Sunday, September 21, 2014

Station House will offer life on the fast track at Lake Mary SunRail station

Imagine walking a few yards from the front door of your home to hop on SunRail for a quick train ride to downtown Orlando.

This isn’t a dream. This description is what life soon will be like for residents at Station House, the luxury-apartment community that is being completed adjacent to the Lake Mary SunRail station.

The 200-unit Station House community is being developed by Epoch Properties, a Winter Park-based firm that has developed 33,000 apartments in 57 cities. The Station House is a perfect example of transit-oriented development – a community that was planned and built to take maximum advantage of public transportation.

Convenience is the guiding principle behind the development of Station House, at 188 E. Crystal Lake Ave. Station House is just a 5-minute stroll to Lake Mary’s Fourth Street business district that offers a variety of dining, shopping, recreation and entertainment experiences.

Station House residents are in for a treat. The four-story mid-rise, private-access community features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. The monthly rent ranges from $1,060 to $1,800.

Each apartment includes upscale finishes including granite counter-tops, wood-style flooring, wireless- device charging stations and energy-efficient stainless steel appliances.

Other features include a unique two-story amenities building housing a 24-hour fitness center; complete concierge services; business center; summer kitchen ;a patio and a sundeck.

In addition, Station House will have a resort style swimming pool with cook-out grills and fire pits. For dog lovers there is a dog park and a canine drinking station. There will also be a parking structure where residents can leave their cars while they’re riding SunRail.

Construction teams are still working on Station House so the community won’t be open for tours until late October 2014. Prospective residents can call 855-229-5085 or email to make a reservation for a tour and request rental applications. For more information, visit the website at

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