Winter Garden, Fla. – M/I Homes will break ground in mid-January of its first model home at Heritage at Plant Street, a new community of single-family homes and high-end townhomes within walking distance of popular downtown Winter Garden.
The homebuilder has 41 single-family homesites and 43 sites for townhomes in the community, according to David Byrnes, area president for M/I Homes.
Sales will begin in March of townhomes priced from the $280s and single-family homes from the $350s, he said.
Winter Garden suburban growth is largely due to the city’s central location with easy access to several main thoroughfares including Florida’s Turnpike and SR 429. The 10-minute drive to Disney World’s resort area and 25 minutes to downtown Orlando with all of its employment and entertainment venues add to the appeal.
Byrnes said Heritage at Plant Street, located at East Plant and East Newell Streets, will include its own centralized recreation area with a pool and cabana, along with pedestrian walkways and shared open spaces throughout the development.
The community is adjacent to West Orange Trail the 22-mile multi purpose recreational greenway that runs through historic downtown with its cafés, shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and theatre, all within walking distance.
“All these amenities add a tremendous lifetime and lifestyle value at this community,” Byrnes said.
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For more information contact
David Byrnes, Area President, M/I Homes, 407-531-5100 email@example.com
Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407 644-4142 Lvershelco@aol.com
About M/I Homes
M/I Homes, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading builders of single-family homes, having delivered more than 81,500 homes. The Company’s homes are marketed and sold under the trade names M/I Homes, Showcase Homes, TriStone Homes and Triumph Homes. The Company has homebuilding operations in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; Tampa and Orlando, Florida; Austin, Houston and San Antonio, Texas; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; and the Virginia and Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.