Doral Village

29250 US Highway 19 N., Clearwater, FL 33761



 

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Well Kept 55+ Manufactured Home Community of Doral Village in Clearwater, Florida is Nicely Manicured and Has Both New and Resale Homes

Situated along the west central coast of Florida, Clearwater is the site of Doral Village, a 55+ manufactured home community. It sits on 69 well groomed acres and is resident-owned and run. Both resale homes and new homes are for sale.

 

 

Most dwellings are of similar color and have one to three bedrooms, a screened porch, air conditioning, a carport, and ample storage. Driveways are paved. Some homes have a new roof, ceiling fans, and an extra large shower. Doral Village also has a pet neighborhood. Animals that live here must meet size requirements. Indoor cats are welcome throughout the village.

Prices begin well below $100,000. Some prices may include an owner share. Residents are not required to purchase a share, but shareholders pay lower monthly fees and can vote on park issues or become a board member.

Doral Village's clubhouse has a swimming pool, a library, and a computer room. Activities and classes range from bowling to weekly coffee get togethers, from travel trips to zumba. The creek that runs through the village is visited by egrets and blue herons.

 

The community is golf cart friendly. Residents may also use the 1.5 mile loop around the village for exercise and to get from home to home. Sidewalks and palm streets line the streets.

Banks, beaches, golf courses, malls, and medical facilities are nearby. Downtown Clearwater hosts a Blast Friday, a film festival, a farmers' market, and a jazz holiday. The city manages five pools, a 126-slip marina, and a public art program. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium specializes in dolphin and turtle rehabilitation. Clearwater's Moccasin Lake Nature Park features an environmental education center.

Morton Plant Hospital has nearly 700 beds and is accredited by the Joint Commission.

This area has a humid subtropical climate, meaning two seasons per year, one hot and humid and one less hot and less humid. On average, the area receives 55 inches of rain per year.

 

Visit www.doralville.com for more information.


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