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Mandalay Taylor Morrison


3211 San Leo Dr. Orlando, FL 32820

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1/2 acre to 1 acre homesites!

A convenient location, a desirable neighborhood, community amenities and large home sites with ample setbacks and yard space. The new Orlando homes at Mandalay offer all that and more. Mandalay is minutes from excellent shopping, highly rated schools, transportation hubs, major employment centers and world-renowned attractions. Discover a world of good living and good times in one of our new Orange County homes at Mandalay.

Homes from the $320,000s

The new Orlando homes at Mandalay are filled with standard features inspired by homeowners like you:

• Your choice of 6 one- and two-story floor plans
• One-half acre minimum home sites
• Gourmet kitchens with GE electric appliances, granite countertops and ceramic tile flooring
• Spacious owner’s suites with large walk-in closets and luxurious baths
• Covered lanais with recess lighting
• Designer landscape package and fully irrigated lawns
• Tech-ready wiring
• Energy-efficient materials and construction
• And much more

Community Features

Mandalay is located on over 112 acres in East Orange County FL at the intersection of Bella Nova Road and Lake Pickett Road. Residence have access to community amenities that include a neighborhood pool, cabana and playground area. There are several ponds within the community and sidewalks for leisurely strolls. Nearby SR 408 provides quick, easy access to downtown Orlando, Medical City, Orlando International Airport, Research Park, University of Central Florida, world-famous beaches and all of Central Florida’s other attractions.

About Orlando

Relocating or new to the area? Greater Orlando is Florida’s third-largest metropolitan area and boasts a diversified economy and a vibrant cultural scene, which makes it attractive to young professionals, families and retirees alike. In addition to Epcot, Disney World, Universal Studios and other world-famous theme parks, Orlando has many other attractions. These include parks, recreation center, golf, sporting events, beaches and nature areas. The city is also home to more than two dozen colleges, including Florida’s largest, UCF.

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