Habitat communities in greater Orlando
We strive to give our homeowners a supportive Habitat community in the greater Orlando area.
There’s comfort in having neighbors who understand your journey.
We build safe, affordable and comfortable homes. Interested in taking a closer look at our homes? Visit AffordableHomesOrlando.org to take virtual tours of our floorplans, see more photos of our homes, and more.
Habitat Orlando & Osceola currently builds in:
Silver Pines Pointe
Silver Pines Pointe is Habitat Orlando & Osceola’s fourth planned community in the Pine Hills neighborhood, a central location to greater Orlando. The community features three and four-bedroom homes that offer two bathrooms and a garage. It will be made up of 58 homes once completed.
Applicants interested in Silver Pines Pointe need a minimum monthly income of $2,800 to qualify for these homes.
For the health conscious, a paved walking path called the Pine Hills Trail makes its way through the neighborhood.
Future homeowners can choose from several floorplans for three and four bedroom homes. This virtual tour guides you through the Maple layout:
Juniper Bend, in south Apopka, features 10 homes in a small neighborhood near Habitat Orlando & Osceola’s Arbor Bend community. This quiet neighborhood offers an ideal location that offers easy access to Orlando’s shopping, dining and the wonderful entertainment venues – with the opportunity to get away from the bustle of a big city.
The project is a unique public/private partnership among Habitat Orlando & Osceola, Orange County government, and Homes in Partnership, Inc. Applicants interested in Juniper Bend need a minimum monthly income of $2,500 to qualify for these homes.
Future homeowners can choose from several floorplans for three and four bedroom homes. This virtual tour guides you through the Palladia floorplan:
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Completed Habitat communities in the greater Orlando area:
Arbor Bend, in South Apopka, is Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County’s third community, featuring 34 homes. The project is a unique public/private partnership among Habitat Orlando & Osceola, Orange County government, and Homes in Partnership, Inc.
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Habitat Orlando & Osceola’s second community in Orlando, Butler’s Preserve, is named after Mable Butler, a stalwart affordable housing advocate and former District 6 Orange County Commissioner. The neighborhood features 59 single-family homes that are Florida Green Building Coalition Certified and Water Star® rated.
Stag Horn Villas
Habitat Orlando & Osceola’s first owner-managed condominium association community, Stag Horn Villas, features 58 single-family condominium homes. Each townhome has a multitude of energy-efficient features and is Energy Star® rated. The model home received Gold designation from the Florida Green Builder’s Coalition. Many of the “green” features were made possible by partnerships with OUC – The Reliable One and Siemens.