Reside in the historically quaint village of Arcadia, Florida. Its small, friendly population is now actively engaged in an exciting restoration program of the downtown area since being placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1985. This charming community was frequented by such noted Americans as Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, and other guests.

Visit old-fashioned shops in the historic downtown area; or ride a bike path or stroll a short distance from your home to the new Wal-Mart Center. Either choice is certain to satisfy your shopping requirements.

Feel the personal security of nearby banks, doctors, government offices, and a new 82-bed hospital, equipped with a physical therapy department, an ultrasound unit, a nuclear medicine apparatus, and a planned heliport for transporting emergency patients. Small town greetings are certain to accompany you at one of the many churches of almost every denomination.

Just minutes away are the white sandy beaches of lovely Sarasota and Bradenton. At your leisure, escape to numerous exciting attractions—including Disney World, Epcot, Jungle Gardens, Ringling Museum, and the paradise islands of Sanibel and Captiva.