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Florida's many children, its cities, have always managed to find themselves in the center of the spotlight. Weather its Disney opening a new attraction, or Miami seducing a Michelin Star chef to its shores, or that crazy debacle that takes place in Pensacola during Spring Break, Florida as a whole suffers from a diva complex. All but the most important of its cities, and quite possibly the most breathtaking, ardently seek the center of attention; its Capital, Tallahassee.
Bull Run, is one of Tallahassee's many satellite communities just a step or two up north. Stuck in the a quaint, rural and overly “white picket fence” persona, yet still managing to get its pulse up whenever the city calls. It is rich with all sorts of opportunities and possibilities. A spicy concoction of natural living, with the added benefit of elegance, amenities and luxury.
Tallahassee's bright future as Florida's most successful star and prime seat of power truly began under the prosperous shine of kismet. The region's first strike, in the annals of time, was an anecdotal story that foretold of the area's lucky days to come.
In 1538 under the expedition of Hernando de Soto the region serendipitously became the first encampment/town in the continental United States to celebrate Christmas.
Since that period, Tallahassee has been passed over from hand to hand. First, the Native America's transferring over a peace pipe to Conquistador in exchange for dubious blankets. Then the Spaniards sold off the region to the United States, in the first quarter of the 19th century. A move that would devolve into the first of many Seminole Wars. Finally, the garrison of General Andrew Jackson's men handed over the torch when Tallahassee was chosen to become the state’s Capital. A political move primarily due to its location. The second legislative session up by Washington in search of a central point of governance that wasn't Saint Agustin.
Since that period, and up until the Civil War, Tallahassee, became the State's most powerful city, both politically as well as financially. It wielded the gubernatorial gabel while at the same time being the region's main epicenter for cotton production and the slave trade.
Bull Run is located just outside of Tallahassee proper. A collection of houses, maintained lawns, groves, parks and expertly upheld edifices. Bull Run’s motto is “Spend less time on the road and more time in the back yard with family and friends.”
This is an expertly planned and built neighborhood. homes and condos settled on rolling hills and pastoral ex-plantations.
It is located on a Google satellite triangle that is the envy of many suburbs in Tallahassee. At the center of a pointed steeple, the intersection of Thomasville Road and Kerry Forest Parkway, just 7 miles north of downtown Tallahassee.
Outdoor activities and Tallahassee’s many facets of entertainment are a mere fingers’ glance away. Biking, jogging, trekking, tennis, horse back riding, Gulf Clubs, baseball matches, soccer tournaments… And, after all that sweating, due to its location the obligatory after hours beer is happily cooled by a platoon of professional barkeeps just outside the gate at Downtown Tallahassee.
Bull Run, and to the that extend most of Tallahassee, plays around with all four seasons. Hot humid, storm filled summers, with highs that reach the 100ºF and bipolar displays (one minute it will be pouring the next the sun is inviting you for a tan); quick winters, with the occasional snowfall. Dry springs and autumns.
Tallahassee's many suburbs, in particularly Bull Run, have managed to assemble a series of big box stores, daycares, banking, shopping and just about everything your family might need in order to ride out a lavished and “need not” lifestyle. For all other whims and credit card hungry desires, Tallahassee’s many boutiques, shops and malls are there to comfort you and dress you up in your favorite brands; pavilions gushing with every label imaginable.
Target - 2120 Apalachee Pkwy - 850-894-3213.
Walmart Supercenter - 3221 N Monroe St.
Publix Super Market - 2111 Capital Cir NE.
The Home Depo t - 3200 Capital Cir NE.
Killearn Shopping Center - 3479 Thomasville Rd.
In Bull Run, you’re gifted with a buffet of exotic and downright homely stock. You’ll have no need to travel to the orient for the best sushi imaginable, nor will your tastebud forget the splendor of a well done rack of ribs. In this neighborhood just outside of the Capital, you’ll discover all your needs satisfied. Tacos and quesadillas, lobsters and stone crabs, General Kong Pow’s majestic Chicken, superb dumpling and gut busting paprika infused Indian delicacies.
Carrabba's Italian Grill - 2779 Capital Circle NE - 850-297-1100.
Osaka Japanese Steak House - 1690 Raymond Diehl Rd - 850-531-0222.
Reangthai Thai Restaurant - 2740 Capital Cir NE - 850-386-7898.
Ted's Montana Grill - 1954 Village Green Way - 850-561-8337.
Bull Run’s nightlife, compared to the rest of Tallahassee, is generally innocent and spotlessly clean. It is on purpose, mind you, a quiet suburb and residential neighborhood. The idea is to gift its neighbors a fortress to take refuge from the hoopla of Downtown. Sit back and relax, perhaps find a bar a stool and watch your favorite NFL players. For the rest, for that period where your restless nature is rattling the cage of your consciousness, or you simply want a shot of adrenaline, Tallahassee will be your local enabler.
The Nail Bar in Killearn - Bannerman Crossing Shopping Center,6668 Thomasville Rd.
Coliseum - Varsity Shopping Center,1833 W Tennessee St.
TABU - Westwood Shopping Center,2020 W Pensacola St - 850-556-0992.
Level 8 Lounge- 415 N Monroe St - 850-224-6000.
Bull Run’s school district has webbed out onto surrounding regions. It is a small community, its high schools and middle schools have found root just outside its gilded gates. Branches of the fine educational machine that is Tallahassee. Meanwhile, for all your higher learning needs, Florida State University has its main campus on the doorsteps of this community.
Gilchrist Elementary School - 1301 Timberlane Rd - 850-487-4310.
Keiser University - 11700 Halstead Boulevard - 850-906-9494.
Tallahassee is a smorgasbord of landmarks and iconic places. Rapidly becoming the region's go-to place for travelers in search of culture and eye-popping experiences. It skews away from the normal riff-raff and knick-knacks Florida is known for (theme parks and beaches) and it gifts it curious visitor’s neurons with stimulating catnip. Museums, reflecting pools, ponds, hiking trails, clubs and even the Batman's batmobile from the 90s Tim Burton flick, call the place their home.
Meanwhile, Bull Run is just a few blocks away from a series of parks.
Tallahassee Automobile Museum - 6800 Mahan Drive.
The Alfred B. Maclay Garden State Park - 3540 Thomasville Rd.
The Museum of Florida History - 500 S. Bronough - 850-245-6400.
Florida Supreme Court - 500 S Duval St- 850-488-0125.
Governor’s Mansion - 700 North Adams Street.
Museum Of Florida History - 500 S Bronough St - 850-245-6400.
Bull Run is the prefect community for that professional go getter who likes to unwind at the end of the day. Amazing facilities to bring up the kids, excellent housing plus the knowledge that in just 10 minutes you’ll be edging yourself back into the lion’s cave without having to deplete your car’s gas tank.
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