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M/I Homes Begins Site Work for Phase 2 of the Vistas at Waters Edge Community in Apopka

APOPKA, Fla. -- With two model homes recently completed, M/I Homes is busy laying the groundwork for Phase 2 at the Vistas at Waters Edge, a gated, single-family home community on South Binion Road in Apopka.

Homes in the distinctive community – which is less than a mile from Florida Hospital/Advent Health Apopka – are priced from the low $300,000s to nearly $600,000, according to David Byrnes, area president of M/I Homes. The one- and two-story plans range from 2,000 to almost 5,000 square feet of living space.

The 75-acre community, on prime real estate overlooking Lake Apopka, will have 147 homes on 120-foot-deep homesites ranging in width from 60 to 75 feet.

When Phase 2 is completed later this year, Vistas at Waters Edge will have a number of parks with fountains, as well as a clubhouse, a pool with cabana, a picnic area and a multi-use trail that will connect with the Apopka’s trail system, Byrnes said.

The two lavishly-decorated four-bedroom, three-bath models – the Mediterranean-style Corina 2 and the Mission-style Brookhaven – are open for guest tours, he said. Both are built with an upstairs bonus room, a popular option that is available on each of the floor plans.

Base priced at $339,990, the Corina 2 has 2,317 square feet of living space, a covered lanai and a 2¾-car garage. The Brookhaven, which boasts 3,035 square feet of indoor living space plus a covered lanai and a two-car garage, is base-priced at $390,990.

Visit to register for a model and community tour.

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M/I Homes, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading builders of single-family homes, having delivered more than 81,500 homes. The Company’s homes are marketed and sold under the trade names M/I Homes, Showcase Homes, TriStone Homes and Triumph Homes. The Company has homebuilding operations in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; Tampa and Orlando, Florida; Austin, Houston and San Antonio, Texas; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; and the Virginia and Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.