Shingle Creek is a housing community of Kissimmee. This community is the second phase of the Shingle Creek Reserve neighborhood in the larger community of The Oaks located just off of John Young Parkway.
Shingle Creek II is the newest of developments at the The Oaks and some homes are still under construction. There are 12 home designs to choose from 1676 square feet to 3512 square feet. Homes feature traditional architecture, pavered front walkways, open floor plans , multiple car garages, covered front porches, and grand master suites with large private bath and walk in closet. Larger floor plans feature loft spaces and upstairs laundry. All homes are ENERGY STAR certified by a third-party inspector saving energy and saving home buyers money on utility bills. Energy saving installations include smart thermostats, energy efficient appliances and light bulbs,low VOC paint and carpeting,filtered air systems, WaterSense faucets, toilets and shower heads, and double pane energy efficient windows. Prices of homes for sale range from $201,990 to $260,990.
Community Amenities include:
-basketball and tennis courts
-access to Lake Toho for boating, kayaking and fishing
Shingle Creek II is in a great location close to historic downtown Kissimmee and the Kissimmee Civic Center with fitness and wellness club, ballroom, and conference center. Also just a short drive is the popular Loop outdoor mall with a variety of retail shops, dining, and movie theater. The neighborhood is just off of John Young Parkway. Which connects you to anything in the central Florida area.
Because Kissimmee is a popular tourist destination residents benefit from the best restaurants, shopping, and outdoor activities in the area. Kissimmee is a family friendly center of activity known for themed dinner restaurants, swamp tours and endless outdoor activities. Kissimmee Lakefront Park is a popular spot in downtown to stroll down the waterfront, grab an ice cream, splash in the fountain, and even go fishing. Kissimmee is known for some of the best fishing in Florida as a spot on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. Many tourists who plan Orlando theme park vacations stay in Kissimmee. The city has great pride in preserving the downtown area steeped in stories of the town’s cattle ranching past. The Redevelopment Agency has been an active part in improving and maintaining the historic feel with cowboy themed archway and streetscaping.
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