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Monday, December 11, 2023

$2.1 million listing in Bridgeport promises ‘one of the best views in The Villages’

A $2.1 million listing in the Village of Bridgeport at Lake Sumter promises “one of the best views in The Villages.”

The 3-bedroom 3-bath premiere home shows how hot the real estate market is in the Sunshine State and here in Florida’s Friendliest Hometown.

This home in he Village of Bridgeport has been listed at $2.1 million
This home in he Village of Bridgeport has been listed at $2.1 million.

The 3,110-square-foot home at 1152 Russell Loop has a waterfront view and close proximity to Lake Sumter Landing.

The home also features a salt water pool with waterfalls and a fire bowl as well as an oversized two-car garage with a golf cart garage.

The house was built in 2006 and originally sold for $1.029 million. The current owner picked it up in 2016 for $1.1 million. The property taxes are $11,392 per year.

An open house is set for 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, June 2.

Stop harassing smokers who live by the rules

A Village of McClure resident says he goes to the squares and enjoys smoking a cigar. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Terrance Wilson’s process led me straight to Joe Biden

A a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Virginia Trace resident says he followed a decision-making process recommended by a fellow Villager, and it took him straight to Joe Biden.

Trees should not have to be sacrificed for Walmart

A Village of Chatham resident contends that beautiful trees should not be killed for the sake of another Walmart. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Are they even considering the traffic that new development will bring?

A Village of Sanibel resident, in a Letter to the Editor, wonders if the officials who approve apartment complexes and housing developments ever stop and consider the traffic they will bring.

Walmart can follow lead of 7-Eleven and ‘accidentally’ kill trees

A Mangrove Villas resident has a suggestion for Walmart, which is hoping to win approval for the removal of historic trees on a property where a new store is to be constructed.