Tallahassee, FL 32309
Centerville Conservancy Real Estate
Welcome to Centerville Conservancy!
Tucked between rolling hills and lush forests, Centerville Conservancy features some of the best amenities in all of Tallahasse, in addition to acres upon acres of protected green space. This community is unique in that it aims to preserve the one-of-a-kind flora and fauna of the Red Hills Region, all while offering highly desirable luxury homesites. Ready to learn more? Here's everything you need to know about one of Northeastern Tallahassee's most coveted neighborhoods.
Key Features of Centerville Conservancy
Residents of Centerville Conservancy have access to plenty of fabulous amenities, including a spacious lake house that overlooks the community pond, private stables and pastures, and two private gates. The neighborhood also has an active HOA, which governs everything from architectural changes to horse boarding.
A Variety of Communities
Centerville Conservancy consists of five smaller neighborhoods that feature only the finest Southern and Craftsmen-style homes. Here, you'll be able to choose from Oak Grove, Savannah, Forest Preserve, Lakefront, and the Meadows—all of which reflect the historical legacy, lifestyle, and landscape of the Red Hills Region.
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The Details on Centerville Conservancy
Shopping & Dining
When you live in Centerville Conservancy, you'll never be far from some of Tallahassee's best shops and restaurants. Looking for suggestions? Residents find plenty of shopping at Bannerman Crossings Shopping Center, and eateries like The Blu Halo and Z Bardhi's have something to satisfy every palate.
Do you love the outdoors? When you aren't relaxing amongst Centerville Conservancy's stunning preserves, you can check out Tallahassee's most popular green spaces. Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park, Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, and the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway are just a few local favorites.
If you're looking for a school district that makes the grade, then it's time to make a move to Centerville Conservancy. Younger residents attend top-rated Leon County Schools, which serves around 35,000 students in the area. Currently, the neighborhood is zoned for Roberts Elementary, Montford Middle, and Lawton Chiles High.
Contact the Centerville Conservancy Real Estate Experts
Want to explore the Centerville Conservancy lifestyle for yourself? If you're ready to take your next steps, contact us today or check out our exclusive resources. We look forward to hearing from you!