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Situated between Lake Butler and Lake Down is the small, charming town of Windermere, Florida. This community is only a little about 1.5 square miles in size, but its peaceful atmosphere, great location, and gorgeous properties attract many homebuyers. As of 2021, Windermere, Florida has a population of just over 3,000.
Directly south of Windermere is the beautiful community of Isleworth. The census-designated place of Lake Butler (of which Isleworth is part of) completely surrounds the town of Windermere on all sides. Further south, you’ll find Bay Hill and Doctor Phillips, which are considered to be Orlando suburbs.
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Because of Windermere’s quaint size, real estate is rather exclusive—and the waterfront homes in particular are extremely sought-after! The market in Windermere consists entirely of gorgeous single-family homes—perfect for those who long for an Orlando lakefront escape.
While the price point for homes in Windermere tends to lean heavily into the luxury category, you can find older homes in the area for more affordable price points. Typically bungalows, these properties have a construction date anywhere from the 50s to the 80s, which could be the ideal choice for someone who isn’t always keen on the ultra-modern look of contemporary homes.
However, despite being older properties, Windermere homeowners tend to carry out extensive interior renovations. Generally, real estate in this area is very modern from the inside, with luxurious upgrades and open floor plans. You will rarely find homes for sale in Windermere that need a lot of TLC. There are also a select number of historic properties in this town, some over one hundred years old, and they too have been expertly maintained.
Windermere’s excellent location on several lakes means that there is ample opportunity to own a waterfront property. These lakefront estates aren’t constrained to one particular architectural style; you’ll find typical suburban designs, traditional styles, and even Mediterranean-inspired homes. Large lot sizes, incredible interior features, and private water access are all typical attributes of the luxury waterfront homes for sale in Windermere.
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Windermere Highlights & Amenities
Incorporated in 1925, Windermere has a lot to offer its residents and visitors.
Most of the town is residential, but Windermere’s historic downtown area is within walking distance from almost anywhere—thanks to its size! Centered on Main Street, the town has preserved the cobblestone roads and the historic look and feel. With small local shops and restaurants, this area is incredibly charming and beautiful to stroll around—with tall trees providing a lush canopy over the street.
The Windermere Town Square, also located on Main Street, is a point of interest as well. Here you’ll find a park, the Windermere Town Hall building, the Cal Palmer Memorial Building and 9/11 Memorial, and the Windermere Branch Library. A few blocks over is Central Park. Great for kids, a lot of this green space is made up of playgrounds and green grass to run around in. As an alternative, the Pines of Windermere is found in the north end of the town. This park offers a baseball, volleyball, and soccer field, event rooms, and more, but is available by reservation only.
A number of other parks are located around Windermere. Palmer Park is found near the waterfront, whilst Park Among The Lakes is where you’ll find the town’s tennis courts. There is also a boat launch at Fernwood Park, where you could sail to Bird Island or just take a trip out on Lake Butler.
Windermere, FL FAQs
Q. Is Isleworth considered part of Windermere?
A. Isleworth is not officially part of Windermere, although this has been a point of contention for many years. Butler Bay, however, was annexed in 2007.
Q. How big is Windermere, FL?
A. Windermere is a relatively small community at only about 2.7 square miles in size, with a population of just over 3,000.
Q. Do celebrities live in Windermere?
A. Windermere has been a popular destination (owning and renting) for numerous high-profile celebrities.
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