Orange Blossom Cottage is a charming home in Historic McIntosh, set in a neighborhood surrounded by towering oak trees and homes built in the late 1800s. McIntosh is home to several antique shops, beautiful Van Ness Park, and the McIntosh 1890s Festival. And for you fishermen and women, Orange Lake is 12550 acres of paradise. With many locations to launch your vessel, you are bound to find the perfect fishing spot.
Two bedroom, one bath. Living room, kitchen, dinette, and sunroom.
WiFi. Television with DVD player. At this time no cable.
Washer and Dryer
Queen bed in each bedroom.
Sleeper sofa in living room.
Kitchen equipped with full size refrigerator and electric stove/oven. Coffee maker, microwave oven, utensils, cookware. Sorry no dishwasher.
20 minutes to UF, Shands Hospital, VA Hospital. Gainesville is home to the University of Florida, and the Fighting Gators....who are having an awesome season this year!! Gainesville also boasts the Florida Museum of Natural History, the Butterfly Rainforest, and the Harn Museum of Art.
25 minutes to Downtown Ocala.
5 blocks from Orange Lake.
Historic Micanopy is 7 miles away. Voted cutest town in the USA, with dozens of antique shops, several restaurants, and lots of old Florida charm. In October Micanopy hosts the Micanopy Fall Harvest Festival... art, crafts, music, antiques, food...a full day of fun!
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park is 8 miles away. Hiking, a 50 foot observation tower, wild horses, bison, and a museum.
There are many springs, lakes, and rivers within a 45 minute drive, both north and south of McIntosh. Some as close as a mile or two. Swimming , kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and hiking are popular activities in our area. There are locations to rent equipment, some right on the waters edge, which makes having fun easy!
Orange Blossom Cottage is perfect for game weekends, graduation weekends, or just an Old Florida getaway. Come visit McIntosh, and experience a little bit of laid back Florida!Get the full listing »