Known as the "City on the Circle," Sebring is a smaller community on Florida's Gulf Coat. The city has been described as quaint, a nostalgic reminder of years gone by. It gets its nickname from the fact the city is essentially built on a circle, specifically around Circle Park, a designated 1920s Historic District. The city moves outward from the park, with a public beach along the shores of Lake Jackson. Sebring offers a number of activities, amusements, recreation, and there's even the popular Sebring International Raceway, a road course auto racing facility that hosts races all year long and draws both residents and visitors alike from all over Florida.
The downtown area provides shopping and dining option to residents, while neighborhoods make up the remainder of the city. Residents are treated to a low cost of living, sunny weather, good hospitals and public services, affordable real estate (lower than the Florida average), and the beauty of the natural lakes dotted throughout the community (but they're mostly for looking, as many are home to some of Florida's better known aquatic residents - alligators). With ease of access throughout the city, ample amenities, and affordable living, Sebring offers all that's needed for a comfortable life.