Inverness Golf and Country Club is a suburban golf community situated on Florida's Nature Coast in Citrus County. Located on the Nature Coast of Florida, south of the City of Inverness off U.S. Highway 41, the Inverness Golf and Country Club offers a clubhouse with a restaurant and lounge, a Pro-shop, swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, driving range, and practice putting green. There is also an excellent banquet facility used for various events, including weddings, family reunions, social gatherings, and business meetings. The Inverness Golf and Country Club is a private golf course.
The golf neighborhood of Inverness Golf and Country Club is mostly made up of spacious single-family homes created with various architectural styles by a variety of builders. Golf homes at Inverness are composed of luxury golf estate homes on oversized lots, along with more affordable golf course homes, waterfront homes, apartments, and golf villas. These homes range in size from just 1,080-square feet to over 5,000-square feet of living area. The homes feature 2-5-bedrooms, 2-3.5-bathrooms, a two-car garage, and a golf cart garage. Amenities include clubhouse, heated swimming pools, tennis courts.
This community is conveniently located just minutes away from the unique shops and restaurants of downtown. The hospital, schools, shopping centers, numerous city parks, Withlacoochee State Trail, Interstate 75, and other attractions are only minutes away. Inverness Airport is just a mile south of the city limits, besides the Citrus County Speedways. The Withlacoochee State Trail and The Florida National Scenic Trail, which runs more than 1,400-miles from the Panhandle to the Everglades, are perfect for hikers, bikers, walkers, and runners.
Other parks in and around this golf community include Whispering Pines Park, Fort Cooper State Park, Wallace Brooks Park, and the Henderson Lake Boat Ramps. Inverness is also close to Flying Eagle Preserve, Withlapopka Community Park, and McGregor Smith Scout Reservation.