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Residents Enjoy Spooky Fun at the Lakes at Leesburg Annual Halloween Party

If you're looking for a great social life after retirement, look no further than a 55+ manufactured home community in Central Florida! Many have year-round events and special holiday celebrations to give residents the opportunity to have fun and mingle. The Lakes at Leesburg is no exception. In addition to their much-anticipated annual golf cart Christmas parade, their entertainment committee throws events for nearly every holiday. This year for Halloween they hosted a Vampires Ball, complete with a DJ, snacks and appetizers, spooky decor, and a costume contest. Pam O'Grady, Lakes of Leesburg board member and resident, filled us in... Continue Reading

Lakes at Leesburg Annual Golf Cart Christmas Parade Spreads Holiday Cheer

Santa on golf cart sled pulled by 9 flying pink flamingos with antlers, one with a glowing red nose, at the Lakes at Leesburg annual golf cart parade The Lakes at Leesburg mobile home community recently held their annual golf cart Christmas parade, and it was a huge success! Residents showed their creativity and shared the spirit of the season by decorating their golf carts with everything from bows, garlands, lights, wrapping paper, toys and presents, to wreaths, stockings, snowflakes, Christmas trees, and more. Several residents also had VIP guests on their floats: their pups! (Scroll to the bottom for the photo gallery!) For added incentive, parade participants can enter the annual contest for the "Best Decorated Golf Cart". This year's first place winner was "The Candy Man".... Continue Reading

Retirement Life Is Better When You Live at Lakes at Leesburg

If you’re looking to kick back, relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor, Lakes at Leesburg can offer you the lifestyle you’ve been longing for.   A gated community that’s pet-friendly, filled with enticing amenities and is designed for 55+ retirees? What more could you ask for? Residents of Lakes at Leesburg actively participate together in a variety of activities that range from poker and bingo to potlucks and morning yoga.    The typical monthly lot rent in this fabulous community is a range between $519 to $629 and includes lawn, sewer, and trash, not to mention numerous amenities... Continue Reading

Retirement Communities in Florida: Our Top 5 Picks

Retirement communities in Florida If you're looking for retirement communities in Florida, we've got you covered. Here are our top 5 retirement communities where you can enjoy sunshine all year round!  Hacienda Del Rio - Edgewater, FL This is one of the best retirement communities in Florida, located right on the Intracoastal Waterway in Edgewater, FL. Hacienda Del Rio provides a rewarding, active and fun-filled retirement lifestyle. The gated community features two clubhouses, two fishing piers, two swimming pools, and a boat launch.  If you enjoy playing sports, you'll love their pickleball, billiards, gym, horseshoe, ping pong, and tennis facilities. But if you prefer... Continue Reading

A Day in the Life of a Four Star Homes Agent

As Florida's largest and most experienced full-service mobile and manufactured home brokerage company, we wouldn't be where we are today without our incredible agents! Many of our agents live in the manufactured home communities they work in, which makes them experts on the lifestyle. We also believe in making personal connections with our clients. Whether someone is selling their mobile home or looking to buy a manufactured home in Central Florida, our agents will take the time to answer any questions and make the process as smooth as possible. Many of our agents love working with Four Star Homes because... Continue Reading

A History of Florida Mobile Home Resorts

(Written with permission by Russell S. Watson of Florida Manufactured Home Living - See the video here!) Hundreds of thousands of people live in manufactured home resort parks in Florida, yet few know the history that resulted in their creation. Early History The first large-scale production mobile home was the Conestoga wagon. It was constructed from wood, and the wheels were iron rim for greater durability. The wagon was about 18 feet long, 11 feet high, and four feet in width. It was the first mobile home used on a large scale. Everything you needed for the trip had to... Continue Reading

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