Abutting the border of Orange County, The Preserve at Avalon is located on Phil C. Peters Road, within short minutes of the New Horizon’s West.
Rolling topography in an area dominated by upper scale homes. Just 2 minutes to New Independence Parkway, future Town Center of Horizon’s West Hamlin, and easy on and off the 429. Heavily pined parcels lend themselves to long, private, buffered access to the individual lots.
There are a total of 16 lots on the entire 80 acres. There will be a central entrance boulevard with a culdesac at the end.
Once construction begins on the entrance, the road and the utility installations, the price will increase from the price of $249,900
- Lots are 5+/- acres
- Horses, dogs, cats, goats, chickens are allowed – all within moderation
- HOA fees are estimated at $200/month
- Well for water
- Septic for waste
- Duke Energy
- Solar panels and windmills are allowed as well as recycled rainwater
- Lake County provides garbage pick-up and recycling services
- There are no size restrictions on your home
- Minimum House square footage: 2,750
- Lot Size: 325′ wide /595′ – 628′ deep
About Holston Development
In business for over 30 years in Central Florida, Holston Properties and Development has been involved in many projects both residentially and commercially.
As a member of the Better Business Bureau and Chamber of Commerce and numerous charitible organizations, Holston Properties and Development believes in community involvement. The company has had the opportunity to use the expertise attained through a lengthy history of project development in Central Florida to provide its citizens thoughtful, convenient and attractive locations to live, work, and play.
Some of the neighborhoods that Robert built in or developed, in the West Orange area include Brentwood Club, Bristol Park, Bay Hill Cove, Sand Lake Hills, Lake Cane Hills, Bay vista, Marina Bay, Windermere Downs, Westfield Lakes, Phillip’s Parke, Good Homes Road Office Park, and Woodsmere, among other high quality and successful projects.
In 1984, Robert Holston left his native Virginia for the tremendous opportunity in Central Florida. He found it in the home building industry, with his first home constructed nearly three decades ago.
He is a member of the Committee 101 of West Orange, Orlando Area Board of Realtors, and The Homebuilders Association.
Other charitable organizations Robert is involved with include the Orlando Cattle Baron’s Ball, Central Florida YMCA, American Heart Association, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Make a Wish Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Edgewood Children’s Ranch, Orlando Rescue Mission and Dr. Phillip’s Foundation for Children and Families.
Robert is married, has two children and has been active in coaching baseball, football, and soccer for his children’s teams.