Osceola Woods at Abacoa
The young and young at heart enjoy life in the Osceola Woods at Abacoa townhouses. Here's why. Townhomes in Osceola Woods at Abacoa are right off the Jupiter exit at I-95, which is great for commuters; and just a short walk to the grocery store, retail shopping, services and dining practically right next door. It's a great neighborhood for minimizing commuting time, and for making a quick shopping stop, and not having to spend much time doing either. Combine these pluses with the modern, affordably priced housing that can be found in Osceola Woods, and you have a winning combination. If you want to rent or purchase a townhouse in Osceola Woods at Abacoa, Frankel Realty Group is the only realtor you need to call.
Reducing the need to use your car will be a welcome change for many. If you are lucky enough to work in one of the newest Abacoa anchor businesses of The Scripps Florida Research Institute, Florida Atlantic University's Jupiter Campus, the Max Planck Institute, or the G4S security firm, it's quite possible you'll be able to walk to work. It's just another perk of living in Osceola Woods at Abacoa. Imagine not having to use the car all the time.
Abacoa residents enjoy an active lifestyle that includes partaking of walking and running trails, bike riding, the chance to see pre-season baseball before the major league teams head north for the summer, golf at the Abacoa Golf Club, tennis, and a full calendar of special events that take place year round in the Abacoa Town Center. What makes Osceola Woods stand out from the crowd, however, is that it's adjacent to one of the most beautiful natural preserve areas in Abacoa. These preserves are truly a treasure for the residents of Abacoa.
There are 146, three-story townhouses in Osceola Woods at Abacoa, ranging in size from about 1,800 to 2,000 square feet, with floor plans that feature an expansive kitchen and living area. These townhomes offer granite kitchen counters, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and of course, a neighborhood pool. Only a few residents in the community take advantage of the live/work designation of Osceola Woods at Abacoa and choose to run a business out of the first floors of their homes. Others prefer instead to convert these first floor office spaces into media rooms or extra bedrooms.