Windermere, Florida

The town of Windermere is approximately 1.57 square miles and is among the top 15% wealthiest communities in America. Windermere is surrounded by lakes, mansions, golf courses, and exclusive neighborhoods flanked by over 100 restaurants and close to Universal Studios and Disney World. The Windermere downtown district hosts several special events throughout the year including: Annual Car Show, Fall Festival, Friday’s Farmer’s Market, & Monthly Food Truck event.

Winter Park, Florida

The arts and culture-filled city of Winter Park includes Rollins College and the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of Natural Art. Winter Park is a nature lover’s destination. In Winter Park you will find more than 70 parks, all home to various events, festivals and celebrations throughout the year. Not only are there enough activities to keep you and your family content within the Winter Park city limits, but all the Orlando attractions are just minutes away.

Winter Garden, Florida

Located just 14 miles from downtown Orlando, Winter Garden is a small city with a thriving economy and a variety of amenities. Winter Garden FL homes for sale are in close proximity to plenty to see and do and are available in a multitude of styles to suit many different tastes. As one of the most sought-after communities in the area, these homes don’t stay on the market long. There is so much to love about living in Winter Garden real estate!

Baldwin Park, Florida


From World War II until the 1990s, the area now known as Baldwin Park was used for military purposes. When the Orlando Army Air Station was established in 1942, it actually included an area much larger than what we now know as the Naval Training Center (NTC) Main Base. Today, it has been completely renovated and is home to thousand of residents, fifty miles of paths and trails and 200 acres of parks.

College Park, Florida


College Park is a distinct neighborhood within the city of Orlando, Florida, deriving its name from the many streets within its bounds that were named for institutions of higher learning such as Princeton, Harvard, and Yale. Its close proximity to downtown has made it a popular residential area. College Park is a local favorite because of its charming shops along Edgewater Drive, brick streets lined with large oak trees, and the Dubsdread Golf Course.

Apopka, Florida

The second largest City in Orange County, and named by Forbes Magazine as the “14th Friendliest towns in America” in December 2012, Apopka is conveniently located just 20 minutes (Northwest) from downtown Florida. It’s close to Orlando’s cultural attractions while still keeping that quiet small town atmosphere we all enjoy. Referred to as the ”Indoor Foliage Capital of the World” because of its multi-million dollar foliage industry, Apopka is truly a great place to work, live and raise a family.

Altamonte Springs, Florida

Altamonte Springs is an Orlando suburb in Seminole County. With its year-round activities and recreation, Altamonte Springs is a true community. An outdoor town center was recently opened named ‘Uptown Altamonte’ which marks the central business district of the city. Cranes Roost at Uptown Altamonte features a water fountain choreographed to classical, swing and contemporary music.

Lake Nona, Florida

Lake Nona known as “Medical City,” was started by the Tavistock Development Company. Tavistock developed the community in 1996 with the purchase of 600 acres which are private residential lots as well as home to the Lake Nona Golf and Country Club. It has continued to progress with over 1000 homes sold in 2016. Now it has a 7,000-acre master-planned community. The lifestyle focuses on technology, sustainable design, and healthy living. Whether you prefer urban living or a more suburban lifestyle Lake Nona has you covered.

Clermont, Florida

Clermont, which is known as the “gem of the hills,” is surrounded by gently sloping hills in an otherwise flat state. Located about 22 miles west of Orlando, Clermont was named one of the Top 20 Cities in America “Leading the Way” in economic development and quality of life. In Clermont, you can hike, bike, go boating, or drop your line in a lake and wait for the fish to bite. Play a round of golf on one of the many world-class golf courses in the area.