"Luxury Living – Small Town Charm”

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Scates Realty & Investment Properties
   For luxury living at its best, look no farther than the Town of Windermere. Pristine sand bottom lakes surround this small West Orange community. The largest lake, Lake Butler, is located on the west, Lake Down on the east and Lake Bessie on the southeast side of town. The boating enthusiast will revel in the system of canals that connect eight lakes known as the Butler Chain of Lakes. This chain of lakes make waterfront living in Windermere a sight to see.

Today more than 2,300 people inhabit the Town of Windermere. The community, however, has not based its success on how rapidly it grows, but on how natural and pleasant a community it is to reside in. Windermere tries to focus on preserving the town's natural state and strong community atmosphere. The town's quality of life is its most distinguishing feature. In fact, many of the town streets remain unpaved to continue their commitment to retain the pristine nature of the Chain of Lakes. Windermere has been named "Tree City USA" for its commitment to a natural environment. For luxury living in a small town atmosphere, look no further than the Town of Windermere where there is "Luxury Living with a Small Town Charm."


Windermere's logo is based on that of the Town of Windermere, England

The top left quarter shows three Windermere class yachts, which were quite famous at one time.

The bottom left quarter represents the flag of Saint George, the Patron Saint of England.

The top right quarter is symbolic of an ancient gate denoting Windermere as the gateway to the Lake District.

The bottom right quarter represents three char, a rare and delicious species of trout, which are caught in Lake Windermere at a depth of at least 90 feet using gold or gold-plated lures.

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