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Who We are

You have found Florida’s best active adult 55 and over retirement community that is still affordable!  Not manufactured homes, but CMU (block) construction homes.

We have been #1 in new retirement home sales in Highlands County since Phase 1 opened in 2008. We are now in phase 2, and selling quickly. Come visit us and you will see why. You don't want to miss out on this great community and everything it has to offer.

Our new single family, block construction homes, start at $159,900 including the lot, sod and in-ground sprinkler system. The monthly maintenance fee is only $85.00 which includes lawn mowing, basic cable, clubhouse, heated pool, hot tub, exercise room, boat ramp and RV storage area. You won't find a better value anywhere!

Covered Bridge is located in Highlands County, Florida, blessed with over 100 freshwater lakes.  Covered Bridge is on the outskirts of the quaint and historic town of Lake Placid, recently named Reader's Digest "Most Interesting Town in America".  The Downtown District is rich in unique decorative artworks, specialty shops and many restaurants.  The history of the area is depicted in beautiful murals.  In addition to being a town of murals we are the Caladium Capital of the world, with 100 spectacular acres of Caladium Fields.  Sebring, the county seat, is only minutes away from Covered Bridge.  Sebring has many golf courses, a mall with major retailers, movie theaters and restaurants.  Sebring is also home to the Historic Sebring Raceway, where the 12 hours of Sebring is run each year.

Please give us a call today to find out more about the exceptional opportunities we have available for you in Covered Bridge.  Call Paula 863-455-9927

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Our Amenities

The Covered Bridge community has a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to keep you busy and active, including a pool, hot tub and a billiard hall. 

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Area Information

As with many towns, Lake Placid has some interesting history. It was previously known as Wicco and then Lake Stearns. It wasn't until 1927 when Melvil Dewey, the creator of the Dewey Decimal System, officially had the name changed to Lake Placid, after Lake Placid, New York.

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