Thornton Park & Delaney Park Single-Family Homes

Walkability and convenience in established neighborhoods. Delaney Park and Thornton Park are two Orlando neighborhoods just minutes from the downtown. With an exciting mixture of historic properties and tear-down estates, these communities off exceptional value and investment opportunities, while also being a favorite of families. Single-family homes in Thornton Park and Delaney Park are situated on quiet residential streets, while also being close to exciting amenities—it's the best of both worlds!

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Thornton Park & Delaney Park Home Statistics

Average Price $770K
Lowest Price $770K
Highest Price $770K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Days On Market 60
Avg. Price/SQFT $402

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Two desirable neighborhoods just outside of Downtown Orlando, Thornton Park and Delaney Park have a distinctly charming atmosphere. Thornton Park, located just east of the Central Business District, is recognized for its brick streets and unique, walkable commercial area, a few blocks away from Lake Eola Park. Delaney Park, in contrast, feels more suburban, and is almost entirely residential.

Real estate in both of these sought-after neighborhoods is primarily single-family homes, although there are on occasion some townhomes and condos available on the market—although these typically sell quite quickly. Regardless, for buyers searching for their dream detached property, there is a lot of competition, despite there being a significant number of homes in these neighborhoods. 

Thornton Park is an eccentric mix of old and new properties. From older, ranch-style bungalows to modern, multi-story properties, there are many architecturally-distinct homes for sale in this neighborhood. As a result of this, price ranges significantly from property to property, with older homes being typically on the more affordable end, and the new, custom homes generally falling close to or in the luxury price bracket. 

The south end of Thornton Park, which has homes dating back to the 40s and 50s, can be more affordable in general. Many homebuyers have seen the investment potential of these homes, and have either updated or renovated recently. New builds are found throughout the neighborhood, although are primarily located north of East Central Boulevard. Again, architecturally, homes for sale in Thornton Park include Craftsman, Florida Ranch, Arts and Crafts, Mediterranean, and Modern. 

Delaney Park is also a sought-after neighborhood, but single-family home prices tend to be higher in this neighborhood than in Thornton Park. One of the reasons for this is likely because property sizes are larger comparatively. Much like the other neighborhood, Delaney Park is a mixture of older and newer properties, with architecture that ranges widely. This area is also a popular choice for homebuyers who wish to build their own custom home, which is why styles include everything from Craftsman to Mediterranean. 

Both neighborhoods are popular with families, for single-family homes offer multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as convenient locations close to the downtown and/or to work.

Thornton Park & Delaney Park Highlights & Amenities

Thornton Park and Delaney Park each have excellent amenities—part of why these neighborhoods are as desirable as they are. And although mostly residential, those who live in these neighborhoods are only a short drive (sometimes only a walk!) away from even more exciting amenities. 

Thornton Park’s businesses on East Washington Street offer both convenience and unique charm. Mostly small restaurants and boutique stores, this area draws in many for its walkability and lively atmosphere. Residents enjoy having amenities just outside their doorstep. Thornton Park is also located near Lake Eola, which features park and walking paths that are great for taking a jog or walking the dog. 

Delaney Park’s large lake, Lake Lancaster, features a small park, but one of the biggest highlights is the actual Delaney Park. Found in the north end of the neighborhood, this green space has a playground for the kids, sports fields and baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. 

The following schools are located in and around the Thornton Park and Delaney Park neighborhoods: Blankner Elementary School, Hillcrest Elementary School, St. James Cathedral School, Howard Middle School Academy of Arts, and Boone High School.

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