The Golf Villas at Cypress Head are the only townhouses within the boundaries of Cypress Head Golf Course. Located close to Airport Road and South Williamson Boulevard, you have the pleasure of living close enough to town to be shopping in ten minutes or less. At the same time, you have the peace and quiet of being out in the country.
All along Dunlawton Avenue, there are numerous strip malls, a Walmart Supercenter, a Publix Supermarket, and at least one pet supply store where you can buy everything your dog could possibly need. Follow Dunlawton over the bridge and the two of you can be on the beach in no more than ten to fifteen minutes!
If you prefer to walk in the woods, a twenty-minute drive to the west on Pioneer Trail will put you in the South Tomoka Wildlife Management Area. This is only one of many different parks, preserves, and green spaces in the area to enjoy.
Within the Golf Villas, traffic is never very busy, even during rush hours. Having said this, you should always keep an eye out for cars when walking near the roads. The hard part is that you are surrounded by a golf course, which means acres of grass that your dog is not welcome on.
Your only options are to take your walks up and down the neighborhood or spread further out into the surrounding neighborhoods. All the residential areas have sidewalks and most have grass berms for your dog to use instead of the pavement. No matter where you go, be sure you keep an ear out for the occasional golf cart and your eyes open for low-flying golf balls!
Since you will be walking on the road at some points during your walk, be sure you watch out for cars to ensure you and your dog remain safe.
Much like the sailor at sea surround by water but not a drop to drink, living here means being surrounded by green space you cannot use. In other words, you live in the middle of a golf course with some of the finest grass your dog could ever walk on. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on the course per the business's regulations.
However, you are only a ten-minute drive along South Williamson Boulevard from the Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve. This vast nature preserve covers over 1,600 acres of dense forest, wetlands, swamps, and nature trails. The trails offer you and your dog the perfect place to go for hikes. If you are up for it, you can hike the six miles to New Smyrna Beach and back. It's a fantastic walk with plenty of opportunities to look for the many different species of birds and animals who call this magical place home.