Our 3 bedroom 2 bath home on the 6th Tee and fairway of the Ocala National Golf Club is perfect for first or second honeymooners, but spacious enough to comfortably accommodate a party of 6 when not reserved for our special honeymoon guests.
Both the rec room and the oversized Master bedroom have sliding glass doors that open to a vista of lush 'Old Florida' fauna and flora; huge oak trees, Spanish moss, and tropical plants and birds. The one acre property is nestled between the horse farms on the east and the Golf Course on the west. The Golf Course has been redesigned by Rees Jones and was host to the 2009 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship in October 2009.
Watch TV, play cards, or billiards while sipping your favorite refreshment in the rec room or on the back porch as you enjoy the wonderful backyard vista and the 6th Tee and fairway.You can see butterflies and humming birds, pileated woodpeckers, osprey and cardinals from the breakfast nook in the kitchen.
Attention Honeymooners: To enhance the stay of our honeymooners, we offer a 10% discount and a complimentary fruit, cheese, and wine basket.
You'll have the whole acre to yourselves but be conveniently located near restaurants, Publix Supermarket, Walgreen's Pharmacy, hair salon, nail boutique, Silver Springs attractions and open air concerts. There is a local flea market, and Jai Alai is only 15 miles away!
HITS is only 7 miles away. It's so convenient for both spectators and competitors!
Back porch living: You'll love the screened back porch with its ceiling fan and lights. There are two tables on the back porch: one with four chairs, and one with two swivel chairs. You'll be able to relax out there reading a book, eating, barbequing your steaks on the gas grill, or playing cards while watching the sunset over the golf course.
Early in the morning it's a great place to read the paper and sip your morning coffee as the birds come in to feed or enjoy the bird bath. There are always squirrels chasing each other up and down the trees or those enormous pileated woodpeckers going from tree to tree searching out their morning feast.
There are osprey crying overhead, cardinals, and when it rains and the retention pond fills, you'll see ducks, egrets and other water fowl swimming or feeding.
Walking, jogging or bike riding: Whether you enjoy jogging, bike riding or walking, you'll find the neighborhood streets of Golden Hills a wonderful place to exercise. You'll see neighbors out on their morning strolls or bike rides, young mothers pushing strollers, or people riding in golf carts. As you head north on our street, you'll see horse ranches to the right.
The location is the best of both worlds, the golfing community on the west, the equestrian community on the east.