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The Romar Woods neighborhood is located on the north side of the port city of Pensacola, Florida, approximiately 10 miles from the central downtown area, or a 20-minute drive. This community is conveniently situated just west of US Highway 29, surrounded by the Drake, Pine Meadow Park and Oak Meadows subdivisions. It is part of Escambia County and in the 32534 zip code.

This neighborhood’s location is just east of Bowman Avenue and north of US Highway 90, immediately bordered by Cove Avenue on the east. The community’s namesake, Romar Drive, is the only street within bounds, offering a single point of ingress and egress on the east, and culminating in a quiet cul-de-sac on the west. Just 14 home sites surround either side of this street, supporting spacious single-family homes and well-manicured, partially shaded lots.

Many city conveniences are within a few minutes of this neighborhood, especially along the nearby highways. Nine Mile Square and Lowe’s Shopping Center, two small but popular retail areas, can be found immediately to the southeast. They offer several specialty shops and dining options. A supermarket, Wal-Mart Supercenter and a movie theater are all located within a few miles of home, as well. For major shopping trips the city’s larger malls, University Mall and Cordova Mall, are both located within 10 miles to the south.

For outdoor recreation, residents of Romar Woods can choose between Ashton Brosnaham Park and Drummond Park, both located within two miles of home. These mid-sized parks primarily offer athletic fields, including more than one dozen baseball fields and multiple football/soccer fields.

This community is also just a few miles west of the Scenic Hills Country Club, University of West Florida and West Florida Hospital.


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