High Point

High Point Homes for Sale Under $50,000

High Point Homes for Sale over $50,000

highpointHigh Point is an established manufactured home community located on  Florida’s nature coast.  This 55+ central  Florida golf community consists of over 1600 homes with a 24 hour staffed information booth at the entrance. An 18- hole, par 72 golf course winds throughout the landscape.  Lots are available and new manufactured homes are added regularly.

High Point is a deed restricted community with all lots individually owned. It is professionally managed by a full time community manager and overseen by an elected board of directors. All owners belong to the High Point Home Ownershighpointgolfclub Association where fees are kept to a consistently low level.

Situated on Florida’s Nature Coast, High Point is only a short drive from the Tampa and Orlando attractions and airports.  Weeki Wachee, the city of Mermaids,  is only three miles away.  Pine Island Park on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico is 10 minutes from your doorstep where you can spend time swimming, sunbathing, bird watching or looking for dolphins and manatees.

highpointpoolAmenities include: Solar heated pool with sundeck, 18 -holeGolf Course, Driving Range, Practice Green, Tennis Courts, Shuffleboard Courts, Horseshoe Pits, Bocce Courts, Library, Computer Center, RV and Storage area, a large Community Center complete with stage, dance floor and kitchen.  The High Point community center serves as a site for dances, social events, banquets, concerts and other social activities including ballroom and line dancing lessons, card nights and exercise classes.


High Point Homes for Sale Under $50,000

High Point Homes for Sale over $50,000

High Point Data

55+ YES
HOA YES (required)
Size 1600+ homes
Home Types 4-bedroom manufactured
  • 18-hole golf course
  • Driving range
  • Practice green
  • Tennis courts
  • Bocce courts
  • Shuffleboard courts
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Library
  • Computer Center
  • RV and Storage area
  • Heated pool with sundeck
  • Community Center/Clubhouse

Community Updates

How do High Point Community and Brookridge Community Differ?

High Point and Brookridge are both very popular 55+ golf communities, convenient to nearby major shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and medical facilities.  They have similar amenities and association fees.  Brookridge is approximately twice the size (both geographically and in terms of the number of homes) and is gated. Highpoint has a guardhouse but is not gated. While both are very active golf communities, for the avid golfer who prefers to play on a championship course, Brookridge may hold more appeal.

Buyers about to move? 10 tips to make it easier

NEW YORK – Sept. 2, 2015 – Moving can be a stressful undertaking, but there are simple ways to make the process more organized. CityLab recently asked moving experts to share their top tips.

First steps

  • Document all your cords: “Take photos or make notes on the way all your media equipment is set up: television, sound equipment, modems and computer equipment,” says Lior Rachmany, CEO of Dumbo Moving + Storage in New York City.
  • Update your address: Streamline the change of address process by using Updater, which saves time and money by forwarding mail. It also updates numerous businesses including alumni associations, charities and professional organizations with your new address. Updater even shares moving announcements with friends and family.
  • Create a pet plan: Consider leaving pets with a friend or a boarder until the move is complete.
  • Schedule touch-up paint jobs: If you’re renting, you will need to see if you’re responsible for paint job touch-ups before moving out. If so, schedule a painter before the move. “Once you have a moving date set, get a painting bid and plan for the painter to be the last person in before you turn the keys over,” suggests Brendon DeSimone, author of Next Generation Real Estate. “Waiting until the last minute could be a logistical nightmare.”
  • Recruit some help. Not using a mover? Make sure you repay family and friends for their help.

Packing 101

  • Pack a “first night in the new house” box: The last thing you want to do after moving all day is dig through boxes to find your toothbrush. Designate a box for toiletries, medications, deodorant and a change of clothes so they’re easy to find.
  • Suitcases are your friends: Use your large suitcases as easily transportable storage. Fill them with clothes, towels and lightweight items.
  • Remember important documents: Don’t toss birth certificates or other important but easy-to-lose documents in random boxes. Make a folder to hold anything important and carry it with you.


  • Strategize your layout: Label items so movers don’t put them in the wrong room. You can also make signs showing where large items need to go.
  • Save all receipts: “In many cases, moving expenses are deductible from federal income taxes,” says Rachmany of Dumbo Moving + Storage. “If you’re moving because of a change in employment, you may be able to claim this deduction even if you do not itemize.” Try to keep track of all moving costs for your accountant.

Source: “13 Tips to Make Moving Slightly Less Hellish,” CityLab (Aug. 6, 2015)

Reprinted from www.floridarealtors.org

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