Waterford at Bridgewater Crossing, a masterpiece designed by award winning resort architect, Adache Group Architects, will be a brand new 27 unit "resort-style" chic townhouse residence designed in the modern version of the American Craftsman style of architecture. Waterford Townhouses (in the development phase) are "fee-simple", one and two story villas, featuring 2, 3, and 4 bedroom residences, and is part of the Bridgewater Crossing subdivision in Central Florida and located within the Disney Corridor.
Bridgewater Crossing is a unique and small exclusive 78 acre community with just over 240 existing single family dwelling units that sit on a natural habitat and along the beautiful 46 Acre deep water Lake Madison. The community is directly surrounded by 165 acres of wetlands, lakes & ponds, orange groves, and a protected nature reserve.
Bridgewater Crossing is a proven fully developed neighborhood with underground utilities, full grown trees & mature landscaping, and supplemented with additional existing amenities such as picnic areas, lighted tennis courts, volley ball court, swimming pool, basketball court, children’s playground, and all of nature’s outdoor activities such as lake fishing, bird watching, and hiking on a 3 mile lakefront nature trail. Bridgewater Crossing is surrounded by several award winning golf courses, and only a few minutes away from the world renown ChampiansGate Golf Club, which features two premier signature 18 hole golf courses designed by golf legend, Greg Norman.
While close to shopping, restaurants, hospitals, and A-rated schools in the small community of Davenport, Florida, and only minutes away from the Orlando airport, downtown Orlando, and the Orlando area theme parks, such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, etc., Waterford at Bridgewater Crossing seems like it's miles from civilization because it is surrounded by hundreds of acres of environmentally protected heavily wooded nature and natural wetlands. Waterford at Bridgewater Crossing: "Back to Nature, in style”.