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Beautiful Oak Run in Ocala, Florida, is one of several award winning communities created by respected developer Kulbir Ghumman, owner and president of DECCA (Development and Construction Corporation of America). DECCA has been one of the most prominent and trusted names in Marion County development since 1983 and, as a closely held family owned company, believed in the possibility of a true and reliable expert in the burgeoning real estate market of the time. DECCA has always been active in the community at large and has a personal commitment to service unparalleled in the industry.
Oak Run Country Club was the 'diamond in the rough' of the developer's mind. Located on 1400 acres in the then sleepy town of Ocala, the rolling hills and abundant water stores drew the developer to the property as they reminded him of his childhood in the foothills of the Himalayas. Now, with over 7,000 residents, six amazing recreational facilities (including eleven indoor and outdoor pools and spas, two fitness centers, tournament tennis, shuffleboard and bocce amenities, billiards, pottery and more…) Oak Run has transformed into active adult living beyond your wildest dreams. Having been referred often as our resident's 'very own piece of heaven,' Oak Run continues to not only meet but exceed the expectations of those who call it home.
Listed as one of America's Best Residential & Recreational Communities for Vacation, Retirement & Investment Living by a Readers Digest guide, DECCA's Oak Run development has become a classic example of Florida's best in adult living communities. Florida Builder calls Oak Run the "Retirement Community of the Year".
The DECCA family tradition of excellence is built into every home at Oak Run with a personal touch that has earned DECCA the distinction of being Central Florida's premier developer of affordable, site-built homes for adults.
From award winning community development and quality home construction, to recreation and personal service, the name DECCA is most trusted.