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Clermont, FL Homes

Clermont is a city on the western edge of Orlando. Clermont home construction is booming right now as the city's growth is among the fastest in Florida. Increasing demand for living space, amenities, schools and medical care is creating employment opportunities in all sectors. If you're looking for real estate near Orlando with a lot of opportunities, Clermont, FL

More about Clermont, FL Real Estate

The growth of the city has made real estate more attainable than ever.   A great variety of Clermont homes are available to the home seeker, from economical condos to larger single-family homes. There are a number of gated subdivisions springing up, many within walking distance of area schools. For those looking for luxury residences, lakeside estates on the Minneola and Minnehaha offer upscale buyers every amenity.

Despite the subdivisions and businesses that have replaced the orange trees, Clermont is still a place noted for natural beauty. The rolling hills and classic Florida climate have made this a destination for triathletes, with the National Training Center bringing athletes from all over the world to train, provide data for researchers and heal from physical injury. Clermont homes lie between Lake Minneola and Lake Minnehaha, two of a chain of 15 lakes connected by the Palatakaha River, which affords Clermont residents opportunities for fishing, boating and other watersports. The Showcase of Citrus is a citrus grove and cattle ranch that offers "U-Pick" oranges of multiple varieties as well as a swamp buggy tour of the property, which includes the citrus grove, woods and a swamp filled with native Florida wildlife.

Clermont's main tourist attraction is the Florida Citrus Tower, still the highest point in the state at more than 500 feet above sea level. In 1956, it was built to allow people to view the orange groves that spread out for miles in all directions. Today, it overlooks Clermont homes and businesses, the unseasonable freezes of the 1980s having put an end to the city's heyday as an orange community. Clermont's historic downtown and the Florida Citrus Tower remain as carefully preserved monuments to the city's origins.

Shopping and dining opportunities are readily available. The growth of the area has brought well-known retail businesses, such as K-Mart, Wal-Mart and Target to the city as well as smaller, independent operations. The downtown, retaining the atmosphere of decades gone by, features many little shops and restaurants enough to satisfy a variety of tastes.