Fox Run - Large, Spacious Homes and Central Location 

Fox Run in a quaint neighborhood consisting of 343 single family homes that were built between 1990 and 1997. There is a wide range of 1 story and 2 story properties and typical square footage ranges from 2,000 to 3,500 sq. ft. under air. Homes have 2 or 3 car garages and almost every home has a pool. Some of the highly desirable features of this community is that many homes are waterfront with either a lake view or canal view and HOA fees tend to run less than most other comparable developments in South Florida.

Residents can enjoy great shopping at the Sawgrass Mills Mall. The mall is the 8th largest mall in the United States and the 2nd largest in Florida with nearly 2.5M sq. ft. of retail space and over 300 retail outlets. It contains a Regal Cinemas movie complex with 24 theaters and multiple restaurants. There is also other great local shopping at the Nob Hill Pavilion, Vizcaya Square and the Plantation Promenade.

Neighborhood amenities include multiple parks including the expansive Central Park at Jacaranda. Central Park offers a 10 acre lake, surrounded by a jogging trail with exercise stations and a tot lot, as well as a recreational center and nicely equipped fitness facility with locker rooms and showers, game rooms, and meeting rooms. In addition, there is an Olympic-size pool, multiple basketball courts, tennis courts, racquetball courts, and a multi-purpose athletic complex featuring soccer, football and baseball fields, and roller hockey. There is bound to be some sort of recreational activity to suit the interests of every member of your household.

Camp Everglades at Volunteer Park is just down the street and consists of a one-acre play area at the park that provides a unique environment and educational opportunity for children. The Everglades-themed park features such playground equipment as an Everglades village, a fishing camp with tree huts, and more. Within the park, visitors will enjoy quiet, peaceful nature trails, wetlands designed to support local wildlife, educational playgrounds, auditory sculptures that react to wind and rain, and a beautiful meeting facility able to accommodate gatherings from 10-250. It is also home to the Plantation Equestrian Center.