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I love to call Celebration home, I moved here 15 years ago from London in England. I have lived in several different countries but feel Celebration offers the best of all worlds. We are truly an international community with the feel of a small town. I am happy to answer any questions about our community, our schools, clubs, hospital what it is like to live here how to relocate here and if I don't know I will find out.

The heart of Celebration is a commitment to community, education, health, technology, and a sense of place. These cornerstones form the building blocks for this dynamic and special place. Celebration has a vibrant downtown area where friends and neighbors meet, it's so nice, to bump into so many people you know. Enjoy the many restaurants or get a cup of coffee from Starbucks and sit on a rocking chair by the lake. Take a walk and enjoy the shops meet friends for drinks.

We share parks, tennis courts, playgrounds, a signature golf course and each village has it's own community swimming pool. Our community has miles of well lit walking and bicycle paths winding through lush tropical jungle, makes your want to get out there and walk :) A fabulous health center focused on wellness. Overall, the look and feel of a warm and friendly hometown, to me it seems like the 50's. Neighbors know one another and people just seem to be more friendly.

Education in Celebration goes beyond the public school, from classical music instruction by Stetson University to theater in the school. Osceola County's Celebration School is an innovative public school with many of education's best practices.

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The Villages of Celebration - Click on The Villages to find out more

Artisan ParkCelebration Village,  East Village, Lake Evalyn, North Village, Roseville Corner, South Village, Spring Lake & West Village

Celebration Apartments


Celebration Home Styles

There are nine property types in Celebration.

Estate Homes - These signature custom homes are built in Colonial, Victorian, Classical, Coastal, French and Mediterranean styles. Estate homes are big, generous family homes, situated on generous sized lots, typically with views of water, the golf course, parks or greenbelt.

Manor Homes – Twelve of these homes were built to bridge the gap between Estate homes and Village homes. Available in Classical, Colonial, Coastal and Mediterranean styles and only available in East Village and Aquila Reserve.

Village Homes - Just like homes in small southern towns, village homes are large family homes with beautiful front yards and lots of room. Available in Colonial, Victorian, Classical, Mediterranean and Coastal styles.

Cottage Homes - Cottage homes are quaint and friendly. Perfect for relaxing conversation with front porches overlooking quiet streets. Available in Colonial, Victorian, Classical, Craftsman and Coastal styles.

Garden Homes - Garden homes are charming and low maintenance, just like the cozy homes of Key West and the Garden District in New Orleans. With just enough room to create a gardener's paradise, these homes add to the small-town charm of neighborhood streetscapes. Available in Colonial, Victorian, Classical, Coastal and Craftsman styles.

Bungalow Homes – The ever popular Bungalow homes add an element of intimacy to any streetscape. These are the smallest homes available and accommodate an intimate, modern lifestyle. Available in Classical, Craftsman, Victorian, Coastal and French

Townhomes - The elegance of simple living can be found within a classic Town Home. Exterior maintenance free living. Available in two story or three story homes.

Terrace Homes - with their distinctive architecture and exterior verandas, the Terraces at Celebration are a unique feature of Celebration. Maintenance free exteriors allow time to enjoy the neighborhood.

Condos - Condominiums vary in style and size. Mirasol has won many National awards for outstanding design and lifestyle. Georgetown and Siena have their own clubhouse, pool and gym. Artisan Park is the newest with many overlooking water and/or conservation.

Choose from a variety of architectural styles - Classical, Colonial, Coastal, Craftsman, French and Victorian

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