Meadowcrest Home Sales Expert Debra Cleary

Debra Cleary, Realtor

Debbie Cleary Meadowcrest Home Sales Specialist

Thinking of RELOCATING?

Whatever your interest….golf, boating, swimming, fishing, horseback riding or just the love of nature…’ll find peace and happiness in an undiscovered paradise we call Citrus County!

Have you ever dreamed of swimming with a Manatee beyond the confines of a Sea World experience? It’s not just possible in Citrus County, it’s encouraged! The manatee, our “gentle giants” return to the warmer spring fed rivers of the area each year between January through March or April, as the gulf waters get colder. They are an amazing docile creature, playful & curious. They truly seem to welcome the contact with humans. They are a vulnerable and protected species, however, and there are strict rules for interaction with them. You can visit them in the Homosassa Wildlife Park, take a tour boat or rent your own pontoon or john-boat to experience them first hand! TRUST ME …’s an experience of a lifetime that you’ll NEVER forget!

Beyond that, many area vendors provide charter fishing trips into The Gulf of Mexico as well as local rental equipment for scuba and snorkeling adventures. If you’re not already a certified diver, you can take care of that in a couple of days in Citrus County!

Every evening, mother nature provides a gorgeous back drop sunset for visitors and the native, alike! Grab your suit, your camera and your GPS and head on down. Your piece/peace of the Florida lifestyle is waiting for you in Citrus County!

RE/MAX Realty One
504 NE Hwy 19
Crystal River, FL 34429
Cell: (352) 601-6664
Office: (352) 795-2441

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