The Moss Park residential area is actually composed of five separate neighborhoods: Moss Park Landing, Moss Park Ridge, the Enclave at Moss Park, the gated Moss Park Reserve, and the townhome neighborhood Moss Park Commons. The neighborhoods of Moss Park take their name from the Orange County Park just down the road which offers a variety of nature based activities including swimming, picnicking and boating. Each of the neighborhoods has a community park area with the Enclave at Moss Park and Moss Park Commons having both a community pool area with cabana and park area. Moss Park reserve features a community park with a pier extending out into Lake Hart. Moss Park Ridge is built around the Wycliffe Bible Translators headquarters. Many of the original residents of the Moss Park area seemed to have either worked for Wycliffe or Campus Crusade for Christ whose headquarters are also located in the Moss Park area. However, over time other residents have discovered the charm of the Moss Park neighborhoods and moved in. See how Moss Park's amenities compare to other Lake Nona area neighborhood amenities.
The Moss Park Neighborhoods are Located - off of Moss Park road just East of the 417 Greenway in Lake Nona. The Enclave at Moss Park and Moss Park Ridge are located off of John Wycliffe Blvd. The greenway will take you to all points in Orlando and the neighborhoods are convenient to Orlando International Airport, as well as the beaches and attractions of Central Florida. View a Google Map of Moss Park Neighborhoods in Lake Nona.
Moss Park Homes Include - Townhomes in Moss Park Commons, traditional neighborhood homes in Moss Park Landing, a mixture of homes and townhomes in the Enclave at Moss Park and Moss Park Ridge and larger, upscale homes in the gated Moss Park Reserve. All of the neighborhoods are completely built out with the exception of Moss Park Ridge which may have additional development in the future.
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Moss Park Neighborhood Summary:
Pro's: Several neighborhoods of various size and style homes to choose from, No CDD fees, relatively low HOA fees, Mature landscaping in most neighborhoods.
Con's: Most of the homes were built in early 2000's and may be in need up updating/remodeling, Moss Park neighborhoods are a little further out from Lake Nona than other neighborhoods.