Quick Facts about Bakers Crossing Sanford
Number of Homes: 260
Home Types: Single Family
Price Range: 200-300s
Amenities: Gated, Community Pool, Cabana, Playground
Approximate HOA Dues: $55/month
Builder/Developer: DR Horton
Construction Dates: Early 2000s
Sizes of homes: 1,750-3,000 SqFt.
Gated Entry: Yes
Bakers Crossing is zoned for public schools in Region #3 (Hamilton, Midway, or Pinecrest Elementary), Sanford Middle and Seminole High School.
Bakers Crossing Sanford Homes for Sale
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Bakers Crossing Sanford – Neighborhood Information
Bakers Crossing is a commuters dream: with easy access to SR 417 and 17-92, it makes travel from either Sanford International or Orlando MCO airport a breeze! This quiet gated community located on the east end of Lake Mary Boulevard, also offers homeowners a community pool, cabana and children’s playground. It’s all about the options in this well kept neighborhood, whether choosing how to spend the weekends (relaxing by the pool? or brunch in one of downtown Sanford’s quaint restaurants?) with homes plans ranging in size from 1,750 to 3,000 square feet the options keep on coming and there is surely something to please everyone!
These homes were built in the early 2000s and have modern open floor plans and large Master Suites with attached master bathrooms. All within an easy drive to downtown Historic Sanford, upscale Colonial Town Park, or near-by Seminole Town Center, with its plethora of restaurant and shopping options. Given all this community has to offer it’s a wonder the homes are a surprisingly great value!
Bakers Crossing Sanford Neighborhood Pros & Cons
- Close to 417, 17-92 and Lake Mary Sun Rail station
- Community Pool
- Newer Homes
- Distance to I-4
- Small lot sizes
Street Names in Bakers Crossing, Sanford
- Appaloosa Court
- Belgian Way
- Clydesdale Circle
- Friesian Way
- Lusitano Way
- Shire Court
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