Inverness Community Information

The city of Inverness is made up of eight distinctly unique neighborhoods: Gospel Island, Inverness Highlands, Inverness Heights, Seven Lakes, Pritchard Island, Inverness Golf & Country Club, Royal Oaks, and Lakeside Golf & Country Club.

The subdivision of Gospel Island is located northwest of downtown Inverness along the shores of Little Lake Henderson. More than 400 homes can be found in Gospel Island with close to 100 or so homes situated right on the shore. Residents have easy access to a public boat ramp, which is perfect if you enjoy canoeing, boating or fishing. Residents are also just minutes from the Withlacoochee State Trail, Potts Preserve, and Gum Slough.

Inverness Highlands is just south of downtown and is currently home to approximately 2,000 homes. For recreation, residents can head south to the Withlacoochee State Forest for camping, hiking and biking, or hike along the Florida National Scenic Trail which can be entered from Citrus Tract.

Inverness Heights can be found west of downtown Inverness between Gardenia Drive to the east, Pleasant Grove Road along the west, State Road 44 to the north, and Druid Road on the south. This subdivision is home to the Citrus County School Board offices as well as the Withlacoochee Technical Institute. Single-family homes and a few apartments can be found in Inverness Heights, which also happens to be a popular neighborhood for retirees and professionals.

Pritchard Island is another one of Inverness' waterfront neighborhoods. Cypress trees line the wide, clean streets, and many residents appreciate the small-town feel of this neighborhood. Approximately 126 homes are in Pritchard Island and community amenities include a swimming pool, exclusive boat docks, tennis courts, and nature trails.

Tompkinsville features a few historic homes, some which were constructed in the early 1900s. It is known today as downtown Inverness. This neighborhood is popular amongst professionals and retirees. Current residents credit the small-town atmosphere, diversity, quick access to recreational activities and downtown Inverness, as well as being a pedestrian and bicycle friendly neighborhood as a few reasons why they enjoy living here.

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