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Oak Village Women Club Luncheon

February 8, 2016   11:00 am

Glen Lakes Country Club

Contact Luncheon Coordinator

Rose Flodstrom    503-6745


20th Annual Women of Sugarmill Woods

“School-astic” Golf Classic

Monday, February 22, 2016

Sugarmill Woods Country Club

Golf, Luncheon, Prizes, Fun!

Contact: Mary Kay Verkennes 218.820.4049

Maureen Waltman 352.503.6953

Women of Sugarmill 2016 Day Trip

What: Day trip to Trader Joes and Mazzaros Italian Market in St. Petersburg

Monday March 7, 2016

Shandelle 813 408-1247

CVPOA Board of Directors Meeting

February 19, 2016

Sugarmill Woods Country Club 9:30am

18th Annual Superintendent’s Golf Classic

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Sugarmill Woods Country Club

Bruce Sheffield 726.1931 ext.2239

Sugarmill Woods Main Entrance
Main Entrance to Sugarmill Woods
Aerial view of Sugarmill Woods
Sugarmill Woods a Florida Greenbelt Community

Sugarmill Woods is a unique Florida community, located in Citrus County on the “Nature Coast”.
Our 4700 homes offer a wide variety of architectural styles: traditional, modern, comfortable. New buyers agree: our homes offer the best value to be found in all of Florida. Each home is surrounded by a Greenbelt. If you don’t find the house of your dreams, there is a home site awaiting for your creation or if you prefer maintenance free living, you can choose a villa or condominium.

Located conveniently between Gainesville and Tampa, due west of Orlando, Sugarmill Woods homes offer a beautiful, quiet lifestyle.

Come see a Florida you didn’t know exists!

What is the Greenbelt?

Sugarmill Woods was originally a cattle farm – hundreds of acres of pasture land. The developers decided the land needed trees. To create the woods that became Sugarmill, 1.2 million pine saplings were planted. With the guidance of a Florida naturalist, one third of the property was set aside, preserved as wildlife strips – or Greenbelt. The 5300 acres of Sugarmill Woods has 1700 acres that remain untouched – a piece of nature for every home site. It was a development breakthrough in Florida and in the United States, studied by urban planners. It is land occupied by our residents and shared with the flora and fauna native to the area.

No Florida development offers a feature quite like our Greenbelt.