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Looking to make the City Beautiful your home? We get it! With fun and entertainment everywhere you turn, you’ll never be bored in Orlando, and there’s something for everyone in the family.
If you’re looking for luxury in the heart of Orlando, Winter Park is the place for you. Park Avenue has numerous shops and restaurants, a bustling farmer’s market, and the surrounding neighborhoods feature stunning homes, walkable school routes, and more.
Sitting northeast of Orlando, Winter Springs is a beautiful place to call home. Get an “old town” feel among the many upscale neighborhoods while still being close enough to access everything Orlando has to offer.
In Lake Mary, you can live, work, and play all in one place! Just north of Orlando, with easy access to the city and the Atlantic coast beaches, you’ll be surrounded by beautiful architecture, scenic lakes, and more.
Settle down in Longwood with one of the country’s oldest trees, Lady Liberty. If you and your family enjoy spending time outdoors, Longwood has plenty of nearby parks and lakes with walking trails and water activities.
Maitland is more than a small suburb of Orlando. It’s home to numerous examples of Mayan Revival architecture and local Florida history, as it’s one of the oldest incorporated suburban cities in the state. If you’re a movie lover, you’ll love calling Maitland home, thanks to the annual Florida Film Festival.
If you’re looking for a luxurious lakefront home, look no further than Windermere. Windermere is synonymous with glamor and exclusivity. You’ll be almost equidistant from downtown Orlando and Walt Disney World, and can call some of the world’s most prominent athletes your neighbors.
Ocoee offers its residents an open, suburban feel with classic home styles and ample space. Enjoy plenty of local Orlando eateries, breweries, and more, along with easy access to Orlando’s biggest attractions.
Lake Nona is home to some of the country’s leading medical and technological innovators. It’s also home to the US Tennis Association’s National Campus, where many of America’s top tennis stars come to train.
Central Florida’s most famous theme parks are actually located just south in Kissimmee. That means you get to enjoy great food and shopping, tons of entertainment, and fireworks.
Located west of Orlando, Clermont is the “gem” nestled in between the few hills the state of Florida has to offer. You’ll live among many citrus groves and get to know one of the state’s first constructed landmarks, the Citrus Tower.
If outdoor sports are your thing, Apopka is the Central Florida neighborhood for you. From Lake Apopka to Wekiwa Springs State Park, there are ample reasons to head outside. Apopka is filled with local businesses and gorgeous greenery.
Enjoy the classic old Florida style in Winter Garden. The historic downtown is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and is a haven for live performances, music, and art galleries.
Located just north of downtown Orlando, Altamonte Springs blends big city amenities with small town comfort. With easy access to Central Florida’s theme parks and natural parks and frequent local events, you’ll always have something to look forward to.
Conveniently nestled halfway between the theme parks and the beach, Sanford is a historic and easily accessible town in Central Florida. Home to its own international airport makes travel easier, and the historic downtown features local shops, restaurants, and live entertainment.