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Deer Run South Apartments for Rent

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Situated in the suburbs east of Orlando, Deer Run South is a golf course community near Union Park in Orange County. Lake Underhill Road borders the region to the north, Stoneybrook Boulevard to the south, Avalon Park Boulevard to the east, and South Alafaya Trail to the west. The neighborhood is two miles from the freeway, and 14 miles from downtown Orlando.

Many highly-rated schools are located within walking distance of the neighborhood, including Sunrise Elementary School, Waterford Elementary School, Providence Academy, Discovery Middle School, and Timber Creek High School. For college students, Winter Park Tech-Avalon Campus is situated just off Avalon Park Boulevard. It is just a few miles to Valencia Community College East Campus and Florida Technical College.

At the heart of Deer Run South is the Eastwood Golf Club, a hilly 18-hole course that incorporates natural lakes. Central Park features children’s playgrounds and baseball fields. Additional recreation facilities throughout the community include lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, a swimming pool, and a recreation center.

Grocery stores and other everyday conveniences are accessible by foot or bicycle. For a wider selection of shops, the Waterford Lakes Town Center is located just north of the neighborhood. Anchored by a Target, Best Buy, and TJ Maxx, the center also features a movie theater with IMAX and several mainstream restaurants. A popular local attraction is the Firkin & Kegler Family Entertainment Center, a restaurant with a bowling alley, big-screen TVs, and an arcade. Children also have access to a nearby summer camp.

Living space in the Deer Run South community is in hot demand thanks to the region’s secluded atmosphere and abundance of family-friendly amenities.


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