Lakeland is a gorgeous city inside Polk County, Florida. Before Lakeland was settled in 1875, Native Americans resided on the land for over 12,000 years. Today, more than 110,000 people call Lakeland home spanning 74 square miles along the I-4, just east of Tampa, Florida. Lakeland is named of course for the multitude of waterways in the area, 38 of which are properly named, including Lake Hollingsworth, Lake Gibson, Lake Morton, and the largest, Lake Parker.
Lakeland homeowners can watch an MLB Spring Training game featuring the Detroit Tigers at the Joker Marchant Stadium or other sports games at matches at R P Funding Center. Families will relish spending time together at Common Ground Playground or at nearby Holloway Park. Golf aficionados will like the courses at Cleveland Heights Country Club and close by Sanlan Golf Couse. Lakeland homes are convenient thanks to the Lakeland Linder International Airport, restaurants, grocery stores, and a plethora of restaurants.
Lakeland real estate in Florida boasts a variety of gorgeous homes from which to choose. Houses with welcoming porches, three-car garages, and decks overlooking the lakes can be located in available properties in Lakeland. Floor plans ranging from 1,000-3,000 square feet of living space with as many as four bedrooms are discoverable when seeking out inland of waterfront homes in Lakeland. If you are interested in buying one of the houses or condos for sale in Lakeland, Florida, please contact us today.
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