My wife and I stopped by this beautiful property on our way back to Georgia from our vacation in Orlando. We had been looking at this neighborhood on the internet along with some other retirement communities. We were very impressed with the beautiful clubhouse and amenities. The employees and owners were very friendly. The Sales person who took us on a tour of Trilogy was very nice and knowledgeable. She took her time in showing us the property and answering any questions we had. We have not purchased a home yet, but Trilogy is still our number one property to purchase our retirement home in the near future.
I came to Trilogy in May. I was very impress with
everything, the people, the homes, the clubhouse, and
When we ate lunch in the club house everyone was so very friendly, that it made me want to live in this
community. I purchase a home in Aug.
So far my home is moving right a long, hopefully I will be in shortly.
Dropped by the community and it was truly beautiful .
Clubhouse was huge almost scary thinking about cost to maintain.
Sales person a little curt and often provided a little misinformation.
Hoa was high at 355 but to get a decent lot it was extremely expensive and made the purchase of a new home expensive.
Really nice place but after all said and done "pricey"
We live in Victoria Gardens a gated community in Deland where Shea has built some lovely homes.Our neighbors and myself took a ride Sunday because we heard so many nice things about this community, as this one we live in now is really becoming crowded and is not as updated as we heard Trilogy was.
When we arrived after an hour and more of traveling on severly crowded and the accident ridden I-4. We were greatly impressed by Magnolia House. As we entered the building our impression was soon squashed by the lack of Hospitality...Not one person greeted us or even acknowledged our presence. About 15 minutes later someone introduced us to one of your ambassadors and she proceeded to show us all of the amenities which I must say are all top notch except we didn't see any residents using them. A few people at the pool which was lovely. After the tour of the Magnolia House, we were asked to wait again and finally a real estate agent showed up and said that they were so busy and if we wanted to see any of the Model Homes we would have to make an appointment and drive back again. The young lady sitting in the little opening on the left never put a smile on her face and when asked a question she said she didn't know because she was new.. Needless to say we left your beautiful comminity without smiles on our faces perhaps it was catchy from your sales people. May you do well in the coming years, you have a beautiful development and remember people over 55 live for at least 55 smiles a day.
We are looking to buy a home within a year at an active adult community. We are not golfers and don't want to support a golf course. We loved almost everything about Trilogy Orlando: The homes were well built, the floorplans well thought out, natural gas and solar, the homeowners were friendly; out-and-about enjoying the lifestyle, pricing and monthly fees were reasonable, the agent had the perfect blend of being knowledgable, friendly and not-too-pushy. Turn-off: No public transportation or shuttles to necessities like grocery stores, drug stores or medical facilities --- We are both able to drive NOW, but our goal is to remain indepent as long as possible. Trilogy Orlando is located in a remote location; a regularly scheduled shuttle to necessities and popular destinations could extend independence by years. As much as we liked Trilogy we don't plan on buying there.
Trilogy has a wonderful location just outside Orlando. We love the newer and modern amenities. Everything is really well done, beautifully decorated and perfectly maintained. It's a treat to live here and enjoy all the fancy amenities. It's like living in your own private gated resort!