Located 22 miles west of Orlando and 15 miles North of Walt Disney World, Clermont Florida is a great spot that keeps you close to everything you want from Orlando while giving a relaxing, slower paced, lifestyle. There are plenty of amenities and a beautiful historic downtown area full of local shops and restaurants. Located in Lake County, Clermont has a small town feel and is family oriented.

If you or your family are looking for a home that’s more affordable, away from the busyness of downtown, and is perfect for families, then Clermont is the place for you! Click to read more about Clermont real estate.

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Clermont, FL Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $603K
Lowest Price $100K
Highest Price $13.1M
Total Listings 861
Avg. Days On Market 98
Avg. Price/SQFT $246

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The small city of Clermont, Florida is located west of Orlando, centered on South Highway 27 and East Highway 50 (Florida 50). The downtown area of Clermont is found between Lake Minneola and Lake Minnehaha, although there are a large number of lakes in and around the city. As of 2021, the population of Clermont is roughly 44,500.

Directly north of Clermont is the city of Minneola. Oakland and Winter Garden are located to the east, while Horizon West and Groveland are located to the south and west respectively. For those longing for the Orlando area lifestyle with a more suburban atmosphere, Clermont might just be the perfect place to settle down! 

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Clermont real estate is a great alternative to the busyness of Downtown Orlando—especially for families! The Clermont market is composed of more affordable properties, and includes townhomes, condos, and single-family homes.

Because homes here are typically more affordable, Clermont as a city has seen a lot of growth in the last decade. Because of this rapid growth, there are many new construction homes on the real estate market. Recent construction properties are very modern, but are priced higher. 

Bungalows in this city come at lower price points, but are still just as desirable as multi-story single-family homes. Most notably, these properties can be both older and new construction, with some being built as early as the 1920s. Whether you’re interested in historic charm or modern design, there’s a Clermont bungalow for you!

Some of the most luxurious real estate (both stunning estates and vacant land) is located on the waterfront. As previously mentioned, the city of Clermont has a number of lakes, and the waterfront properties in this area offer large lot sizes and private docks. However, these homes are also highly-sought after. For those searching for something a little bit different, Clermont’s golf real estate offers privacy, security, and exclusive access to the golf course and its amenities.


Clermont Highlights & Amenities

From shopping at Clermont Landing to visiting the observation deck at the Florida Citrus Tower, residents of this beautiful Florida city are close to all of the amenities they need, and more.

The Historic Downtown district of Clermont is laid-back and peaceful, with cobblestone streets, historic lamp posts, and decorative signs telling you where to go. This is where you’ll find the City Hall building, as well as the area’s Farmer’s Market: open every Sunday from 9am–2pm, weather permitting. Residents also can browse the local shops and restaurants in this part of the city. 

Clermont has several points of interest for visitors, two of which being the Clermont Historic Village Museum and the Presidents Hall of Fame. The latter is where you’ll find a replica of The White House. 

There are a multitude of neighborhood parks for the kids to enjoy. One of the biggest attractions is Waterfront Park, which is located right on Lake Minneola. Here you’ll find a waterfront trail, a playground, a splash pad, sports fields, and, of course, parking. Other parks in the city include West Park and Palatlakaha Recreation Park, both of which feature baseball diamonds. 

With shopping, entertainment, and restaurants all close by, Clermont residents are always near the action. From seeing the latest film at the movie theater, to picking vegetables at Southern Hill Farms, or even taking the kids to SkyZone Clermont Trampoline Park, this city perfectly encompasses the Florida suburban lifestyle!

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Clermont, FL FAQs

How did Clermont get its name?

The city of Clermont was founded in 1884 by a number of individuals. It is named after Clermont-Ferrand, France, for this was where A.F. Wrotnoski (one of the city’s founders) was from.

Can I take the boat out on Lake Minneola and Lake Minnehaha?

Yes, both Lake Minneola and Lake Minnehaha allow boats, and boating in particular is a popular pastime for Clermont residents.

How tall is the Florida Citrus Tower in Clermont?

The Florida Citrus Tower is 226 feet tall. Visitors can visit the top for exceptional views of the city.

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