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Orlando, the county seat of Orange County, is recognized for its tourism, but is simultaneously a great place to live for families. There are many wonderful, desirable neighborhoods within the city, some of which being Downtown Orlando, Baldwin Park, College Park, and Lake Nona. The population of Orlando, as of 2021, was just over 309,000, making it the fourth most-populous city in the state.
While Orlando offers everything you could ever need, there are also some gorgeous cities surrounding Orlando that are easy to visit. Winter Garden is located on Lake Apopka, and is a 25-minute drive west from the city. Alternatively, the city of Kissimmee is a 35-minute drive south.
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Orlando real estate encompasses a wide range of property types and budgets. For potential homebuyers, that means there’s a home for every taste. From vacant land and lots to contemporary condos in the downtown, there’s a reason Orlando is nicknamed “The City Beautiful.”
Home prices are largely dependent on area. There are neighborhoods in Orlando that are incredibly desirable and exclusive. Most of the area’s older bungalows are priced lower, and these are located all around the city. There is even the chance to own a historic property, with some Orlando homes and condos dated 1940 and earlier, however these are typically very centrally-located and have been well-maintained. This means that these properties typically sell for higher prices.
Downtown Orlando—or the Central Business District—is where you’ll find exclusive, modern condos and townhomes, as well as historic properties. Single-family homes are usually priced over a million dollars, whilst condos are priced over the $600,000 mark. Of course, this sometimes varies.
For those searching for lakefront homes, there are a few neighborhoods that offer this feature. But, these homes for sale are generally luxury homes, of which the city has many. College Park and Baldwin Park are just two of Orlando’s highly sought-after neighborhoods, made up of almost entirely luxury properties.
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Orlando Highlights & Amenities
Of course, when you think of Orlando, you think of the amusement parks—it’s most famous being Walt Disney World. This park is found about 20 minutes southwest of downtown, and is known for its exciting rides, as well as its shopping and dining opportunities. The resort includes Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, and EPCOT.
Universal Orlando Resort is located within the city. Highlights of this resort include The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and Universal’s Volcano Bay, the latter of which is a waterpark. SeaWorld Orlando is located just south of Universal Studios Orlando.
There is, however, so much more to Orlando than just its theme parks, but most of these are located around the downtown area. Explore the Orlando Museum of Art and the Orlando Science Center, or take a stroll through the Harry P Leu Gardens at the Leu House Museum or down by Lake Eola Park.
Other attractions include the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the Amway Center, Camping World Stadium and the Exploria Stadium, Church Street Station, and the Orange County Regional History Center. You’ll also find three golf clubs in Orlando: The Country Club of Orlando, MetroWest Golf Club, and Dubsdread Golf Course.
Orlando balances nightlife and quiet residential areas. The city offers plenty of opportunities for shopping and dining, plus a multitude of schools. But those of all ages can enjoy Orlando’s many parks and green spaces, several are located on one of the area’s lakes. Barnett Park, Blue Jacket Park, and Bill Frederick Park are just some of the larger ones.
Orlando, FL FAQs
Which beach is closest to Orlando, FL?
The closest beach by distance is Cocoa Beach, which is located 60 miles east of Orlando. However, Clearwater is a Florida favorite, and is found about 3 hours east of Orlando.
How many theme parks are there in Orlando?
There are 12 theme parks in total in Orlando, with Disney being one of the biggest attractions.
Is Orlando, FL haunted?
Maybe! The city of Orlando has a number of ghost walking tours and (allegedly) haunted buildings. We’ll leave it up to you to determine whether or not this is true!
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