Landsea Homes Corporation, a publicly traded residential homebuilder, announced that it closed on 103 homesites in Kissimmee. The Central Florida homes will be part of the Storey Creek master-planned community.
“We’re excited to be a part of the acclaimed Storey Creek master-planned community situated in a prime location of central Florida,” said Nichola Mitchell, vice president of sales and marketing, Florida division, Landsea Homes. “Our new homes in Storey Creek will offer homebuyers the opportunity to purchase high-quality, high performance homes in one of the fastest growing cities in Florida. Not to mention the region’s great schools and outstanding quality of life.”
Landsea Homes’ collection of single-family homes in Storey Creek will range from 1,635 to 3,198 square feet on 60-foot lots. Development will begin this summer and sales are slated to begin in spring 2023.
The Storey Creek master-planned community features a resort-style pool, clubhouse, fitness center, dog park, children’s playground, and walking trail as well as basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts for resident use. The community also boasts easy access to US Hwy 17-92, US 192, and Interstate 4.
Kissimmee is a city in central Florida’s Osceola County, just south of Orlando. It’s defined by its proximity to the region’s multitude of amusement parks, including Walt Disney World Resort. The city lies along the northwest shore of Lake Tohopekaliga and its lush Kissimmee Waterfront Park contains walking paths, playgrounds, and a fishing pier.
Cypress Hammock, another Landsea Homes community in Kissimmee, is currently selling.