Coastal Condominium Development Located in Horseshoe Beach, FL

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How do I see the units and the project?
All of the developer units are sold out.
 
 FAQ's & MORE INFORMATION


What is the Town of Horseshoe Beach like?
Horseshoe Beach is a special community.  The town’s casual atmosphere and “Old Florida” charm provides a quite escape from the rest of Florida.  Cruising the town in golf carts, relaxing, fishing, visiting neighbors and watching sunsets are folk's primary past-times.  Horseshoe has "Panama Paul's General Store" with groceries and a full-line of marine supplies, hardware & fishing gear, an Ice Cream & Hot Dog Stand (w/fresh-made donuts ever weekend), the "Horseshoe Beach Cafe" (a full-service restaurant), a US Post Office, "Horseshoe Beach Marina" (a full-service marina), and of course "Horseshoe Beach City Hall"!  The town is incorporated with a City Council and Mayor.  The Town is in the process of building a new water plant and all of the town's streets have just been paved.  With dedicated Wildlife Management Areas primarily to both sides, the gulf-front town of Horseshoe Beach will always remain small and an escape back to the natural surroundings of Old Florida. 
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Where will I launch and dock my boat?
The Egret Landing Condominium Association canal common area has a private boat ramp/launch and dock for the use of Egret Landing condo owners.  The Egret Landing canal common area has ~160' of private boat docking available only to Egret Landing homeowners.  Egret Landing homeowners are allowed to tie their vessel at the private condo dock overnight, etc. while their unit is occupied.  There is also a County Park in Horseshoe Beach with a public ramp and a full-service Marina with two boat hoists.  

How Close is the Gulf of Mexico to the Egret Landing Boat Ramp & Docking?
The Gulf of Mexico is approximately only 300 yards from the Egret Landing Boat Ramp & Docking.  You can see the open Gulf from the boat ramp!   

What is the difference between the Floorplans of Units "B" & "C" and Units "D" & "E"?
The floorplans of units "B" & "C" are the same, just "mirrored" or "flipped."  The same applies for Units "D" & "E". 
Floorplan "A" is the one-bedroom unit.

How do I purchase an "end unit"?
All of the two and three-bedroom residences are end units.  The floor plans are very spacious with a lot of natural light, wide entrance hallway, etc. 

Where will I park & where can I park/store my boat & fishing gear?
Each residence includes assigned covered parking underneath the respective residence.  Several of the buildings are designed with drives on both sides so vehicles and boat trailers can pull through, etc.  There is also additional parking available in the driveway behind your parking bay as well as additional automobile parking in front of several buildings and around the common areas of the development.  There are electric outlets and hose bibs in each parking bay for boat washing and charging of boat batteries, etc.  Each unit also comes with a lockable, individual ground-level storage room to keep all of your boating items, fishing gear, kayaks, coolers, etc. 
(Click to View One & Two-Bedroom Parking)  (Click to View Three-Bedroom Parking)

Is there a swimming pool?
Yes.  The swimming pool and covered picnic area is located in the picnic area between buildings A through G. 

Who was the General Contractor for the project?
Charles Perry Construction, Inc. from Gainesville & Orlando, FL built the Egret Landing project.  Charles Perry Construction has been in the construction business for over 40 years and has a excellent reputation for a high-quality product.  We wanted the best and are glad they came to Horseshoe Beach to build Egret Landing.  Their company website is: http://www.perryconstruction.com

How is the construction quality?
The construction quality is excellent.  There is no OSB used in the construction and in addition to hurricane strapping, we also used the "Quick Tie" cable tie-down system throughout the 2"x6" exterior walls.  All of the buildings are built on pre-stressed, driven cement piles & pre-stressed cement beams at an elevation 2' to 4' higher than code which saves the homeowner's association greatly on the insurance carried in the dues.  All interior floors, walkways & balconies have a cement topping.  The exterior siding used is James Hardie cement-board.  Vinyl Impact-Resistant windows and doors were used, eliminating the need for shutters.  The interior finishes, fixtures and molding are high-quality as well.  This is not your average multi-family building.  Our goal is to produce a high-quality, low-maintenance building for folks to enjoy for many years to come.  Come take a look, you will be impressed. 

What do my dues cover and how much are they?
The association dues cover a wide range of items including: flood, wind, property & liability insurance on the association-owned sections of the buildings, maintenance & reserves, association lawn service, trash pickup, common area water & power, pest spraying, management fee, etc.  The 2013 Egret Landing Association budget has been approved and the dues are $300 monthly per unit.

What about insurance?
The association dues above cover the insurance policy premiums on the exterior of the buildings.  The Egret Landing Condominium Association currently has flood, wind/hurricane, property, liability, director & officers, etc insurance policies in place.  In fact the association is able to obtain several insurance credits each year due to the building's high-quality construction.  The master insurance policy covers from the drywall inside of the units outward.

Who is the property management company for the Association?
Trend Management out of Gainesville, FL.   They are a large company with an excellent reputation.  http://www.trendcommunities.com 

Why are the square footage numbers based on interior dimensions?
Florida law requires condominiums to determine square footage using interior dimensions.  Therefore, our 30'x40' (1,200 sq') two-bedroom residence is listed at 1,144 square feet.  Balconies. walkways, etc. are also not included in the advertised square footage. 
(Click to View One & Two-Bedroom Unit Dimensions)  (Click to View Three-Bedroom Unit Dimensions)

How's the fishing & scalloping?
The fishing is great.  Click Here to see  just a few fishing photos!  Click below to read what Florida Fishing Weekly wrote about the fishing in Horseshoe Beach & Egret Landing:  Click Here to read what Florida Fishing Weekly wrote about us!

Are there any trails to explore?
There are thousands of state & federal Wildlife Management acres around Horseshoe Beach that can be explored by hiking, bicycling or on a four-wheel ATV or dirt bike.

Are there any local licensed guides offering fishing trips?
Capt. Johnny Squires offers inshore flats & tidal creek trips and can be reached at 352-498-7479.

What about the utilities?
The electric service is provided by "Central Florida Electric Cooperative" and runs anywhere from $25 to $75 per month depending on your AC, hot water usage, etc.  The Town of Horseshoe Beach recently installed a new state-of-the-art RO water plant; therefore, city water is provided by "Horseshoe Beach Utilities".  Local telephone is provided by AT&T and they do offer High-Speed DSL Internet service via the phone line.  There is no sewer or wastewater fee.  Trash pickup is covered through the association dues and there are cans located conveniently under each building for your garbage.

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 PROJECT LOCATION & DIRECTIONS -    Printable Directions
Egret Landing is located in Dixie County, Florida in the coastal town of Horseshoe Beach. The town is located in Florida's "Big Bend" between the mouths of the Suwannee and Steinhatchee rivers.  The closet commercial airport is located in Gainesville, FL which is about an 1 1/2 hour drive.  Downtown Tallahassee is a 2 hour drive.  Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando are a 2 1/2 to 3 hour drive.  Ocala is 1 1/2 hour drive.  West Palm Beach is about a 5 hour drive.  CLICK HERE for Printable Directions to Horseshoe Beach & Egret Landing.

Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach: (15-20 minute drive)
From US-19 in Cross City, take CR-351 southwest for 18 miles into the Town of Horseshoe Beach.  (CR-351 is a two-lane paved road located immediately between Lile's Ace Hardware & a large ice machine on a vacant lot / almost directly across US-19/98 from Dairy Queen)  There is not a stop-light at the US 19 & CR-351 intersection.  Coming into town, the Egret Landing Sales Office is located at 50 Main Street to your right on the corner of CR-351 & 2nd Ave West.  See photo below.

Immediately as you enter the small Town of Horseshoe Beach, the main condo parcel is located to your left at the end of 1st & 2nd Ave East and the Egret Landing Common Area - the separate one-acre Canal/Gulf parcel with the private condo boat ramp & docking is just ~100 yards around the corner to the SE.

Directions from Gainesville: (1:15 drive)
Take 26 (Newberry Road) West through Newberry and Trenton to US 19 in Fanning Springs.  Make a Right onto US-19 and take to Cross City. Make a left on CR-351 - See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above.   

Directions from Tampa Airport: (Horseshoe is ~1:20 from stadium)
Take Veteran's Expressway/Suncoast Parkway North ~55 miles until it ends at US-98.  Go Left onto 98.  You will go about 3 miles.  Make a Right onto US-19.  Go North on US-19, you will pass through Homosassa, Crystal River, Chiefland, and then reach Cross City.   Make a left on CR-351 -See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above.   

Directions from Southeast Florida, Orlando  & Ocala:
Take Turnpike North until it hits I-75.  Take I-75 North to Ocala - Exit onto US-27 (north-side of Ocala - do not exit onto 27 from the Turnpike, wait until you are on I-75 at N Ocala to exit onto 27) and head northwest on US-27.  When you reach Williston you will stay straight onto Alt-27.  Stay on A-27 until you reach Chiefland.  Make a right onto US19/98 and head North on US 19/98 until you reach Cross City.   Make a left on CR-351 -See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above.   

Directions from Tallahassee: (Horseshoe is ~2 hours from FSU Stadium)
From Downtown Tallahassee take "Apalachee Parkway - US-27" southeast to Perry.  Continue through Perry South on US 19/98 until you reach Cross City.  CR-351 will be on your right - See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above.   

From the NW area of Tallahassee you can take I-10 East until US-19 Exit - go South onto US-19 about three miles until it ends at Capps, go Left onto US 27/19.  Go South on US 19 to Cross City.  See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above. 

Directions from Jacksonville/Lake City:
Take I-10 west to US 441 (second Lake City exit) toward Lake City (south).  In the center of town turn right (west) on US 90 , then turn left on 247 South toward Branford (turn is just past the 84 Lumber place at the Walgreen Drug store). Take 247 south to Branford. When road dead ends on 129 turn left and go 2 blocks.  Turn right on US 27 North. Go 1.3 miles north on US 27 over the Suwannee River then turn left (south) on FL 349 (flashing yellow light). Go 14.1 miles on FL 349 then turn right on CR 351 which is the 2nd flashing yellow light you will encounter. Go 12.3 miles on CR 351 to Cross City.  Turn right at light onto Main Street (US 19/27).  Go 2 blocks and turn left onto CR 351 again next to the Ace Hardware Store.   See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above. 

Directions from Atlanta:
Take I-75 South 129/51.  Take 129/51 South to Live Oak.  Take 51 South towards Mayo.  Continue South on 51 through Mayo until 51 intersects US98/27A/US19 at Teunilla - just one stop light and gas station.  Go Left/South on US98/27A/19 to Cross City.  See "Directions from Cross City to Horseshoe Beach" above.  (*As you will notice, there are a few different ways to get here from Atlanta.)


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Egret Landing Condominiums  |  Developed by: Pepperfish, Inc.
PO Box 100   Horseshoe Beach,  FL  32648

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