Experience luxury living in Alaqua in Longwood, Florida, an enclave located in the Markham Woods corridor of Central Florida, north of Orlando. Alaqua (“AL-ah-KWA”), a gated golf course community, is saturated with multimillion dollar estate homes on one acre or larger landsites. Conveniently located near I-4. the neighborhood is positioned off of Markham Woods Road and adjacent to its sister neighborhood, Alaqua Lakes. On www.sueandlew.com, you can search the latest in Alaqua inventory including bank-owned, foreclosure and golf course luxury homes.
A prestigious golf community, Alaqua offers a wide variety of luxury homes with expansive home sites. The first homes were erected in Alaqua in 1987 while some sites were established in 2011. Most homes fall in the contemporary or Mediterranean in style and the community boasts a private golf course and country club. A handful of professional athletes and celebrity A-lists have called Alaqua home!
The crown jewel of Alaqua is the 18-hole champion golf course designed by nine-time Major winner Gary Player. The golf course is flanked by a 14,000 square foot clubhouse, which includes a bar and lounge area. Call 407-478-2861 or 407-478-1850 to learn more about Alaqua.
Heathrow Elementary, Markham Woods Middle School, Lake Mary High.
Downtown Orlando 25 – 45 minutes
Attractions 45 – 60 minutes
Beaches 45 – 60 minutes
Orlando International Airport 45- 75 minutes
Orlando/Sanford Int. Airport 25 – 45 minutes
LOCATION: Alaqua is located just off I-4 on Markham Woods Road.
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