Built in 1912, the old courthouse conjures up images of dime stores, ice cream parlors and grand architecture, some of which has been restored and preserved for future residents and visitors alike.
Recently returned to its former glory, the courthouse now serves as a museum and the centerpiece of a rejuvenated downtown square. Surrounded by fairs, parades, festivals, concerts, arts and craft shows, the old courthouse has seen it all over the nearly 100 years it has stood watch.
So too is the newer Cooter Pond Park with its ever growing boardwalk and fishing pier. Cooter Pond is also the inspiration for the famous annual Cooter Festival both named for the local Cooter turtles which inhabit the pond.
The city of Inverness is made up of many diverse neighborhoods ranging from ancient oak tree lined streets where children still ride bicycles to exclusive waterfront properties and lake front homes on Pritchard Island and Gospel Island.
Surrounded by the Tsala Apopka Lake chain these waterfront homes are highly desirable. With easy access to fishing, boating, swimming, canoing, kayaking, and all the joy that comes with waterfront living, Inverness offers it all.