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Town Profile: Kissimmee FL

This quaint town has an interesting history, right down to the mystery of its name. Some suggest it was named after an American-Indian word whose spelling evolved and others suggest it evolved from a Spanish map from 1752. There are over 64 thousand individuals who call Kissimmee, Florida home. Calling this city home means, you will be a short drive from Orlando. You will have it all here, small town feeling with larger city amenities. This family-oriented city is close to the magic of Disney World, Magic Kingdom, and SeaWorld.


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In Kissimmee, FL, there is plenty to do. There are many dining options, ice cream parlors, outdoor activities, swamp tours, dinner theaters, interesting murals that tell the city's rich history. You will enjoy the rodeos and livestock auctions that are deeply rooted in the fiber of the city. There is Kissimmee Lakefront Park where you can stroll the waterfront and watch the fountain. You can also go fishing in the lake where the bass are plentiful. Made from minerals found in each of the states, the Monument of States is a sight to behold. There is something for everyone here from the exhilarating to the serene.
If you are looking for your next city, Kissimmee is the place to be. There are the many activities listed above as well as many others. In addition, baby boomers will appreciate a healthy retirement community. Below is a sampling of the communities you will have to pick from here.

Solivita

Solivita is a 55 and over community for active adults. There are a dozen different styles of homes to select at Solivita. There are also 2 world-class golf courses, a nature preserve, several lakes, and wooded areas. You will have access to tennis courts, art programs, exercise classes, social clubs, and much more. The community is stunning at every turn. The landscaping is lush and the homes are handsomely crafted. In addition, the clubhouse is an amazing, complete with a ballroom and indoor and outdoor event spaces. You will immediately feel like home here and will have use of the concierge services right away.

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Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village

This gated retirement community is perfectly situated in the city. Good Samaritan Society – Kissimmee Village is a 55 plus community. There are 14 different beautifully landscaped neighborhoods to choose from all on 425 acres. The top notch amenities include exercise facilities, both outdoor and indoor pools (heated), transportation, activities, housekeeping services, and much more. You will also have access to dining and shopping just a golf cart ride away.

When choosing your next home, Kissimmee Florida has it all. A great retirement community and many activities anyone will enjoy. In addition, you will be a short drive to Orlando, while remaining in a city with a friendly close nit feel.

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