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    Apartments in Lake County

    Apartments in Lake County offer rental living in quieter areas far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Orlando for space and peace of mind, yet close enough for daily commuting. These apartments will make a great choice for many and offer a variety of desirable amenities and features.

    Lake County has a population of about 300,000 people and is located north of Orlando and Orange County, although it is still considered part of the Greater Orlando Area. It is bordered by Orange County and Seminole County on the east, Osceola County on the southeast, Polk County on the south, Sumter County on the west, Marion County on the northwest, and Volusia County on the northeast. Named for the many hundreds of lakes in the area, Lake County was created from pieces of Orange County and Sumter County in the year 1887. Sugarloaf Mountain, the highest point in the entire Florida peninsula, is located in Lake County. Lake County is a quiet place with a few small cities dispersed amongst fairly rural lands. The large northeastern corner of Lake County is dominated by the southern tip of the huge Ocala National Forest. However, the south areas of Lake County encircle the outskirts of Orlando from the north and east and are closet enough to directly participate in the Greater Orlando Area economy. The Florida Turnpike and State Highway 50 (West Colonial Drive) both head from Lake County East into Orlando and are the primary means of commuting into the city.

    Lake County apartments offer a number of attractive features. Pet friendly apartments let you and your furry friends coexist in harmony. Resort-style pools are a great draw during warm weather, especially in the summer months. Computer labs and business center services are pretty standard in apartments nowadays and often provide free printing. Wi-Fi internet access is usually available in common areas such as the club house or game rooms. 24-hour fitness center are the name of the game, and are available at most places. Apartment Communities abound with basketball courts, racquetball courts, tennis courts, and sand volleyball pits for residents to use at will. While many places will have a community barbecue grill and picnic area, some will have controlled access gates, alarm systems, and security patrols. Consider what you are looking for in your apartment community as you consider these amenities and services.

    Most floor plans will be unfurnished and leases are generally done by the unit. Leases can range from short term and 9-month leases to 12-month and even 15-month leases. Generally, utilities are not included. Parking is usually provided, with garages available. Apartment kitchens usually come well equipped, with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, and garbage disposal provided. Some places may include a washer and dryer; at other places you may have to bring your own, pay an additional fee, or use laundry facilities. Most places can be expected to provide central air conditioning in every unit - wall unit air-conditioned apartments are being phased out. Many units feature walk-in closets and private bathrooms. Many others also feature patios or balconies, sometimes screened in. Some luxury apartments will have vaulted ceilings, French doors, crown molding, and options for upgraded countertops and appliances.

    Lake County Apartments offer residents great balanced choices that provide nice floor plans and feature with excellent amenities and services. If you're interested in a quieter pace of life outside of busy Orlando, check out Lake County apartments.

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    Moving to a new city or home can be tough when you don’t know the area. Whether you’re moving with your family or because that’s where life leads you, making sure your new city is right for you beforehand is important. But it isn’t impossible – especially with the right tools and help.

    Guaranteeing that the city you’re moving to has everything you’re looking for can be especially challenging when it’s a smaller town. With budding cities in Central Florida right outside of Orlando and Ocala, Lake County cities give small town feels, big city features and ideal location.

    Lake County consists of Leesburg, Fruitland Park, Umatilla, Tavares, Mount Dora, Howey-in-the-Hills, Minneola, Clermont, Eustis, Groveland, Lady Lake, Astatula, Mascotte and Montverde. For the allure of “Old Florida” culture and history, Lake County provides a beautiful home.

    Schools in Lake County

    Lake County schools serving your area have some of the highest grades in the state. This assures your children will receive the best education in their new schools. The district operates 59 schools, including 20 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 9 high schools. There are also charter schools located within the district, too.

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