A Warmer Version Of Katonah

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Ocala was a warmer version of Katonah. It was not on the water, but what it lacked in views it more them made up for in privacy. Set on almost 10 acres this part of Florida was known as horse country. Many people who lived in the eastern seaboard had a residence in the area because they had children who rode and competed. In the winter activity picked up dramatically as horses were shipped south to be in the warm climate. He had never thought about Florida as a residence, but as the winters in New England started to become more intense he revised that plan. He found that as he got older he really did not like the cold, especially when it accompanied snow on an almost weekly basis. Surprisingly he found the dual residence and climate to…show more content…
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