The town of Celebration has several different neighborhoods called Villages, each with its own character.
The Main Village was the first Village built in Celebration. This area has 351 home sites, which includes the downtown area. Single family homes, Townhouses, and Condominiums are walking distance to the K-8 school, Stetson University, banks, post office, restaurants and shops. The living quarters above the Market Street area were originally apartments and have been converted to Condominiums. The downtown area features a large heated pool at Lakeside Park, basketball court, lighted tennis courts, playground, and a volunteer library. The Carlyle Residences, completed in 2007, where the last residential development in town. Pros: easy walking distance to all downtown areas and events. Cons: congested traffic, parking, and crowds.
West Village is next to the Main Village and borders the Celebration Golf Course and the Celebration K-8 School. It has 95 homes and has a mixture of Cottage, Village and Estate homes. Pros: close proximity to the downtown area and close walking distance to the school. Cons: none that aren’t shared by the rest of Celebration.
Lake Evalyn is located just past the downtown area. With only 59 homes, this is the smallest Village. Mostly made up of Garden homes, this area is home to a beautiful pristine Lake, surrounded by lighted walking trails connecting to the downtown area. Pros: close proximity to the downtown area, walking trails and quiet retreat-like setting. Cons: zero lot line boundaries, small yards, and narrow streets.
North Village is the closest Village to 192 and 417. Although its location is close to 192 area attractions, this Village has many outstanding features. Due to its location, this village is quiet during the day and does not have the tourist traffic. It also features a neighborhood pool, park, pavilion, sand volleyball courts and a playground. The styles of homes vary with Condominiums, Townhouses, Garden, Cottage, Village, Estate and Manor Homes. The Pros: easy access to I-4, 417, and 192. Cons: Noise from the roads and the Old Towne attraction on 192.
South Village is located about 1.5 miles from the downtown area and has 552 homes. Many features make this Village a very desirable neighborhood. Spring Park is one of the largest parks within Celebration. It features a large pool, soccer fields, playgrounds, a Town Meeting Hall (residents can lease this Hall for a nominal fee for wedding receptions, meeting and parties) and conservation area. The styles of homes vary with Condominiums, Townhouses, Bungalows, Cottage, Village, Estate and Manor homes.
Roseville Corner is a small neighborhood with only 99 homes. The location is farther away from the downtown area, near the entrance to Artisan Park. The homes are mostly Bungalows with views of water and conservation. Pros: a charming Village with light traffic and low noise. Cons: distance from pools, parks, playgrounds, and the Main Village.
East Village began construction in 2003. Connected by Eastlawn Drive, this village offers a small community pool and a Tot-Lot, a playground especially designed for young children under the age of 3, and soccer fields. The styles of homes vary with Condominiums, Townhouses, Cottage, Village, Estate and Manor homes. Pros: East Village doesn’t have any particular pros over and above being in Celebration. Cons: Eastlawn Drive is a heavily traveled street and is the main access road from Celebration Ave to East Village and Aquila Reserve.
Aquila Reserve is a secluded enclave within Celebration. Aquila Loop is the lone access road into the Aquila Reserve neighborhood. It features a variety of Single Family home types all of which are large. Pros: beautiful views of water and conservation along with a very remote and private location. Cons: no pools or parks and its distance from the downtown area.
Artisan Park is the last village of Celebration and is located at the end of Celebration Ave. This is also the largest Village. Artisan Park is an exclusive community and all of the houses are block construction. Although not gated, residents of Artisan Park pay an additional fee to enjoy the exclusive benefits of their Clubhouse with a fitness center, bar, and large pool. Residents of Artisan Park may also enjoy the use of all pools, parks and facilities throughout Celebration. The styles of homes vary with Condominiums, Townhouses, Bungalows, Cottage, Village, Estate and Manor homes. Pros: best internet service in town, exclusive facilities, amphitheater, and parks and is surrounded by conservation views. Cons: distance from the downtown area and virtually no mobile phone service.