The Central Florida area is brimming with great luxury neighborhoods! Here we will take a look at just a few that were highlighted by greatamericancountry.com.
Though Winter Park is its own city originally created for north eastern snow birds, many people think of it as a north Orlando community. Some even refer to Winter Park as Orlando’s “old money neighborhood.” Streets are paved in cobblestones here and lined with towering oak trees dripping with Spanish moss. It is like a page out of a southern story book.
Upscale boutiques, fine dining, and cultural experiences abound here. Residents of Winter Park, mainly well to do families, have more than just one or two cultural scenes to enjoy with Rollins College in their backyard full of shows and programs to enjoy and the Charles Hosmer Museum of American Art in the center of downtown. Park Avenue is a hub of fine dining and unique high-end shopping boutiques. Foodies can find their fill of ethnic faire at restaurants like Sazon 436 voted Orlando’s Best Puerto Rican Restaurant. The farmer’s market is very popular and draws a number of locals every Saturday to buy fresh local products and homemade goods.
Home prices range from just under $100,000 to nearly $7 million. Though Winter Park is a small city it offers a diverse range of luxury properties from condos you would expect to see in Upper Manhattan to large sprawling estate mansions.
College Park is a neighborhood within walking distance of Downtown Orlando. It got its name because of the neighborhood streets named for prestigious colleges such as Princeton, Yale and Harvard. Here you will find a number of long time elderly residents living in harmony with young families and young professionals alike. The homes here are charming, historical, and well kept with a price tag to reflect it.
College Park is a highly sought after place to live with its proximity to downtown, hip specialty stores, restaurants, and distance to Loch Haven Park which is known as Orlando’s cultural corridor. The walkability adds to this neighborhood’s appeal there is always something to do just steps from your front door. Including taking a stroll past Jack Kerouac’s old home, now a hub for aspiring writers.
Homes in College Park range from $85,000 to $2,895,000. Including many luxury condo communities full of amenities closer to businesses and large single family estate homes from traditional to Mediterranean to modern architectural styles.
Lake Nona is a newer area of Orlando known as Medical City. This area was built around a hub of medical facilities offering patients the best innovative health care. This is also the home of the famous Lake Nona golf and country club one of the most prestigious golf and country club housing communities in Orlando, home of the Tavistock Cup.
With a vet hospital near a children's hospital just down the street from a medical research facility and the medical campus of a Florida University, this neighborhood allows local schools to tap into an unparalleled modern learning experience. Classrooms are connected through cutting edge technology to be able to interact in real time with professionals in Medical City facilities.
Here you will find homes of all kinds from older sprawling golf estates to brand new state of the art technology and energy efficient homes. Prices range from $250,000 to $4,750,000.
Though Celebration is technically part of Kissimmee many residents will tell you it is its own city. Many homes sport a Celebration address. This town is famous for its original designers and planners, a crew of Walt Disney imagineers. It was modeled after your classic American 1900’s small town and looks like something straight out of a movie set or even an extended version of the Magic Kingdom’s Main Street.
Some may pass up the opportunity to buy a property in this area saying it is just too perfect or squeaky clean with its historic charms and upper middle class families. There are many perk’s to Celebrations design especially if you are among the millions of Disney fans in the world. The town is designed to be walkable and encourages residents to leave the car in the drive and take time to enjoy the surroundings. Residents can often be seen walking ,biking, or riding small electric vehicles around town. Town Center is just steps from nearly every front door and offers many restaurants and shops.
If you are looking for a place that has neighborhood pride where you can get to know people quickly this is it. Celebration hosts many great annual events like an exotic car show, Oktoberfest,holiday events, and the Great American Pie festival.
Homes in Celebration start at around $189,000 for a condo and top off around $2,950,000 for an stately single family home.
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