GEN 1 HOMES AT OCALA

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ABOUT OCALA

Ocala‘s name comes from the extinct Timucuan Indians who called their village Ocali, commonly thought to mean “Big Hammock”.  Today, many of Ocala’s streets have historical Indian names, while others have Spanish names from old land grants. Ocala was developed as a result of the Indian Wars in which Fort King played a strategic role. In 1846 Ocala became the county seat of newly formed Marion County (honoring General Francis Marion).  By 1847 settlers constructed a courthouse on the square, the post office moved to Ocala, and a weekly newspaper was established. By 1858 Ocala was one of the leading social and business centers in Florida. The civil war all but destroyed business in Ocala, and the population dwindled to about 200 people.

In 1880 Joseph Caldwell platted a 50 block area southeast of the original city plat on land that had been part of the 1817 Alvarez grant.  The road from Ocala to Fort King ran across this land. The center of town was virtually destroyed by fire on Thanksgiving Day in 1883. In rebuilding, brick and other fire resistant materials were used instead of lumber. Thus, Ocala became known as the “Brick City”, a name still used today. According to the 1885 Charter of Ocala, the Town of Ocala was locally incorporated in 1868; stated approval was granted on February 4, 1869.  At the time of incorporation, the city limits were set 1000 yards in all directions from the downtown square. By 1890, Ocala had expanded to four square miles and its population had increased to 1,895; it was the fifth largest town in Florida. Early homes in Ocala were constructed within a few blocks of the Court House Square, and are now part of the Ocala and Tuscawilla Park Historic Districts.

COMMUNITIES

Marion Oaks

Marion Oaks is the perfect blend of comfort, style, and unsurpassed value. The community is located on pretty pastured lands with rolling hills and ancient oak trees, 18 miles southwest of Ocala.

SUMMERCREST

SummerCrest is a gated picturesque community, centrally located between the cities of Belleview and Ocala, and only a ten minute drive from the Villages.

FLOOR PLANS

We are pleased to offer variety of spacious floor plans for you and your family. With environmental and energy efficiency in mind, we have designed the perfect floor plan for your family. View our plans and pick the design that's right for you.

Villa Piccolo Model

1453 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Villa Cerato Model

1657 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Villa Godi Model

1546 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Villa Vincenzo Model

1670 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Villa Foscari Model

1961 Sq. Ft., 3-4 BEDS, 2.5 BATHS

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Millennial I Model

1986 Sq. Ft., 4 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Millennial X Model

1858 Sq. Ft., 4 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Millennial Y Model

1382 Sq. Ft., 4 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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Millennial II Model

1810 Sq. Ft., 4 BEDS, 2-1/2 BATHS

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Millennial Mini Model

1212 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 2 BATHS

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MOVE IN READY HOMES

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