Chelsea Landing is home to several cul-de-sacs and features 90 home sites. The last homes in this neighborhood were completed in the Spring of 1998, and many feature upgraded amenities and unique floorplans. Residents and visitors can enter this area from two entrances – one is located off Town Center Boulevard, and the other is located near Town Loop Boulevard. Both entrances are located west of John Young Parkway.
The Chelsea Landing community is located within walking distance to Hunters Creek Elementary and Middle Schools, and a short drive or walk from The Village at Hunters Creek, the area’s major retail and dining plaza. The Village at Hunters Creek is located on Village Park Drive off South John Young Parkway, and features several restaurants and businesses, including Mikado Japanese Restaurant, Miller’s Ale House, Venezia Bakery and the House of Beer. It’s also home to two hair salons, massage parlor, nail salon and a cigar shop.
Residents of Chelsea Landing can enjoy easy access to several parks and recreational sites around Hunters Creek, including Osprey Park, Mallard Cove Park and the Hunters Creek Golf Club. The community is minutes from the Central Florida Greenway toll road, and a few blocks from Orange Blossom Trail that connects to the Florida Turnpike to the north, and goes straight to Kissimmee to the south.
Golfers in the family not only enjoy easy access to the Hunters Creek Golf Club, but also to the Shingle Creek Golf Course, located less than a fifteen-minute drive north near Universal Studios and I-Drive. Residents who wish to enjoy some of the tourist attractions have easy access to Florida 417 that connects to I-4 and goes directly to the Walt Disney World Resort area. Chelsea Landing is also a short drive from the Orlando Premium Outlets, the restaurants near Little Lake Bryan, and the attractions around Lake Buena Vista.