Homes for Sale in Centerville Conservation, Tallahassee, Florida | Coldwell Banker Hartung, Inc., REALTORS

Centerville Conservation Tallahassee

Residents of Centerville Conservation in Tallahassee enjoy southern style living at its finest! This upscale community features a large lake, craftsman-style homes and an abundance of community amenities, while keeping best conservation practices in mind to protect the wildlife and plants in the Red Hills region. 

Centerville Conservation Tallahassee

Centerville Conservation homes for saleNature enthusiasts love the Centerville Conservation community, located in northeast Tallahassee, Florida. According to Nextdoor, some of the top reasons why residents appreciate living here is because it’s peaceful, there’s an abundance of wildlife (like deer), right in their backyards, and even though the homes are spaced apart, there’s a strong connection between the neighbors, which provides a friendly and welcoming environment.


The community is made up of 5 distinct neighborhoods: 

Oak Grove

Savannah

Forest Reserve

Lakefront

Meadows

Each of the communities in Centerville Conservation feature expansive, Southern craftsman-style homes. Imagine yourself seated under the cool fan on your wrap around front-porch, reading the paper on Sunday morning. Head out to your backyard to take a dip in the pool, or enjoy cultivating flowers, vegetables or fruit in your garden. In this neighborhood, there’s plenty of room for all your hobbies. 


Those with an interest in equestrian living will appreciate the private stables and pastures. Horse boarding is also available in Centerville Conservation. Of course, the best part of living in a horse community is getting to share your passion with fellow horse lovers!

About Centerville Conservation Homes for Sale

Many of the homes for sale in Centerville Conservation look as if they could be featured on the cover of Southern Living or Better Homes & Garden magazine. Covered front porches featuring white columns are included on many of the homes for sale, along with decorative shutters and unique front doors.


The interior of many of the homes feature high ceilings, crown molding, hardwood floors, eat-in kitchens and formal dining rooms. “Breathtaking!” is how many residents describe their experience when they first walk into a Centerville Conservation home. 


If you cannot find a home that suits you, there are still lots for sale in Centerville Conservation, so there’s an option to purchase and build your luxury, dream home to fit your exact specifications. Most homes sit on 1-3 acre lots and range from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet. 

Centerville Conservation Market Update

In the past 6 months, there has been a 5% increase in the average price per square foot of Centerville Conservation homes for sale. This is down from the 10% increase we saw back in July 2021. Although the 6-month average has dropped, being in a seller’s market, we don’t anticipate the price per square foot to trend down in the near future.

 

The average sales price for a Centerville Conservation home is $978,900, which is slightly lower than last month’s 6-month average of $1,425,500. 

 

Currently, the average number of days on the market for houses for sale in Centerville Conservation is around 26 days. With the market as it is right now, buyers can expect to pay 98% of the seller’s asking price. 

 

In August 2021, 3 homes sold in Centerville Conservation. The average listing price was $1,099,633 and the average sold price was $1,051,167 (or $48,466 under asking). These homes had a high of 57 days on the market and a low of 25 days, with an average of 37 days on the market. With a range in square footage of 3,180 sq.ft to 4,693 sq.ft most of the homes featured 4-beds and 3-baths.

Centerville Conservation Neighborhood Association

The Centerville Conservation Neighborhood Association has an active and up-to-date website with all the details residents and future residents might need to know when it comes to living in this gorgeous community. Check out their recent newsletters, download the New Home application, submit a request for ACC approval and more. You’ll also find a number of conservation resources with topics that range from dealing with snakes to coping with deer damage. 

Major Streets located in the Centerville Conservation Community

Residents will enjoy the peaceful cruise around the circular Lake Pisgah Drive, where many of the homes are located. There are roads off of this loop where there are more homes for sale and lots for sale in the Centerville Conservation area. Some of the neighborhood’s roads are listed below:


Pine Fair Way

Quail Call Drive

Bird Dog Pt

Amber Lake Way

If you love the lush beauty of a conservation neighborhood, but aren’t ready to take on a 1-acre lot, check out the homes for sale in the SouthWood community. Here, residents enjoy a “central park” and other green spaces and trails, without the upkeep of an expansive backyard.