Members of Sugarmill Woods Country Club and Southern Woods Golf Club have access to 36 holes of golf in Sugarmill Woods, a golfing community on Florida's West Coast. Located in Homosassa, Florida, the club also offers members, for a limited time, access to 36 holes of golf at World Woods Golf Club a few miles away in Hernando County. For those who fancy other forms of physical activity, the Oak Village Sports Complex offers tennis and pool and fitness. Residents of all ages and all walks of life are welcome in Sugarmill Woods, and all are eligible to become members and avail themselves of these amenities.
Situated in Citrus County three miles from the Gulf of Mexico, Sugarmill Woods is a piece of Old Florida in a rural community, with a deed-restricted, open-age community comprised of three villages with a population size of 9,000+ residents. There are more than 4,000 homes and an additional 4,000 site-ready lots available for people seeking refuge from the cold and snow of the North or those seeking a new home in an area rich with Southern hospitality. People who live here call Sugarmill Woods the best place to retire and the best place to raise a family.
The natural green belts that back up to nearly every home and the rural setting of this suburban-type community are just two of the many things that draw people to this slice of Paradise. Property taxes are a fraction of what they are in northern states, and there is no state income tax. Here, they find some of the best-value homes and best-value golf in the country.
And when they're not golfing, swimming, playing tennis, or at the fitness center, residents have the option of fishing, boating, or kayaking in the Gulf of Mexico or any of the seven rivers nearby, as well as many other outdoor activities along the Nature Coast. For their cultural, fine-dining, sports, and entertainment desires, the one-hour drive to Tampa or two-hour drive to Orlando can satisfy the most discriminating tastes. In Sugarmill Woods, they'll have the best of both worlds: a community in a rural setting with close access to many parts of Florida that reflect a time reminiscent of the 20th Century that boasts low crime, low taxes, and comparatively low living expenses, as well as easy access to big-city amenities.
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