Eaglebrooke is a serene gated community that is nestled inside the award winning Club at Eaglebrooke. Designed by world famous golf architect Ron Garl, the semi-private golf course range has been rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, as well as one of the best courses in the nation for the last 9 years. The Club at Eaglebrooke also has a huge clubhouse on the property, with a full-service restaurant and a large banquet space for any type of event.
Eaglebrooke & Beyond: What The Neighborhood Location Has To Offer
Eagle Ridge Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33813
Managed by the Eaglebrooke Community Association, Eaglebrooke’s location and amenities make this neighborhood an ideal location for folks looking to build their custom home in a top notch neighborhood. The golf course on property is home to major golf tournaments including the Paul McDonald Tournament and the Annual Lakeland Evening Sertoma Golf Tournament. There is even an Eaglebrooke professional team that hosts banquets and offers clinics to those interested in lessons from a PGA rated Class A Team. At The Club at Eaglebrooke’s in-house restaurant, you will find casual dining while overlooking the 18th hole and nearby lakes. There are even happy hours, prime rib nights, and more. There is also brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, with an a la carte menu available.
Residents of Eaglebrooke get to enjoy Lakeland’s main attractions including the SUN n’ FLY annual airshow, The Polk Museum of Art, and nearby Winter Haven’s LEGOLAND Florida. In addition, Eaglebrooke’s location makes it a short drive from the lovely beaches in Tampa, as well as major attractions in Tampa and Orlando like Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, The Florida Aquarium, Sea World, Universal Studios, and Walt Disney World, just to name a few.
If you prefer museums, your options include Explorations V Children’s Museum, the Florida Air Museum, the Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture and Visitors Center and the Polk County History Museum. There are also a multitude of popular museums a short drive away in nearby cities such as the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, the Tampa Museum of Art, the Museum of Science & Industry, Glazer’s Children’s’ Museum, The Dali Museum, the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, the Orlando Science Center, the Orlando Museum of Art and many more.
For fans of the outdoors, Eaglebrooke is located near several of the best parks in the city of Lakeland. Hollis Garden is a botanic garden filled with exotic flower beds, art, and even ornamental water fountains. Located in Downtown Lakeland is Munn Park, these 80 acres of land is sometimes of referred to as the “Heart of Lakeland” and is full of trees, flowers, walking trails, etc. Some of the other parks in the area include Peterson Park, Lake Morton Shore, Fletcher Park, and more.
Due to the proximity of some of the most notable areas of Lakeland, Eaglebrooke has access to a multitude of great shopping amenities and restaurants. The Lakeland Square Mall is home to a movie theater and major stores like Macy’s, JCPenny, and Burlington Coat Factory. Nearby you will find Tapatio’s Authentic Mexicano Restaurante, a 5-star restaurant, that as the name suggests, serves authentic Mexican dishes. If you prefer Cuban food, the neighborhood of Eaglebrooke is also close to Cuban Delights Café, which is known for their Cuban sandwiches and baked goods. Also nearby is Bruster’s Ice Cream, Bob Evans’ Restaurant, and many more unique restaurants.
In the event you decide to build your custom home in the Eaglebrooke neighborhood and have school age children, do not fret, Eaglebrooke is zoned for some of the best schools in Polk County. The schools that the Eaglebrooke community is zoned for are as follows:
- Scott Lake Elementary School
- Lakeland Highlands Middle School
- George Jenkins High School
There are also plenty of private schools nearby including Lakeland Grace Academy, Highlands Christian Academy, Geneva Classical Academy, The Monarch School, Lakeland Christian School, All Saints Academy, and much more.
Having your custom home built in a neighborhood with a great school district is not only beneficial to families with school-age children, but it also allows the home to retain or gain value, should you decide to sell your home.
Directions to Eaglebrooke
From Tampa: Take I-275 N and use Exit 45B for I-4 East towards Orlando. Stay on I-4 E for 23.6 miles and then take Exit 27 for FL 570 E towards Lakeland/Winter Haven. Continue onto FL-570 E for 5.9 miles and use the right 2 lanes to take Exit 7 for FL-37/S Florida Ave. Turn right onto FL-37 S/S Florida Ave, then left onto Lake Miriam Dr., followed by a right onto Scott Lake Rd. Continue onto S Carter Rd. and turn left onto Eagle Ridge Rd.
From Orlando: Take I-4 West for approximately 41.3 miles. Take Exit 41 for Fl-570 W toward Auburndale/Lakeland/Polk Pkwy. Continue onto FL-570 W/Polk Pkwy. and take Exit 9 toward Polk County 37B S. Turn left onto CR 27B/Lakeland Highlands Rd., then turn right onto Co Rd. 540A, left onto S Carter Rd. and finally a left onto Eagle Ridge Blvd.
From Jacksonville: Follow I-95 S and take exit 260B to merge onto I-4 W toward Orlando. Take exit 41 for Fl-570 W toward Auburndale/Lakeland/Polk Pkwy. Continue onto FL-570 W/Polk Pkwy and take Exit 9 toward Polk County 37B S. Turn left onto CR 27B/Lakeland Highlands Rd, then turn right onto Co Rd. 540A, left onto S Carter Rd and finally a left onto Eagle Ridge Blvd.
From Miami: Take I-95 for 7 miles and exit toward Florida Turnpike/FL-826 W. Take exit 193 towards US-441. Merge onto FL-60 W and use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto E Van Fleet Dr. Then use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-98N/Broadway Ave. N. Proceed to use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Co Rd. 540A. Make a left onto S Carter Rd. and finally, a left onto Eagle Ridge Blvd.
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