Located on 2,000-acres in Citrus County, Florida, Sugarmill Woods Country Club is the first deed-restricted community in the country built on the vision that every home would be created on a golf course or greenbelt. It's a rural feeling golf community bordered on the east by the Withlacoochee State Forest and on the west by the Gulf of Mexico. People living at Sugarmill Woods call the community the best place to retire and the best place to raise a family.
Sugarmill Woods comprises three villages and has more than 4,000 golf homes with approximately 9,000 residents. The golf community has an additional 4,000 site-ready lots available. The natural green belts that back up to nearly every home and the rural location of this suburban-type community are just some of the things that draw locals to this golf community.
With low annual property owner fees, golf homes in this community provide some of the best home-buying values in Florida. While Sugarmill Woods Country Club is not solely a retirement neighborhood, it has lured retirees from all over the county because of its rural quietness, low tax, low crime, and peaceful security.
Golf properties in Sugarmill Woods Country Club are also known for their affordability and quality, making them increasingly appealing to younger families. To date, more than 500 children are living in the community attending Citrus County's top schools, including Lecanto Primary School, Homosassa Elementary School, Lecanto Middle School, Crystal River Middle School, Lecanto High School, and Crystal River High School.
In just 30-miles or less of their doorsteps, residents can access 30 different parks, 11 golf courses, 10 marinas, 7 rivers, 9 campgrounds, beaches, and a game preserve. Residents of the community also have easy access to cultural, shopping, entertainment, and urban sports venues as Sugarmill Woods is just an hour away from Tampa Bay and one a half-hour northwest of Orlando's many attractions.
Less than an hour from Sugarmill Woods Country Club, residents can fish at the Seven Rivers of the Nature Coast. The Gulf Coast is also nearby, where tarpon and cobia can be found. The Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge and Tsala Apopka chain of lakes also feature the state's finest freshwater fishing and boating areas. Citrus County also holds different annual music, seafood, art, and dragon boat festivals.
Added attractions at Sugarmill Woods include the acclaimed Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park and Three Sisters Springs. Public parklands and nature game preserves surround this golf neighborhood including the huge Withlacoochee State Forest and the 46-mile-long Withlacoochee Bike Trail which is attracting riders from all over the country.
Sugarmill Woods Country Club residents enjoy many different amenities right at home as the club's facilities include Har Tru tennis, shuffleboard, a fitness center, clubhouse, a swimming pool, golf, a bar, pub, and a restaurant, plus much more. The country club's golf homeowners can also enjoy different dining options at Sugarmill Woods Country Club, where they offer lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Locals can choose from The Scores Lounge, the Grill Room, and the Main Dining Room, where they offer the same menus in all three rooms. The club also hosts private parties, banquets, seminars, and special golf outing luncheons.
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