Villages of Southport
Orlando, Florida


Welcome to the Villages of Southport located in Orlando, Florida.

The Villages of Southport is a 658-unit project located at the Orlando Naval Training Center, which closed in 1994. The Villages of Southport was the first major private sector reuse project at the NTC McCoy Annex property.

The neighborhood is divided into 5 themed villages: Malibu, Portsmouth, Schooner, Island and Bermuda. Within each village, each different floor plan has three exterior elevation options, resulting in over 40 exterior alternatives.

With its solid original construction, modern amenities and fine neighborhood character, The Villages of Southport has become one of Orlando's great neighborhoods.

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To Request an Estoppel Letter please e-mail form or request to:

Background checks must be completed prior to requesting a estoppel.

Required Police Background Check from Buyer

Please be advised, in an effort to ensure our neighborhoods are safe, the Board of Directors is requiring a police background check be made on the buyer(s) prior to releasing estoppel information.

We are conducting the background checks at our local Southport Homeowner's Association office at 8740 Wichita Place, Orlando, FL 32827, Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. There is a processing fee of $30.00 per person for every adult 18 years or older living in the household and must be paid by money order at the time the application is completed.

After the background check has been processed, the estoppel letter will be provided. The estoppel letter process will take 5 to 7 business days. It must be requested via email to Lori at


The revised and approved Architectural Design Review Manual is ready for our homeowners

Declaration of Mandatory HOA
This community has a MANDATORY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (HOA) and what that means is that every month the Homeowner pays into the Association dues the amount of $110.72 for the year of 2019.

There is a 10 day grace period, after which a late fee of $10.00. If no payments are received for 90 days, your account will be turned over to our attorney (no exceptions) for collection - this could lead to a foreclosure of your home. Once the account is in the attorney's hands, the HOA has no further involvement. It's the responsibility of the homeowner to make the payment on time.