Old Homosassa is a quaint Florida Village on Florida's Nature Coast located 60 miles north of the Tampa Airport. The area is known for the spring fed Homosassa River, Halls River, and Mason Creek, which leads into Homosassa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The area's waterways are home to a large diversity of wildlife including manatees, river otters, porpoise, and many species of birds, fish and shell fish native to the west coast of Florida.
Old Homosassa still retains the charm of a river village setting with riverfront restaurants, art galleries, fresh seafood shops, and of course a few old time honky tonks for evening entertainment.
The two bedroom, two bath Creekside House at Mason Creek Estates is located in a quiet neighborhood across from Mason Creek on a large landscaped property loaded with native shade trees. A circle driveway leads to undercover parking. Dock privileges and mooring are available at our private dock across the street.
The two story completely furnished home has a large inlaid tile sunroom leading into an open plan living area which includes a fireplace, cathedral ceiling, leather furniture and beautiful custom artwork.
The kitchen - dining area is fully equipped and includes all necessities in a large kitchen, glass dining room table, kitchen counter seating and tile floors. The master bedroom has a marble bath (floors), king size bed, a super size walk-in closet, and a private deck. The guest bedroom has a double bed and a marble bath (floors). An air mattress is available for extra sleeping.
Activities in the area include excellent fishing, scalloping, swimming, biking, boating, kayaking, canoeing, bird watching and just enjoying the local rivers, Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge and Withlacoochee State Forest all one half mile from Mason Creek Launch Ramp and the Creekside House available for rent.
Water access, dock privileges, and mooring are available at our private dock kiddy corner from the Creekside House. Not familare with Mason Creek Water way we can show you the direct route to the Gulf and Homosassa River. We don't suggest boats that reguire a draft more then 3 ft navigate our waterway.
Visit Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park and the ''Fish Bowl'' a floating underwater observatory. There are several golf courses in the local area.