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Luxury Townhomes for Sale in Clermont Beat the Lockdown Blues



Luxury townhomes, like the many for sale in Clermont, Florida, are a great option for those seeking the privacy of a single-family home, without the extra square footage. They’re perfect for small families and couples just starting out. And, as they tend to be located near metropolitan areas, they’re also ideal for working professionals. Their relatively compact size makes them an economical, low-maintenance choice. But it also has its drawbacks. And never before have these been more apparent than now, during quarantine. But if lockdown has you feeling a bit claustrophobic, don’t despair. Clermont is opening back up in phases. And what’s coming in phase 1? Clermont’s wide open spaces. From camping and hiking, to browsing local produce, to catching a movie at the drive-in, here are just a few ways you can beat the lockdown blues in Clermont.



Lake Louisa State Park in Clermont – Get Out of Your Luxury Townhomes and Back to Nature

If quarantine has you pining for the great outdoors, Lake Louisa State Park has several ways to help you get back to nature.

7 miles of paved biking trails, and 20 miles of unpaved multi-use trails, let you take in Clermont’s hilly landscapes while you burn off some pent-up energy.

While the park’s 3 lakes, Louisa, Dixie, and Hammond, let you beat the Florida heat by boat, kayak, or paddleboard.

And for another antidote to lockdown-induced cabin fever, book a real cabin on the shores of Lake Dixie.

These aren’t exactly luxury Clermont townhomes.

But with central air, fully equipped kitchens, and 2 bathrooms, you won’t be roughing it, either.

Of course, if you want to rough it, Lake Louisa State Park has you covered there, too.

Sleep out under the stars at the family campground or one of the park’s primitive camp sites.

Whatever “the great outdoors” means to you, you’ll find it at Lake Louisa State Park.



Clermont Downtown Farmer’s Market – Freshen Up Your Food

The outbreak of Covid-19 has drastically altered our food-buying habits.

From broken supply chains, to panicked runs on grocery stores, to reductions in capacity and hours of operation, the pandemic has left our weekly grocery trip almost unrecognizable.

As well as the insides of our fridges and pantries.

But if you’re ready to can the canned goods and put a freeze on frozen meals, Clermont has just the solution.

With city- and state-mandated safety measures in place, the Clermont Downtown Farmer’s Market is back!

Now you can once again freshen up your food with fresh local ingredients.

Or just freshen up with handmade soaps.

And just as importantly, you can enjoy the great outdoors while you shop.

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If Luxury Townhomes Aren’t Your Idea of a Movie Theater, Try the Clermont Drive-In

Of all the industries negatively impacted by Covid-19, movie theaters rank among the worst affected.

It’s been tough on movie lovers, too.

Fortunately, streaming services have allowed them to muddle through at home.

But although watching movies from the comfort of Clermont townhomes is a luxury not to be taken for granted, it doesn’t offer the immersive experience of going to the movies.

Luckily for theaters and theatergoers alike, there’s a way to have a night out at the movies without endangering yourself or others.

The drive-in.

Movie theaters across the country are turning to this near-lost tradition to bring movies to audieces.

And audiences are showing up in droves.



“Since we’ve started the drive-ins, they have been very well attended,” says Weegee DeMarsh, ower of Epic Theaters locations throughout Central Florida.

In fact, attendance has been so good at Deland and Clermont locations, DeMarsh recetly opened another drive-in in Mount Dora.

He may even continue the screenings post-quarantine.

“I think as long as there is interest in the drive-ins,” says DeMarsh, “and as long as we have the room, this may be something we can continue.”

Clermont’s Epic converted to a drive-in on April 29th.

With a full snack bar, audio routed straight through your car’s FM radio, and discounts on double features.

As well as a schedule of both classic films and new releases.

So if watching films in luxury townhomes isn’t your idea of a night at the movies, load up the car and head to Epic Theaters in Clermont.