Falcon Pointe is one of the largest communities in Hunters Creek and features 165 home sites. Residents of this beautiful community have access to two large lakes, a fishing area, boating docks, three small ponds and several acres of lush landscape and green space. The community was built between 1991 and 1996, and boasts a quiet and friendly atmosphere.
Hunters Creek residents can also enjoy recreation activities at Mallard Pointe Park, home to a children’s playground, basketball courts, a tennis court and jogging trails. This park is located right off John Young Parkway near Town Center Boulevard, and is a serene and peaceful setting for picnicking, family gatherings and just for relaxing on a sunny day.
Most of the homes are located around the conservation site in Falcon Pointe, and many residents enjoy lake views and lakefront access from their back yard. You’ll find several properties with covered swimming pools next to the lake, and many are connected to a trail that wraps around the lake and up to the pier.
The community is minutes away from the Marriott Trail entrance of the Shingle Creek Management area, the initial headwaters of the Everglades ecosystem. You can access the hiking and biking trails around this area to head up four miles of dirt power line roads into the Shingle Creek canal. Canoeing enthusiasts, hikers, bikers and joggers enjoy the abundance of wildlife around this area – don’t be surprised to find herons, turkey, and white-tailed deer roaming near the trails throughout the year.
Residents of Falcon Point can enroll their kids in Endeavor Elementary School, Hunters Creek Middle School and Cypress Creek High School. They also enjoy easy access to the Central Florida Greenway and Florida 417, and the Florida Turnpike, which all connect to Interstate 4. The Village at Hunter’s Creek, a semi-upscale retail, dining and entertainment district, is located across the street off Town Center Boulevard.