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13838 Fairway Island Drive
13838 Fairway Island Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1090 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 08:48 AM
Great 2/2 condo in Hunters Creek area! Enjoy patio and view of Pond. Excellent location near airport, shopping, sschools and major road ways. Gated community with community pool and club house. Nice appliances including washer and dryer.
1 Unit Available
13536 TURTLE MARSH LOOP
13536 Turtle Marsh Loop
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1276 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 07:12 AM
Open and bright 2nd floor condo. View of pond from all bedrooms, great room and porch. Close to major roads and highways. Tenant/s must be approved by HOA. Call agent for details. A great location!
1 Unit Available
14304 FREDRICKSBURG DRIVE
14304 Fredricksburg Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
Studio
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2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1041 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 07:12 AM
Amazing condo, excellent location, and school zone, near shopping centers 5 minutes off 417, 15 min from MCO Airport, 15 min of Turnpike and 8 min from Osceola Hwy
1 Unit Available
5780 LOS PALMA VISTA DRIVE
5780 Los Palma Vista Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
4 Bedrooms
$2,700
2415 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 07:12 AM
4 bedroom / 3 full bath updated kitchen, the second floor has an extra open room that can be used as an office or den rent includes pool /lawn / pest control and home warranty
1 Unit Available
14226 Fredricksburg Dr
14226 Fredricksburg Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,220
753 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 08:18 AM
Amazing 1/1 condo on the first floor located at Capri @ in Hunters Creek! Bright apartment with carpets throughout, separate laundry room area, dining, and large living room space. The unit comes with a screened-in patio.
1 Unit Available
13538 Village Park Drive - 1, Unit 275
13538 Village Park Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
Studio
$2,000
804 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 08:31 AM
Modern professional office for lease/ Located in a Business community Village Park at Hunters Creek with convenient access the 417 Hwy / and John young parkway providing access to airport, Lake Nona, celebration 2 private offices and conference room
1 Unit Available
13300 Colony Square Drive
13300 Colony Square Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,510
1252 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 09:11 AM
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1 Unit Available
14049 Fairway Island Drive Unit 114
14049 Fairway Island Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
2 Bedrooms
$1,375
1020 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
Beautiful 2/2 Condo in the Gated Community of Audubon Villas at Hunters Creek Condominium - Orlando - Beautiful 2/2 Condo in the Gated Community of Audubon Villas at Hunters Creek Condominium - Orlando, Available now! The community features a club
1 Unit Available
14316 Fredricksburg Dr. #512
14316 Fredricksburg Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,549
1491 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
3/2 Condo at Capri in Hunter's Creek (Gated Community) - Meticulously maintained unit on second floor. Community features beautiful grounds. Unit features French doors opening to a private pond. Newly painted interior. Hardwood floors throughout.
1 Unit Available
2861 Falling Tree Cir.
2861 Falling Tree Circle
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1619 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
1-Story Home. 3bed/2bath home in highly desired Hunters Creek. - 1-Story Home. 3bed/2bath home in highly desired Hunters Creek. Large screened patio, 2 car garage, split floor plan. Carpet & tile flooring. Irrigation system. Auto garage opener.
1 Unit Available
14303 Windchime Ln
14303 Windchime Lane
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,899
1820 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
1-Story Beautiful home on 8th fairway of Golf course. Only man guarded gated community in Hunter’s Creek. - 1-Story Beautiful home on 8th fairway of Golf course. Only man guarded gated community in Hunter’s Creek.
1 Unit Available
13815 Boros St.
13815 Boros Street
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1870 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
- Beautiful 3 bed 2 bath, 2 car garage, pool home in sought after Hunter's Creek gated community. Tile flooring throuhgout. Fresh interior paint. Washer & dryer are 'as-is". Come see this home today! Sorry, no roommates or pets.
1 Unit Available
3926 Kiawa Dr.
3926 Kiawa Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2145 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3 car garage home in highly sought after Hunter's Creek - 1 story home. Spacious floor plan, tile floors throughout, sprinkler system, water view, alarm system "as-is". Auto garage opener. Screened porch.
1 Unit Available
14340 Fredricksburg Dr. 702
14340 Fredricksburg Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,260
599 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
14340 Fredricksburg Drive, Unit 702 - Must see 1 bed/1 bath/1 car Condo, stainless appliances, hard wood floors, screened porch with private water view and 1 car garage. Gated community in beautiful Hunters Creek. Capri community.
1 Unit Available
2013 TIZEWELL CIR Unit#1402
2013 Tizewell Circle
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1554 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
Listing Agent: Lucy Arrastia-Burgos - lucy13.burgos@gmail.com - 321-377-3531 - Enjoy a great way of living at the prestigious gated community of Capri at Hunters Creek.
1 Unit Available
13839 Fairway Island Drive Unit 1133
13839 Fairway Island Drive
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1020 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 12:24 PM
13839 Fairway Island Drive Unit 1133 Available 12/01/20 Coming Soon! Gated Community 2/2 Condo - Coming Soon! Dec 1st. For Rent 3rd floor in Hunter's Creek (Audubon Villas) Desirable area! 3rd floor condo. Fresh paint. New Carpet.
1 Unit Available
4328 Summit Creek Blvd
4328 Summit Creek Boulevard
Hunters Creek, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,471
710 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 23 at 09:41 AM
Hi, One bedroom Apartment on 3rd floor for rent. Internet, Cable TV and doorman included in the rent. Very good location of Hunters Creek in Orlando, Florida.
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Calirosa Kissimmee 55+
2920 Flora Ridge Circle
Kissimmee, FL | Hunters Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,251
880 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1093 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:42 AM
The natural choice for your next chapter.Welcome to Calirosa, where you’ll find everything you need to live an active lifestyle is at your fingertips.
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64 Units Available
Sonceto
2970 Sandhill Ridge Court
Kissimmee, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,437
810 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1119 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,026
1369 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:42 AM
Now Open! Live in the heart of it all at Sonceto. Here, you're within reach of so much to do. You can truly enjoy all the amenities found just outside the door and around every turn.
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15 Units Available
Integra Sunrise Parc Apartments
4701 Luminous Loop
Kissimmee, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,205
747 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,460
1148 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1308 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:42 AM
At Integra Sunrise Parc paradise is at your doorstep. Conveniently located off West Osceola Parkway in bright Kissimmee, everything you could want is right at your fingertips.
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47 Units Available
Monterosso Apartments
3050 La Spezia Cir
Kissimmee, FL | Tropical Park
Studio
$1,272
672 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,327
761 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,524
990 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:42 AM
Seize your chance to live at Monterosso, the premier luxury apartment community in Kissimmee, FL. Picture coming home every day to the calm of meticulous landscaping, comfortable homes, and thoughtful amenities tailored for your carefree living.
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24 Units Available
Altis Shingle Creek
4350 Osceola Trail Rd
Kissimmee, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,211
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,358
1119 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 04:42 AM
Stylish homes with chef-inspired kitchens and amazing views. Lots of community amenities, including a pet park, saltwater pool, 24/7 fitness center, and cinema. Near shopping and dining at Loop West Shopping Center. Beside Osceola Parkway.
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13 Units Available
Sonoma Pointe
1300 Santa Rosa Drive
Kissimmee, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,295
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,485
1082 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,745
1256 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:41 AM
Fantastic location off Highway 522. Modern, luxury apartments with in-unit fireplaces, granite countertops, and walk-in closets. On-site amenities including a pool, game room, business center, coffee bar, and clubhouse. Trash valet. Pet-friendly.
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27 Units Available
Vernazza
1790 Manarola Street
Kissimmee, FL | Osceola Corporate Center
1 Bedroom
$1,299
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,588
1173 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,990
1301 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:09 AM
Great location in Kissimmee near Lakefront Park, the LOOP, Lake Eola and the Fresh Market. LEED Silver apartments with walk-in closets, detached garages and hardwood flooring.
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Apartment Rentals in Hunters Creek start at $1,200/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Hunters Creek start at $1,200/month.
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While some Hunters Creek properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hunters Creek properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hunters Creek. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Central Florida, Florida Southern College, Orange Technical College-Orlando Campus, Rollins College, and Seminole State College of Florida.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hunters Creek. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Central Florida, Florida Southern College, Orange Technical College-Orlando Campus, Rollins College, and Seminole State College of Florida.

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Hunters Creek
Home of the longest golf course in Florida (7,432 yards to be exact), Hunters Creek delights golfers and non-golfers alike.
Home of the longest golf course in Florida (7,432 yards to be exact), Hunters Creek delights golfers and non-golfers alike.

Hunters Creek, Florida is an unincorporated area in the heart of Orange County. While many Hunters Creek residents will consider themselves Orlando residents -- and rightfully so -- the developing area is becoming a community of its own. If you've ever dreamed of having Mickey Mouse as your neighbor (or perhaps your employer), Hunters Creek is the spot for you. If not, it's time to get used to all things Disney if you live in Hunters Creek.

Moving to Hunters Creek

Orlando's development has exploded in recent decades, and Hunters Creek is an example of this growth. While much of this community has been developed in the last 20 years, it is still growing, which means apartments for rent continue to develop. A quick jaunt up and down State Road 417 (a toll road, so save up your quarters) will allow you to explore the area and consider your housing options.

Although it's near Orlando's most popular attractions, Hunters Creek apartments aren't hot on tourists' radars. So you don't need to worry about vacation season when searching for a spot. Looking a couple of months before your planned move-in date should give you plenty of time to secure a pad. When choosing a complex, consider proximity to local retail. Some renters love being within walking distance of shopping and dining, while others prefer a more residential, off-the-main-road feel. You can find both in Hunters Creek.

Moving to Hunters Creek
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Orlando's development has exploded in recent decades, and Hunters Creek is an example of this growth. While much of this community has been developed in the last 20 years, it is still growing, which means apartments for rent continue to develop. A quick jaunt up and down State Road 417 (a toll road, so save up your quarters) will allow you to explore the area and consider your housing options.

Although it's near Orlando's most popular attractions, Hunters Creek apartments aren't hot on tourists' radars. So you don't need to worry about vacation season when searching for a spot. Looking a couple of months before your planned move-in date should give you plenty of time to secure a pad. When choosing a complex, consider proximity to local retail. Some renters love being within walking distance of shopping and dining, while others prefer a more residential, off-the-main-road feel. You can find both in Hunters Creek.

Neighborhoods

The Hunters Creek community was built around a golf course and several waterways, making the area both scenic and full of activities. Golfers can spend their day on the links soaking up the Florida sunshine (while spouses of golfers remain utterly frustrated and lonely). Nearly three dozen neighborhoods have sprouted up in the community, giving you plenty of options for apartment or house rentals.

Hunters Creek Golf Course: Like many communities, a neighborhood surrounds the community's golf course. Whether you're an avid golfer -- or just like politely applauding for golfers -- this community might be the perfect fit. As well as a choice of apartments to rent, you might even find a rental house big enough for you and a couple of well-behaved roommates.

Hunters Creek New Village Town Center: Live in the heart of the community and rent in the Town Center area. Here, you have easy access to all of the benefits that the community has to offer. Snag a 1 bedroom apartment (or larger) in this area in a complex that has classic Florida amenities like resort-style pools and a sprawling pool deck flanked by palm trees. After you've gotten enough sun for the day, enjoy a cold one at the nearby (and aptly named) House of Beer.

The Vistas: The Vistas include six separate neighborhoods: Casa Vista, Flora Vista, Mar Vista, Palma Vista, Sierra Vista, Terra Vista, and Vida Vista. Sadly Del Boca Vista, where you could have the Seinfelds and Costanzas as your neighbors, is only fictional. The real Vistas are just west of the Town Center, putting you close to the action. Grab a burrito at Florida-based Tijuana Flats and make your taste buds go wild at its popular hot sauce bar.

Neighborhoods
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The Hunters Creek community was built around a golf course and several waterways, making the area both scenic and full of activities. Golfers can spend their day on the links soaking up the Florida sunshine (while spouses of golfers remain utterly frustrated and lonely). Nearly three dozen neighborhoods have sprouted up in the community, giving you plenty of options for apartment or house rentals.

Hunters Creek Golf Course: Like many communities, a neighborhood surrounds the community's golf course. Whether you're an avid golfer -- or just like politely applauding for golfers -- this community might be the perfect fit. As well as a choice of apartments to rent, you might even find a rental house big enough for you and a couple of well-behaved roommates.

Hunters Creek New Village Town Center: Live in the heart of the community and rent in the Town Center area. Here, you have easy access to all of the benefits that the community has to offer. Snag a 1 bedroom apartment (or larger) in this area in a complex that has classic Florida amenities like resort-style pools and a sprawling pool deck flanked by palm trees. After you've gotten enough sun for the day, enjoy a cold one at the nearby (and aptly named) House of Beer.

The Vistas: The Vistas include six separate neighborhoods: Casa Vista, Flora Vista, Mar Vista, Palma Vista, Sierra Vista, Terra Vista, and Vida Vista. Sadly Del Boca Vista, where you could have the Seinfelds and Costanzas as your neighbors, is only fictional. The real Vistas are just west of the Town Center, putting you close to the action. Grab a burrito at Florida-based Tijuana Flats and make your taste buds go wild at its popular hot sauce bar.

Life as a Hunters Creek Resident

Hunters Creek is such a cool spot that you need a community ID card to live there. Seriously. The Hunters Creek Homeowners Association, which manages this tight-knit community, issues residents the ID at the local Publix in the Town Center. Just show your lease agreement, grab your exclusive ID, and enjoy the privileges it gives you. There might not be any bouncers outside the dog park, practice fields, or basketball or tennis courts, but your ID is required to use these resident-only facilities.

Outdoor opportunities abound in the area. The community might be relatively small, but it features seven parks. Let Fido burn off some energy at the dog park, wear the kids out before bedtime at the tot lot, or show off your volleyball skills -- if you have any, that is -- at the beach volleyball court. Join in on a pickup game with the neighbors or fire up the barbecue grill to make some new friends. The community also hosts a number of annual events, including its spooky Hunters Creep every October and a patriotic bash on July 4. If you've got David Beckham-like skills (or think you do), sign up for the community soccer club.

Maybe the uber-community feel isn't up your alley. Perhaps a polite wave to your neighbors is more than enough interaction for you. Never fear: Hunters Creek has plenty of non-community-associated options as well. The Town Center area is abuzz with entertainment, shopping, and dining. Wind down with a glass of wine at Stogie's, watch the game at Miller's Ale House, or stock your pantry at Publix, a staple in all Florida communities.

Does seeing Snow White and her dwarfs leave you shrieking like a 6-year-old? Do you have an adventurous streak and love the thrill of a roller coaster? Do you want to play tourist and strap on your fanny pack? Well, Hunters Creek is a prime location for you. You might want to pick up some season passes to Disney World or Universal Studios, which are less than 10 miles down the road. Just be prepared for long-lost relatives and friends resurfacing for free accommodations now that Magic Kingdom is in your backyard. If crowded theme parks aren't your style, head over to Gatorland, where you can get up close and personal with some authentic Florida alligators.

Sprawling neighborhoods, a friendly community, and access to world-class theme parks makes Hunters Creek an appealing option for renters. Sign your lease, and then say cheese for your community ID.

Life as a Hunters Creek Resident
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Hunters Creek is such a cool spot that you need a community ID card to live there. Seriously. The Hunters Creek Homeowners Association, which manages this tight-knit community, issues residents the ID at the local Publix in the Town Center. Just show your lease agreement, grab your exclusive ID, and enjoy the privileges it gives you. There might not be any bouncers outside the dog park, practice fields, or basketball or tennis courts, but your ID is required to use these resident-only facilities.

Outdoor opportunities abound in the area. The community might be relatively small, but it features seven parks. Let Fido burn off some energy at the dog park, wear the kids out before bedtime at the tot lot, or show off your volleyball skills -- if you have any, that is -- at the beach volleyball court. Join in on a pickup game with the neighbors or fire up the barbecue grill to make some new friends. The community also hosts a number of annual events, including its spooky Hunters Creep every October and a patriotic bash on July 4. If you've got David Beckham-like skills (or think you do), sign up for the community soccer club.

Maybe the uber-community feel isn't up your alley. Perhaps a polite wave to your neighbors is more than enough interaction for you. Never fear: Hunters Creek has plenty of non-community-associated options as well. The Town Center area is abuzz with entertainment, shopping, and dining. Wind down with a glass of wine at Stogie's, watch the game at Miller's Ale House, or stock your pantry at Publix, a staple in all Florida communities.

Does seeing Snow White and her dwarfs leave you shrieking like a 6-year-old? Do you have an adventurous streak and love the thrill of a roller coaster? Do you want to play tourist and strap on your fanny pack? Well, Hunters Creek is a prime location for you. You might want to pick up some season passes to Disney World or Universal Studios, which are less than 10 miles down the road. Just be prepared for long-lost relatives and friends resurfacing for free accommodations now that Magic Kingdom is in your backyard. If crowded theme parks aren't your style, head over to Gatorland, where you can get up close and personal with some authentic Florida alligators.

Sprawling neighborhoods, a friendly community, and access to world-class theme parks makes Hunters Creek an appealing option for renters. Sign your lease, and then say cheese for your community ID.

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Hunters Creek
Home of the longest golf course in Florida (7,432 yards to be exact), Hunters Creek delights golfers and non-golfers alike.
Home of the longest golf course in Florida (7,432 yards to be exact), Hunters Creek delights golfers and non-golfers alike.

Hunters Creek, Florida is an unincorporated area in the heart of Orange County. While many Hunters Creek residents will consider themselves Orlando residents -- and rightfully so -- the developing area is becoming a community of its own. If you've ever dreamed of having Mickey Mouse as your neighbor (or perhaps your employer), Hunters Creek is the spot for you. If not, it's time to get used to all things Disney if you live in Hunters Creek.

Moving to Hunters Creek

Orlando's development has exploded in recent decades, and Hunters Creek is an example of this growth. While much of this community has been developed in the last 20 years, it is still growing, which means apartments for rent continue to develop. A quick jaunt up and down State Road 417 (a toll road, so save up your quarters) will allow you to explore the area and consider your housing options.

Although it's near Orlando's most popular attractions, Hunters Creek apartments aren't hot on tourists' radars. So you don't need to worry about vacation season when searching for a spot. Looking a couple of months before your planned move-in date should give you plenty of time to secure a pad. When choosing a complex, consider proximity to local retail. Some renters love being within walking distance of shopping and dining, while others prefer a more residential, off-the-main-road feel. You can find both in Hunters Creek.

Moving to Hunters Creek
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Orlando's development has exploded in recent decades, and Hunters Creek is an example of this growth. While much of this community has been developed in the last 20 years, it is still growing, which means apartments for rent continue to develop. A quick jaunt up and down State Road 417 (a toll road, so save up your quarters) will allow you to explore the area and consider your housing options.

Although it's near Orlando's most popular attractions, Hunters Creek apartments aren't hot on tourists' radars. So you don't need to worry about vacation season when searching for a spot. Looking a couple of months before your planned move-in date should give you plenty of time to secure a pad. When choosing a complex, consider proximity to local retail. Some renters love being within walking distance of shopping and dining, while others prefer a more residential, off-the-main-road feel. You can find both in Hunters Creek.

Neighborhoods

The Hunters Creek community was built around a golf course and several waterways, making the area both scenic and full of activities. Golfers can spend their day on the links soaking up the Florida sunshine (while spouses of golfers remain utterly frustrated and lonely). Nearly three dozen neighborhoods have sprouted up in the community, giving you plenty of options for apartment or house rentals.

Hunters Creek Golf Course: Like many communities, a neighborhood surrounds the community's golf course. Whether you're an avid golfer -- or just like politely applauding for golfers -- this community might be the perfect fit. As well as a choice of apartments to rent, you might even find a rental house big enough for you and a couple of well-behaved roommates.

Hunters Creek New Village Town Center: Live in the heart of the community and rent in the Town Center area. Here, you have easy access to all of the benefits that the community has to offer. Snag a 1 bedroom apartment (or larger) in this area in a complex that has classic Florida amenities like resort-style pools and a sprawling pool deck flanked by palm trees. After you've gotten enough sun for the day, enjoy a cold one at the nearby (and aptly named) House of Beer.

The Vistas: The Vistas include six separate neighborhoods: Casa Vista, Flora Vista, Mar Vista, Palma Vista, Sierra Vista, Terra Vista, and Vida Vista. Sadly Del Boca Vista, where you could have the Seinfelds and Costanzas as your neighbors, is only fictional. The real Vistas are just west of the Town Center, putting you close to the action. Grab a burrito at Florida-based Tijuana Flats and make your taste buds go wild at its popular hot sauce bar.

Neighborhoods
+

The Hunters Creek community was built around a golf course and several waterways, making the area both scenic and full of activities. Golfers can spend their day on the links soaking up the Florida sunshine (while spouses of golfers remain utterly frustrated and lonely). Nearly three dozen neighborhoods have sprouted up in the community, giving you plenty of options for apartment or house rentals.

Hunters Creek Golf Course: Like many communities, a neighborhood surrounds the community's golf course. Whether you're an avid golfer -- or just like politely applauding for golfers -- this community might be the perfect fit. As well as a choice of apartments to rent, you might even find a rental house big enough for you and a couple of well-behaved roommates.

Hunters Creek New Village Town Center: Live in the heart of the community and rent in the Town Center area. Here, you have easy access to all of the benefits that the community has to offer. Snag a 1 bedroom apartment (or larger) in this area in a complex that has classic Florida amenities like resort-style pools and a sprawling pool deck flanked by palm trees. After you've gotten enough sun for the day, enjoy a cold one at the nearby (and aptly named) House of Beer.

The Vistas: The Vistas include six separate neighborhoods: Casa Vista, Flora Vista, Mar Vista, Palma Vista, Sierra Vista, Terra Vista, and Vida Vista. Sadly Del Boca Vista, where you could have the Seinfelds and Costanzas as your neighbors, is only fictional. The real Vistas are just west of the Town Center, putting you close to the action. Grab a burrito at Florida-based Tijuana Flats and make your taste buds go wild at its popular hot sauce bar.

Life as a Hunters Creek Resident

Hunters Creek is such a cool spot that you need a community ID card to live there. Seriously. The Hunters Creek Homeowners Association, which manages this tight-knit community, issues residents the ID at the local Publix in the Town Center. Just show your lease agreement, grab your exclusive ID, and enjoy the privileges it gives you. There might not be any bouncers outside the dog park, practice fields, or basketball or tennis courts, but your ID is required to use these resident-only facilities.

Outdoor opportunities abound in the area. The community might be relatively small, but it features seven parks. Let Fido burn off some energy at the dog park, wear the kids out before bedtime at the tot lot, or show off your volleyball skills -- if you have any, that is -- at the beach volleyball court. Join in on a pickup game with the neighbors or fire up the barbecue grill to make some new friends. The community also hosts a number of annual events, including its spooky Hunters Creep every October and a patriotic bash on July 4. If you've got David Beckham-like skills (or think you do), sign up for the community soccer club.

Maybe the uber-community feel isn't up your alley. Perhaps a polite wave to your neighbors is more than enough interaction for you. Never fear: Hunters Creek has plenty of non-community-associated options as well. The Town Center area is abuzz with entertainment, shopping, and dining. Wind down with a glass of wine at Stogie's, watch the game at Miller's Ale House, or stock your pantry at Publix, a staple in all Florida communities.

Does seeing Snow White and her dwarfs leave you shrieking like a 6-year-old? Do you have an adventurous streak and love the thrill of a roller coaster? Do you want to play tourist and strap on your fanny pack? Well, Hunters Creek is a prime location for you. You might want to pick up some season passes to Disney World or Universal Studios, which are less than 10 miles down the road. Just be prepared for long-lost relatives and friends resurfacing for free accommodations now that Magic Kingdom is in your backyard. If crowded theme parks aren't your style, head over to Gatorland, where you can get up close and personal with some authentic Florida alligators.

Sprawling neighborhoods, a friendly community, and access to world-class theme parks makes Hunters Creek an appealing option for renters. Sign your lease, and then say cheese for your community ID.

Life as a Hunters Creek Resident
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Hunters Creek is such a cool spot that you need a community ID card to live there. Seriously. The Hunters Creek Homeowners Association, which manages this tight-knit community, issues residents the ID at the local Publix in the Town Center. Just show your lease agreement, grab your exclusive ID, and enjoy the privileges it gives you. There might not be any bouncers outside the dog park, practice fields, or basketball or tennis courts, but your ID is required to use these resident-only facilities.

Outdoor opportunities abound in the area. The community might be relatively small, but it features seven parks. Let Fido burn off some energy at the dog park, wear the kids out before bedtime at the tot lot, or show off your volleyball skills -- if you have any, that is -- at the beach volleyball court. Join in on a pickup game with the neighbors or fire up the barbecue grill to make some new friends. The community also hosts a number of annual events, including its spooky Hunters Creep every October and a patriotic bash on July 4. If you've got David Beckham-like skills (or think you do), sign up for the community soccer club.

Maybe the uber-community feel isn't up your alley. Perhaps a polite wave to your neighbors is more than enough interaction for you. Never fear: Hunters Creek has plenty of non-community-associated options as well. The Town Center area is abuzz with entertainment, shopping, and dining. Wind down with a glass of wine at Stogie's, watch the game at Miller's Ale House, or stock your pantry at Publix, a staple in all Florida communities.

Does seeing Snow White and her dwarfs leave you shrieking like a 6-year-old? Do you have an adventurous streak and love the thrill of a roller coaster? Do you want to play tourist and strap on your fanny pack? Well, Hunters Creek is a prime location for you. You might want to pick up some season passes to Disney World or Universal Studios, which are less than 10 miles down the road. Just be prepared for long-lost relatives and friends resurfacing for free accommodations now that Magic Kingdom is in your backyard. If crowded theme parks aren't your style, head over to Gatorland, where you can get up close and personal with some authentic Florida alligators.

Sprawling neighborhoods, a friendly community, and access to world-class theme parks makes Hunters Creek an appealing option for renters. Sign your lease, and then say cheese for your community ID.