, that contains several golf home and golf condo options for potential golf property buyers to consider. Suitable for all kinds of lifestyles, most of the subdivisions in this neighborhood are gated, while many also have very flexible Homeowners’ Association rules to give residents maximum freedom when choosing their golf house.
Regardless of what a resident looks for in a golf home, this Volusia County community has it all, from friendly neighbors and breathtaking scenery to a beautiful set of golf residences. Located alongside the Daytona International Speedway and close to both Orlando and Jacksonville, residents find living at Indigo Lakes very convenient, especially those who need to fly regularly as the Daytona Beach International Airport is also right next door.
At Indigo Lakes single-family golf homes with two to three-bedroom and bath floor plans, are available with between 500 to 2,000 square feet of living space. These golf houses range in prices from nearly $200,000 up to $300,000, depending on their size and location within the community.
Other golf homes in this community also include larger golf estate-style homes situated on quiet cul-de-sacs. Those who are looking for less expensive rates can consider nearby golf condominiums and apartments like The Village, Indigo Point, and other subdivisions.
Many of the golf residences in the community have updated appliances and modern home designs that are also attractive to golf property buyers. Other than the gorgeous views from the windows, most residents at Indigo enjoy a well-designed house with spacious kitchens and rooms, granite countertops, freshly painted interiors, exteriors, and much more.
Outside, residents of Indigo Lakes appreciate the well-maintained foliage in almost every part of the community. Although close to major highways, this neighborhood has a serene ambiance, where residents can feel relaxed and at ease.
Inside the community, residents and members of the golf club can dine at the clubhouse’s restaurant and bar while overlooking the pristine greens of the layout’s grounds. Residents who wish to venture out need only travel a few minutes to find shopping malls, restaurants, bars, and plenty of activities and entertainment.
Unfortunately, in 2018 the Indigo Lakes Golf Club closed due to falling club membership. Plans to redevelop the 250-acre property into 252 new single-family homes, 188 townhomes, a 120-bed assisted living facility, 130,000 square feet of business space including light industrial uses, 100,000 square feet of office space, and 6,000 square feet of commercial space have been proposed. However, most residents in the community oppose this proposal, with many saying the layout should stay where it is. As of 2021, there were still no updates on definite plans for the future of the property with the city commissioners of Daytona Beach still undecided.
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