Grand Opening – Villages at BridgeWater

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Villages at BridgeWater Debuts Luxurious Lakefront Living on March 21

Grand Opening Will Showcase New Homes Starting at Just $859/Month

Surrounded by breathtaking lakeshore horizons, total relaxation couldn’t be more attainable nor affordable than at LGI Homes’ new Villages at BridgeWater. With quality-crafted new homes and incredible amenities being offered for as little as $859 per month, this new Lakeland community’s Grand Opening debut on Saturday, March 21, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the very best of modern living close to Tampa, but away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

In addition to showcasing BridgeWater’s five signature lakes, expansive amenity center, and oversized backyards, America’s fast-growing homebuilder will bring one-day-only special discounts and exclusive offers to the master-planned community for the Grand Opening Event. Add that on top of a generous No Money Down program and already-exceptional value, and March 21 is a date to circle on calendars across central Florida and beyond.

The Big Unveiling

Inside the front door of each new home, you’ll soon discover evidence of LGI Homes’ commitment to quality and customer satisfaction in the spacious, modern floor plans featuring three, four, or five bedrooms; two- or three-car garages; raised panel doors; brushed nickel hardware and fixtures; custom-built cabinets; and $10,000 worth of upgrades to achieve the custom look and feel you want. All of this and more will be on display during the March 21 Grand Opening. Join one of the knowledgeable consultants for a tour and easy-to-understand overview of the step-by-step process to owning your dream home.

The Villages at BridgeWater community features a resort-style pool and gorgeous community clubhouse, abundant access to lakeshore activities, and fantastic fitness and recreational facilities. Enjoy a refreshing morning on the fishing dock, launch from the canoe pad for a few moments of peace and tranquility out on the water, relax under the shade of the gazebo, entertain the children at the neighborhood park and playground, or engage in a little exercise at the well-equipped fitness center or basketball and tennis courts.

Why Choose the Villages at BridgeWater?

While there’s certainly no shortage of attractions within the community, the Villages at BridgeWater is located conveniently close to Interstate 4. It’s just a short drive to the only shopping mall between Tampa and Orlando, formally known as the Lakeland Square Mall. This six-anchor indoor facility has been Lakeland’s leading upscale shopping destination since the 1990s.

Continue on to downtown Lakeland for a multitude of fine eateries, antique collections, specialty shops, art galleries, museums, and walking trails, including the one that takes you around the Lake Mirror Park promenade, amphitheater, and breathtaking Hollis Garden.

Head over in either direction to discover primetime entertainment in downtown Tampa or downtown Orlando, both of which are less than an hour away. No matter what form of Florida fun you prefer, the Villages at BridgeWater offer limitless possibilities for all of life’s pleasures.

Why Choose LGI Homes?

With LGI Homes, you can sit back and enjoy a hard-earned lifestyle of luxury and serenity that won’t break the bank, whether it’s your first home or your next home. In the Villages at BridgeWater, across the Sunshine State, and from coast to coast, LGI Homes combines luxury and affordability with the most desirable locations and years of experience building the nation’s best new home communities.

Discover just how attractive lakefront life at BridgeWater can be by being among the first to visit during our March 21 Grand Opening, because an offer this good won’t last long. Take a sneak peek at LGIHomes.com/VillagesatBridgeWater and reserve your appointment with an LGI Homes new home consultant today by calling (866) 694-1897, ext. 1336; see you there!

Be a Tourist in Your Own City

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LGI Homes’ neighborhoods are located in some of America’s greatest cities. Therefore, it only makes sense for those who call these cozy communities home, to take advantage of all that is waiting for them to enjoy in their new backyards.

Atlanta, GA
Kids Exploring Atlanta Botanical Garden

Kids Exploring Atlanta Botanical Garden
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Atlanta is currently home to three LGI communities and a wealth of fun and entertainment for its residents. Perhaps one of the most exciting, particularly for those just moving into their new home, is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This beautiful destination provides much inspiration for those wishing to start their own smaller scale garden. Although Avondale Springs, Semaphore Crossing, and Maple Park are all fairly close by, they make a great weekend trip to take in the plant collections and other heavenly natural surroundings. Family memberships start at just $99 per year, which will pay for itself in just a few visits.

Residents of Semaphore Crossing and Avondale Springs need only embark on a short jaunt to Little Five Points in Midtown Atlanta. This eclectic area features restaurants, such as The Tijuana Garage and The Vortex Bar & Grill. Enjoy some Lobster Pico Rolls, a Mexican Veggie Pizza, Borracho Nachos, or an order of Southern Fried Pickles while taking in the tantalizing tastes close to home.

Atlanta is also home to a number of sports teams, such as the Falcons, Braves, and the Hawks, plus NASCAR at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. It is also home to a slice of sports history in Centennial Olympic Park.

Austin, TX
Old Williamson County Jail in Georgetown

Old Williamson County Jail in Georgetown
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The North Austin community of Sonterra is located near Georgetown, Texas, a historic area full of both natural and manmade richness. Residents can enjoy picnicking alongside the luscious lagoon, known as Blue Hole, just blocks from downtown. Historic Georgetown features self-guided tours of attractions, such as the Old Williamson County Jail and the City Pharmacy.

East Austin is not only home to the community of Presidential Glen, but also near popular tourist hot spots, including Texas State Cemetery, Bluebonnet Hill Golf Course, and Live Oak Brewing Company. Residents can spend the day enjoying great beer, music, artwork, or perhaps putting the green.

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
White Tiger at Fort Worth Zoo

White Tiger at Fort Worth Zoo
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The Dallas/Fort Worth area currently is home to seven LGI Homes’ communities, as well as the lure of many popular tourist attractions. The Fort Worth Zoo houses to at least 5,000 animals and is open every day of the year. Family memberships begin around $130 per year, and offer visitors unlimited visits.

St. Patrick Cathedral is a breathtaking, must-see attraction offering daily mass. The architecture of this structure, with its gothic columns and stained glass windows, attracts hundreds of visitors each year.

In addition to animals and architecture, the Dallas/Fort Worth area boasts rich culture and cuisine, as well as the Stockyards Rodeo and the Texas Motor Speedway for sports fans.

Houston, TX
Girls Playing at the Children's Museum of Houston

Girls Playing at the Children’s Museum of Houston
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For home owners in the Houston area, there are various free museums for both individuals and families to enjoy. The Holocaust Museum Houston features a variety of exhibits and is open seven days a week. September through May, on the first Tuesday of every month, residents can visit the Houston Zoo free of charge as well. The Children’s Museum of Houston is free on Thursdays from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and makes a wonderful family night field trip.

Houston also offers great shopping, delicious restaurants, and a vibrant night life. Enjoy some pork belly tacos from Anvil Bar & Refuge downtown or scout some unique pieces at Antiques on 8, before taking in a concert or movie with friends or family.

San Antonio, TX
San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio River Walk
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San Antonio residents always have something to choose from, whether it is a slow, romantic walk on the River Walk or a fun-filled day with the family at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, there is definitely something for everyone. The Alamo and Majestic Theatre are also popular attractions, while less famous spots, such as Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch and Medina Lake are also welcoming, fun spots for residents and tourists alike.

Orlando, FL
Disney Characters at Disney World Orlando

Disney Characters at Disney World Orlando
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Perhaps the most famous attraction for residents and tourists, Disney World and Universal Orlando, are only the tip of the iceberg. Cherry Lake and Highland Meadows residents can take in a wide variety of venues and restaurants, including the Holy Land Experience and the Cornell Fine Arts Museum; as well as 310 Lakeside and Amura.

Tampa, FL
Sunshine Skyway Bridge

Sunshine Skyway Bridge
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Krenson residents can take the short drive into Tampa and enjoy the beautiful scenery while crossing the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Busch Gardens, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Airheads Trampoline Arena are also fun-filled, popular tourist spots. Take in a meal at the Pane Rustica, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine, or one of many other delicious restaurants in the area.

Phoenix, AZ
Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park
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Probably the most popular, yet natural attraction, for residents of the Blue Hills, Glennwilde, and Magma Ranch communities is the Grand Canyon. A wonderful way to take in nature is to throw a tent in the trunk and camp out under the stars, perhaps at Mather Campground on the South Rim, or Desert View Campground. While touring the canyon, a river trip is a must and can range anywhere from one day to a 25-day trip aboard rafts on private or professionally guided tours.

Tucson, AZ
Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park
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Caddis Haley residents are privileged with a wealth of attractions, as well as LGI’s other communities. Home to Saguaro National Park, Reid Park Zoo, and the Cathedral of Saint Augustine, this area is rich in culture and natural beauty. The area also is a food mecca boasting restaurants such as Guillermo’s Double L Restaurant and Vivace.