Dreaming of life on the lake? This wonderful home sits on an elevated, 3/4 of an acre and has undergone an incredible number of renovations and upgrades, primarily completed in 2018. From the electrical, to the plumbing, to the kitchen, to the dock, you’ll need to read the list twice. As you enter the family room, Alligator Lake is there, welcoming you home through the triple sliding glass doors. Also featured are exposed wooden beams with tasteful Tongue & Groove ceilings and beautiful wood laminate flooring which were part of the major 2018 renovations and continue throughout the home. Tucked away, just off the family room is the dinette and kitchen which underwent a complete remodeling adding a kitchen island, quartz countertops, all new cabinets, and appliances. From the family room and dinette, you can access your spacious backyard and enjoy both covered and un-covered seating areas, as well as a private dock (with newer marine grade decking) on Alligator Lake, one of the seven connecting lakes on Osceola County’s most desirable chain of lakes. Additionally, there is an oversized, side-entry, 2-car garage under the house and exterior access to an additional un-finished room. It has plumbing in place and is large enough to create a workshop, media room, fourth bedroom, or whatever your heart desires. Other major upgrades from 2018 include new interior doors, insulated windows, sliding glass doors, outlets, switches, and light fixtures throughout; interior and exterior paint; new electric water heater; new electrical outlets, switches, breakers, and electrical service upgraded from 100 to 150-amp; AC system with all new ductwork and blown-in insulation added in the attic; new water softener; new well pump (2022). Enjoy the serene, lake lifestyle while still just a short drive to Publix, additional shopping and dining, Downtown Saint Cloud, and easy access to major roadways connecting you with Orlando, Lake Nona, Melbourne. Port Canaveral and famous Cocoa Beach. The last photo was taken on 10/4/22, after hurricane Ian caused Central Florida to experience a 500 yr flooding event and this home remained well above the extremely elevated water levels.