There is a well-established neighborhood in Northeast Tallahassee, Florida, covering an estimate of 900 acres, which is known as Killearn Acres, and its proximity to shopping malls, restaurants, a library, medical facilities, churches and excellent schools, has provided this acreage a prime commodity lot. In Killearn Acres, the number of family homes are 1,465, of which 20 are still vacant, and lot sizes range from 0.22 acre to just over an acre.
Because Killearn Acres is Tallahassee’s Kentucky Derby community, it is but understandable that they named their streets after Kentucky Derby horse racetrack winners. In the late 1970, the first houses in Killearn Acres were constructed using materials, such as wood, brick, stone, vinyl siding and Hardie board. Even with the rise of additional homes in Killearn Acres, some old homes continue to show evidences of an earlier era structure.
Killearn Acres homes are typically a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom structure with nearly all having a fireplace, a storage shed, 1 or 2 car garage and around 6% have a backyard pool. The Pimlico Park, which has a pond for boating and fishing and portion of land for a baseball games, and the Man-o-War Park which is basically designed for young children with its colorful climbing play equipment are two existing parks in Killearn Acres, purposely designed and built for the residents’ and guests’ enjoyment and recreation.
Learning The “Secrets” of Homes
Killearn Acres has a very active homeowners association, which works hard to maintain order, safety and protection in the neighborhood, as well as the Acres’ overall beautification and value. The association’s website is among the most informative in Tallahassee, providing local news, weather, as well as community events, documents, and even minutes of board meetings. Even if Killearn Acres is located outside the city, the City of Tallahassee still took it upon them to supply water and electricity to the residents of Killearn Acres, except for public sewers, of which the homeowners took the responsibility of maintaining their own septic tanks in exchange for lower utility bills.
The Beginner’s Guide to Homes
Because of its proximity to numerous service establishments, such as three schools – elementary, middle, a senior high school, a pharmacy, supermarket and shopping mall, specialty stores, restaurants, medical facilities, and many more, home buyers and investors have found Killearn Acres as an ideal place to come home to and proof of that are stable-income families who rent homes there for several years.
Due to the wide acreage in Killearn Acres, there are many existing trails, about five of them, that wind up around nearby lakes, parks, but access into and out of the area is limited. Once you visit Killearn Acres, you may not want to leave or you may not be able to leave without a GPS.