Monday, June 7, 2010

Entrance - On Top of the World


On Top of the World is a large, 55 plus community located about a mile south of Stone Creek in Ocala. This is one of the main entrances (where the sales offices are located) - an area that includes a theater venue, business offices, shops and restaurants.

19 comments:

SRQ said...

Nice entrance. Lovely colorful vegetation

Rose said...

Looks like a pleasant place to be!

Memphis MOJO said...

The entrance says "Come right in."

Paula said...

There must be a healthy real estate market in Florida with all these developments. The way things are going in California many of us are lucky to be On Top of the Rent.
:)

Olivier said...

une belle entrée calme, j'aime bien le banc pour profiter de ce calme

Small City Scenes said...

Too funny, Paula!

It is a beautiful entrance. I guess residents feel on top of the world to live there. MB

VP said...

...and a bench!

Wolynski said...

On Top Of The World usually means up a mountain or, say, the Seattle Needle or the Stratosphere here in Vegas. Umm, this looks awfully flat. Lovely photo though.

Cezar and Léia said...

ADorable entrance,I like the flowers, the clean path and the lovely flag!Wonderful place for waking!
Hugs
Léia

Jim Klenke said...

lots of colors, love it.

B SQUARED said...

Looks inviting. Hope the rest of the area is as nice.

Lois said...

I like the garnet and gold color combination on those flowers :)

Halcyon said...

Not sure I'd want to live there, but it looks nice.

JM said...

Very colourful landscaping!

Daryl said...

And a golf course ...

Trillian said...

Great entrance....impossible to resist the temptation to enter!

Saretta said...

Where better to retire to than the Top of the World? :-)

Bob Poris said...

You made it look great!!!!!!

Thanks

EG Wow said...

The entrance is neat, clean and attractive. It looks like they might have to water it often, maybe by underground hoses.

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