Scenic, State Parks, Great Schools
The People Are
Living off Millhopper Road
enjoy a breathtaking view of the moss covered oaks on the drive home every day.
anyone who wants to wake up to birds chirping.
the moss covered oaks, the state parks, and great schools
A Little About Millhopper Road:
Millhopper Road was designated a scenic road in 1980. It is absolutely beautiful, tree-lined and shaded by a canopy of leaves. On the east side is the Devil’s Millhopper state Park and on the west side are the dense forests of the San Felasco Hammock.
Residents of the area enjoy the one-of-a-king scenery, the proximity to shopping & restaurants, and the excellent schools.
The neighborhoods along Millhopper Road take advantage of the established forest and canopy, and many of them have protections for trees in their areas.
Homes range from inexpensive starter homes in neighborhoods like Deer Run to mid range family homes to sprawling luxury homes in San Felasco Estates or The Hammock
Rent: $1500 – $4,000
Buy: $150K – $800k
* Based on a 3 bed, 2 bath home.
on Millhopper Road
miles of trail