From one tip of Brevard to the other, you have a lot of options when it comes to picking the right church, synagogue or temple for your religious beliefs and lifestyle. According to the Hartford
If you already live or work in Brevard County, you are well away of the region’s majestic beauty – the exotic plants, the unique animals, the blue Atlantic, and waterways galore including the Banana River, the St. John’s River, the Indian River Lagoon, and the winding Intracoastal Waterway.
Of course, visitors to Brevard, along with the area’s residents, revel in the entertainment venues and activities in the region. From live concerts to sporting events, to watersports, the arts, live shows, eco-tourism, and more, the area’s opportunities are endless. In addition, Brevard is home to the world-famous Kennedy Space Center and the latest space race, as well as Cape Canaveral, the port of international cruise ships. And if all that wasn’t enough to convince you how great Brevard is, keep in mind the county is only a short one-hour drive to all the entertainment Orlando has to offer like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
Brevard County is also home to the prestigious gated community in the Villages of North Solerno of Viera.
The Homes of RavenCliffe
RavenCliffe, located in the Villages of North Solerno, offers a picturesque planned community filled with beautiful homes. Ideally situated in lovely North Solerno Park, RavenCliffe residents have easy access to amenities including Tennis and Basketball Courts, a Private Swim Club complete with an Olympic Pool, number of picnic pavilions, and family-friendly playgrounds including a tot lot. Offering gated luxury, the custom homes of the RavenCliffe community promise a warm neighborhood feel with walking trails for community members to enjoy amid the lakeside vistas in the warm Florida sun.
RavenCliffe features a vast array of luxury home designs and sizes ranging from 2,100 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet with prices ranging from $400,000 to $650,000. Many of the community’s oversized lots are on premium lakefront sites and all RavenCliffe homes promise rich custom landscaping details including stacked stone and paver driveways.
The homes of RavenCliffe are constructed by the finest builders in the region and feature a wide selection of custom design choices including gourmet kitchens with beautiful natural counter surfaces like granite, as well as tile floors and upgraded cabinetry (cherry, maple, and more), walk-in pantries, expansive islands, and stainless appliances. In spacious master bedrooms, the RavenCliffe homes feature fine hardwoods, 12’ ceilings, crown molding, and custom cabinetry in the ensuite baths. Large living spaces welcome family time while multi-car garages make room for vehicles and even boats.
The RavenCliffe Community
Located in beautiful Viera, the RavenCliffe Community is centrally located offering easy access to the entire area with all its amenities including more than 100 parks where residents can enjoy the great outdoors from paddleboarding to surfing, to hiking, tennis, golf, and more. Only minutes from gourmet dining, live entertainment, and the arts, RavenCliffe is also only steps from shopping at Avenue Viera, or the exciting world of professional sports at Space Coast Stadium, the spring training location of the Washington Nationals.
RavenCliffe, as a Viera community, promises residents access to cutting-edge healthcare at Viera Health Park, home of the state of the art Viera Hospital and the Viera Health and Fitness Center. Brevard County is also home to exceptional educational opportunities among the highest rates school system which boasts 17 specialized learning centers and seven charter schools among more than 100 learning facilities.
As you look for a place to call home along the Space Coast, RavenCliffe in Viera may be the community you are hoping to find!
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