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Model Madison


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4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Castillo De La Sol

Castillo De La Sol

4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Sheffield


3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2 Car Garage
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Model Isleworth


5 Bedroom, 4 Bath, 2 Car Garage
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Model Casa Del Sol

Casa Del Sol

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Casa Bella

Casa Bella

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Model Jacqueline Bay

Jacqueline Bay

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Brevard County stretches for 75 miles along the Atlantic Coast and covers 1310 square miles, with a population nearing 470,000. The Space Coast is known as a high-tech center of the Southeast. Melbourne is about an hour's drive south of Kennedy Space Center, and 1-1/2 hours due east of Disney World. The City is located in the southern portion of Brevard County. Nearby incorporated communities include Palm Bay, West Melbourne, Indialantic, Melbourne Beach, Indian Harbor Beach, and Satellite Beach. Also nearby is Viera, the unincorporated community that hosts Florida Marlins spring training.

Melbourne today features two "old" downtown areas, each with specialty shops and other attractions. In the late 1800's, much of Melbourne's commercial activity was conducted in wooden buildings clustered along Front Street, located on Indian River Lagoon shoreline at Melbourne Harbor. While most of Melbourne is located on the Florida mainland, a small portion is located on a barrier island. The Indian River Lagoon separates the mainland from the island. The Indian River Lagoon is the most diversified estuary in the country. The Florida manatee makes its home there along with thousands of plants and animals. The largest sea turtle nesting area is located at Canaveral National Seashore. Merritt Island is a refuge for 22 endangered or threatened species. The peregrine falcon, eastern indigo snake, Florida manatee and the gopher tortoise are a few of the wildlife that call this sanctuary home.

Palm Bay's recent history began in the 1850's when the first white settlers, also drawn by the bounty and beauty of the area, built homes along Turkey Creek. The 1920's brought the city's present name of Palm Bay with it. The town was so named after the bay, bordered with palm trees, situated at the mouth of Turkey Creek. An economic catalyst was provided in the 1940's when the United States navy expanded into the area with air stations. Since the 1950's space related industries moved into the area and modern industry had arrived. Over the years, the City has continued to grow and now more than 78,000 residents call it home. The City of Palm Bay has approximately 800 miles of roads and swales to maintain. At build-out, it is projected that the City will have more than 250,000 residents.

Titusville is a place where nature is in harmony with the everyday world. Titusville is on the eastern coast of Florida just south of Mosquito Lagoon. The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and the Canaveral National Seashore separate Titusville from the Atlantic Ocean. Preserving and maintaining the fragile ecosystem and the wildlife takes top priority. The economy of Titusville is based on the aerospace industry, tourism and a great citrus industry. The space industry settled upon Titusville around the 1950's and continues to grow.

Cocoa Beach has the appearance of being just an uncrowded quiet beach but appearances can be deceiving. It is located on a barrier island in the Central-East section of Florida and separated from the city of Cocoa by the Intracoastal waterway and the Banana River. Technology and the space age mix with historical buildings, scenic views and natural wonders.

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