North Shore at Lake Hart is a 949 acre master-planned community in the Lake Nona area located on beautiful Lake Hart. Known for its beautiful public golf course, the North shore community features multiple gated neighborhoods with one central community area recreation center. Residents for North Shore enjoy a community pool, basketball and tennis courts, a baseball field, children's play area, fitness center and community boat dock. Families with elementary school aged members will enjoy the convenience of Moss Park Elementary which is located at the entrance to the community.
The North Shore at Lake Hart Neighborhood is begins - off Moss Park road. North Shore Golf Club Blvd is the main tree lined drive through the community. It meanders from its beautifully landscaped entryway with two fountains through round-abouts past the rolling hills of the golf course, the 11 acres of park and recreation facilities, through the neighborhood entrances and beautiful ponds where it eventually ends at Kirby Smith Road. Both entryways into Northshore are convenient to the 417 which will take you to all points in greater Orlando. View a Google Map of North Shore at Lake Hart.
The public North Shore golf Club courses wind through a beautiful topography of natural Florida native wetlands and majestic oak trees creating an experience that you would find at an upscale golf course charging much higher green fees than North Shore Golf Club. Perfect for players of all skill levels, the fairways are wide with forgiving rolling terrain with greens that are receptive and often reward good shots with a birdie or two.
North Shore at Lake Hart Homes is a fully developed neighborhood with no new construction available but often a nice selection of resale homes in varying sizes and styles. Neighborhoods within the community include Heron Pointe, Osprey Landing, Marsh Pine, Lakeshore, Marsh Pointe, Myrtle Creek and Mallard Landing. Each with its own separate gated entryway. Condos with golf course or conservation views are available at the Enclave in the Myrtle Creek neighborhood.