A more established community on the Osceola/Orange County line, Hunter’s Creek is a 6.5-square-mile community consisting of many neighborhoods, parks, schools, and a golf club. Recognized by CNN/Money and Money magazine as one of the 100 best places to live in the United States, Hunter’s Creek is central to many big-name stores such as Target, Home Depot and Walmart Marketplace, along with dozens of small shops and restaurants.
It is also a stone’s throw away from The Loop and Crosslands–two popular shopping, dining, and entertainment centers located in Osceola County. From Hunter’s Creek you can easily access major roads such as John Young Parkway and the 417 toll road, making the drive into Orlando and throughout Central Florida an easy one.
Within the community, you can also find Hunter’s Creek Golf Club, a public golf course with multi-tier tees showcasing spacious fairways that carve their way through tall pines and 13 lakes.
Established in the late 80s and early 90s, Hunter’s Creek is a neighborhood you will not find much new construction in. Most of the neighborhoods within the community stem off of Hunter’s Creek Boulevard and Town Center Boulevard and include nearly 30 mini-subdivisions in total. All of the subdivisions are lined with private brick walls and uniform neighborhood signs. Mature oak trees line much of the green space along the roads and neighborhoods, making it for a great place to walk, bike, or run in.
With nearly 25,000 residents, Hunter’s Creek is a bustling community that offers an active, yet comfortable lifestyle for all.