Clermont is known as the “gem of the hills.” This small city west of Orlando lies between gently sloping hills. It has been called the “choice of champions” for being named one of the Top 20 Cities in America
Clermont is home to one of the first constructed landmarks in Florida—the Citrus Tower, which is a must-visit landmark for those planning a visit.
Built in 1956, this tower stands on one of the highest hills in the area, and is a visible reminder of Florida’s glory days as a top citrus-growing state. “Leading the Way” in terms of economic development and quality of life. A true gem indeed.
Homes in Clermont
Clermont is home to 30,000 residents, 71% of whom own their homes.
It occupies 13.63 square miles.
Real estate options include:
- Maintenance-free living in a 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom townhouse with access with boat ramp and dock, tennis courts, playground, and community pool
- Land from 3 to over 7 acres ready to develop and build your custom home in Clermont
- 3 to 4-bedroom single-family homes amid well-manicured surroundings.
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Living in Clermont
When in Clermont, you can make a day out of the Showcase of Citrus to pick your own oranges, or even take an eco-tour in a giant swamp buggy to relive Florida’s past. Take the whole family as you enjoy a clear and sunny day in the citrus groves, there’s room and more than enough oranges for everybody.
If you’re looking for something truly unique, go for the off-road experience in Revolution, which is a top-rated motor and sports venue recommended for families and guests staying in vacation spots around the area. Here you and your family and friends can ride ATVs and dune buggies, water ski, and even go bass fishing.
Clermont itself offers a wide range of adventures as well. you’ll find plenty of opportunities to go hiking, biking or boating. Drift off to your perfect day on the water as you drop a line in the lake and wait for the energetic bass to strike. Go for a few rounds on the many world-class golf courses available in the area for residents and their guests. Florida’s largest premium winery is also in the area, where guests can enjoy winery tours and wine tastings, all seven days of the week.
With its rolling hills and unique landscape, the city very much remains residential in character. Homeowners can invest in houses with a unique mix of ancient and modern features, and are spoilt for choice.