As part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metro Area, the town of Clermont, Florida, has a lot to offer despite its relatively small size. Home to just 30,000 residents, Clermont is situated twenty-two miles west of Orlando. The community was incorporated in 1916 and boasts a history steeped in citrus farming. In fact, Clermont is home to the Florida Citrus Tower which was erected in 1956 to overlook the community’s many citrus fields. Today the monument overlooks the suburban neighborhoods of Orlando, as well as the area’s many glistening lakes.
U.S. 27 and State Road 50 run through the community affording an easy commute, as well as easy access to the area’s exciting attractions and world-class amenities. Fabulous dining, shopping, entertainment, and recreation are all within easy reach when you buy a home in Clermont. And speaking of Clermont homes, prospective homebuyers will be impressed with the real estate available in the city’s many exceptional neighborhoods and subdivisions. One of the more noteworthy neighborhoods is known as Marsh Hammock.
Marsh Hammock is a well-established neighborhood in Clermont comprised primarily of reasonably priced midsized houses. Most of the Marsh Hammock properties were constructed between 2001 and 2005 and range in size from 1,536 to 3,270 square feet of living space. Marsh Hammock homes typically have between three and five bedrooms with two bathrooms and sit on quarter-acre lots with two-car garages. If you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Marsh Hammock, please contact us at your earliest convenience so we can assist you.