Residents of Apopka have traded the fast-paced life of the city for something a little slower and more relaxing. Often called the “ Indoor Foliage Capital of the World,”, Apopka residents love gardening, spending time out of doors, and basically enjoying time with their friends and neighbors. Apopka is an area filled with many close-knit residents who have been living there for year. The Mayor of Apopka, John H. Land has been serving as Mayor there for over 57 years.
The homes are small and rustic while the yards are very big in Apopka, giving everyone in the area plenty of space to run around and raise their families. While it may feel a bit too ‘out of the way’ for some, for those who are interested in buying a home in a community that’s a little more laid back, Apopka is an ideal choice.
Afraid you may find yourself suddenly lacking for something to do? Never fear. Apopka may be a little more tranquil than some of its neighbors, but there’s still plenty to do.
Enjoy a day of paddle boarding, golf, or bowling. Take the kids to one of several indoor trampoline arenas, or, if you’re a little more daring, sign yourself up to guest man a real airplane! There’s shopping and plenty of quaint restaurants to enjoy as well. And naturally, the theme parks and amusements of the Greater Orlando area are never far away.
If you’re interested in finding a quaint home in a welcoming community full of friendly faces, please contact us or view the property listings in Apopka, FL.
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