Sabal Lake Estates is a tight-knit neighborhood of single-family houses and townhomes next door to Saturn Elementary School. The setting is beautiful as both north and east of the community is a dense, undeveloped forest. However, with cul-de-sac turnarounds at the end of each street, more development may occur in the future. Most of the houses have large shady yards that are perfect for your furry friend to play in.
Having the feeling of living out in the country is only natural given the thick woods in the community. However, you are not as far from civilization as you might think. For example, you are only ten minutes from the Walmart Supercenter, less than ten from the Fiske Supermarket, and ten from MYDOGSWAG, the nearest pet supply store. Not only is everyone in this pet store friendly, but you never know if a picture of your pooch will appear on their Instagram page!
Out here, the land is flat and you have dense woods on two sides. The neighborhood is well-kept and has sidewalks for you and your pooch to use for walkies. There will be a small amount of traffic during the usual rush hours and school children running for their buses from time to time. However, during the bulk of the day, it stays pretty quiet, which is one of the reasons why residents seem to love it!
Do keep in mind that North Range Road is a bustling thoroughfare during rush hours and, thanks to the school next door, lots of school buses tend to venture through. The wooded areas have trails cut through them that you and your dog can use for hiking as they make a nice change from walking on the sidewalks and roads. If you take a walk out of the community, North Range Road also has a sidewalk running along the northbound side for miles in either direction.
The woods that encompass a large amount of this area definitely counts as a vast green space. While walking into the dense forest may not be possible, you may find that the two of you can walk along the right of way cut into the forest by FPL for their power transmission lines. It runs from Clearlake Road west to Cox Road, which should give the two of you plenty of room to stretch your legs.
No dog likes to be stuck on a leash every time they go out. Why not take your pooch to Barks and Recreation, an off-leash dog park located less than ten minutes from your home on Pluckebaum Road? The park offers a large fenced area for the dogs that is split into zones for large and small breeds. There's plenty of water and shade, making it the perfect place to take your pooch and let them run around and socialize.