College Park Single-Family Homes

The perfect family neighborhood. The desirable, established single-family homes in College Park offer unique charm and excellent community amenities: large lake, beautiful green spaces, and a number of schools. At just a 10-15 minute drive north of Downtown Orlando, College Park offers a serene atmosphere and safe streets, while still only being a short distance away from the heart of the city.

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Contemporary bungalow typical of renovated properties in College Park, FL

College Park Single-Family Home Statistics

Average Price $560K
Lowest Price $130K
Highest Price $1.8M
Total Listings 22
Avg. Days On Market 46
Avg. Price/SQFT $314

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One of the more affluent neighborhoods in Orlando, the College Park real estate market comprises single-family homes, condos, and townhomes, with detached properties being the most prevalent home type. As this is quite a desirable neighborhood, for its excellent location and amenities, as well as its luxurious feel, home prices typically begin at higher points. 

When it comes to architecture within the neighborhood of College Park, there’s a wide selection on the real estate market, which appeals to a range of homebuyers and lifestyles. The area itself is perhaps most well-known for its historic cottages—one of them being the Jack Kerouac house, a residence for aspiring writers—a good portion of which have been built before the 1940s. These properties are, as was typical of the era, smaller than newer homes, but are still substantial enough in size to have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Generally priced a little bit lower than some of the new construction properties, College Park historic homes are very desirable, and are considered a good investment by many. Many who purchase historic homes in this area prefer to preserve their unique, rustic characteristics (as opposed to completely renovating them), as this is refreshing in comparison to some of the modern builds in the area. 

As mentioned, College Park also features newer properties, giving the neighborhood an interesting mix of the modern and the traditional. New construction homes in College Park are custom builds, and push the envelope in regards to design. There are a number of very unique properties in this area, and typically mix a few styles together—such as modern and Mediterranean, or modern and farmhouse. 

New construction homes for sale in College Park do also come with a luxury price point, especially if located in desirable areas, such as on one of the lakes or in and around the golf course. Waterfront homes and golf homes, however, aren’t often found on the market. In some cases, older properties in these locations are torn down to make way for a larger, luxury home, and again—many do like the charming cottages and bungalows for their history. 

College Park Highlights & Amenities

The neighborhood of College Park is located minutes from Downtown Orlando. However, because it is mainly residential, this neighborhood is pretty quiet. This is just one of the many reasons why a home in College Park is so desirable.

The center of College Park, around the intersection of Princeton Street and Freshwater Drive, is where much of the commercial and retail buildings are found. These small, usually single-story buildings, include family-owned restaurants interspersed with chain stores and boutiques. Albert Park, with its recognizable gazebo, is a small, urban escape. 

College Park is a family-oriented neighborhood, with parks, playgrounds, and schools. The College Park Neighborhood Center has an outdoor pool and sports fields, and hosts camps and programs for kids year-round. For the adults, the Dubsdread Golf Course is located in the north end, and is considered to be one of the premier courses in the area. 

The following schools are located in the College Park neighborhood: Princeton Elementary School, Lake Silver Elementary School, Edgewater High School, and Bishop Moore Catholic High School.

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