Dalton Woods, Ocala, FL, is a beautiful subdivision in SE Ocala in zip code 34480, with around 165 homes. Dalton Woods has an HOA fee of $500.00 per year, which includes the common area maintenance, upkeep of a community park, and contribution to a road fund. Since Dalton Woods is technically zoned as a gated community, the roads are private. However, it doesn’t have gates, meaning the streets are privately owned and maintained by the community.

I’m proud to call Dalton Woods my home for the last 16 years! It’s been a wonderful community to raise my family in, and we’ve enjoyed taking walks and hours out on our lanai enjoying the Florida days and nights.

Multiple builders in two phases built Dalton Woods; builders include Currington Homes, Centerstate Construction, and Carlson of Marion County. The 2nd phase of homes in the back section of Dalton Woods is called 1st Addition. While natural gas is available in Dalton Woods, it’s unavailable in the 1st Addition. Residents of the community enjoy the curved roads and the natural beauty of all the trees left when the subdivision was built, which add tremendous character. There’s also a park area with playground equipment for the kids and picnic tables for a nice picnic lunch with access to walking trails via the greenway.

Dalton Woods is zoned for Marion County Public Schools, including Legacy Elementary, Osceola Middle or Belleview Middle, and Forest High School.

See a home in Dalton Woods that you like? Contact me via text or phone at 352-362-3418. If you have a home to sell in Dalton Woods, please use the home value estimator or contact me for a personal valuation.

You should also consider homes located in Bellechase or The Arbors.

Homes For Sale in Dalton Woods Ocala FL

FAQs About The Community

Are sheds allowed in Dalton Woods Ocala, FL?

Yes, sheds are allowed. However, setback requirements must be met, and the shed’s architecture must match the home. ARB approval is required.

Are fences allowed in Dalton Woods, Ocala, FL?

Vinyl and wood fences are allowed. However, ARB approval is required.