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Ocala, FL

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Kenneth Kirkpatrick

Ken Halderman

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Heritage Realty is a full service licensed real estate brokerage that offers land and single family homes.  We have been providing superior service to our clients in Marion County since 2007.  Explore our local Ocala real estate listings, and search through the properties and homes for sale in Ocala. Heritage Realty is committed in providing North Central Florida customers the best experience in buying and selling Ocala real estate.

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8262 SW 107th Place
Ocala, FL 34481
2 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage
1340sf of Living

                                            ABOUT MARION COUNTY / OCALA, FL

Marion County has an estimated population of 340,012.  The city of Ocala, the County Seat since 1845, is called “The Crossroads of Florida” because of its proximity to major roadways and a location central to both East and West coasts and North and South Florida.  Ocala is bountiful with rich history, charming tree lined streets and lovely Victoria homes.  Ocala has the culture, vitality, and diversity of a much larger city. Yet Ocala provides an idyllic setting for outdoor lovers as well with its 389,000 acre Ocala National Forest, scenic countryside, grand country manors, spectacular horse farms, fresh water fishing, golfing, riding and abundance of other recreational activities.

The County’s welcoming atmosphere, climate, natural beauty and amenities, variety and affordability of housing, plentiful jobs and reasonable mortgage rates prove a dynamic combination indeed. In addition, Ocala’s strong business environment and steady job growth continue to generate new opportunities and expansion possibilities for businesses both large and small.

One can't come to Marion County without becoming aware immediately that this is the "Horse Capital of the World".  The U.S. Department of Agriculture in early 1999, put its seal of approval on promotions using that label.  The county ranked third nationally (behind two counties in Kentucky) in total value of horses sold. Horses are big business in Marion County, with over 200 horse farms representing between 45 and 50 different breeds are in the area.

Ocala/Marion County is a community rich in cultural and natural resources. The arts flourish through the Appleton Museum, with its outstanding cultural exhibits, and the Ocala Civic Theatre with a wide array of award-winning dramatic and musical productions. Opportunities exist for music appreciation through the Central Florida Symphony Orchestra and the Marion Civic Chorale. West Port High School serves as the Marion County Center for the Arts. In addition, the Marion Cultural Alliance is a community-sponsored agency that encourages programs and appreciation of all cultural activities in the community.

An Impressive Resume’
• There are three major hospitals in the Ocala area. Munroe Regional Medical Center has received numerous state and national accolades including being rated as the safest hospital in Florida for Overall Hospital Care in 2010 by the Delta Group. Munroe Regional has also been recognized as Marion County's Most Preferred Hospital for Overall Quality & Image and Best Doctors & Nurses for eight consecutive years.  Ocala Regional Medical Center and West Marion Community Hospital have each been named one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for 2011 by HealthGrades®, for the fifth year in a row.  They also received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence among other numerous awards in several different service areas.  (see location map)
• Milken Institute’s ranking of the nation’s hottest job markets, lists Ocala/Marion County among the nation’s largest 200 metro areas for job creation and wage growth.

 • The Government Finance Officers Association of the US and Canada (GFOA) presented the City of Ocala the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.  It reflects the commitment of the governing body and staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeting.

Educational Opportunities 
• 31 elementary schools
• 10 middle schools
• 8 high schools
• 3 charter schools 
• 14 special needs schools
• 37 private schools
• Central Florida Community College
• Rasmussen College
• University of Florida, Gainesville

Other Amenities & Awards
• Over 15 golf courses
• Silver Springs, and Rainbow Springs with their abundance of clean, natural spring water
• Multitude of rivers, lakes, campgrounds, and hiking trails
• Appleton Museum
• Ocala National Forest is The Southernmost United States National Park
• Ocala/Marion County has an area over 1,610 square miles

1995 Fifth Best Place to Live in America; Named All American City
1998 11th Most Livable Small City - Money Magazine
1999 Top 50 (#36) Best Small Metropolitan Area - Inc. Magazine
2000 Third most affordable housing in all MSA's in the nation - National Association of Realtors

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