orlando's neighborhoods

Here are just a few of Orlando's

wonderful places to call home!

Lake Eola, Downtown Orlando

Lake Eola, Downtown Orlando

Downtown       Orlando

The heartbeat of Orlando includes the bungalow neighborhoods of Thornton Park, Delaney Park, Lake Cherokee, Lake Davis, Eola Heights, Park Lake Highland, Parramore, and Colonialtown. Urbanites love the energy of being right in the center of it all! Millenials and empty-nesters alike love it here.

Golf & Boating Epicenter

Golf & Boating Epicenter

dr. phillips / windermere

Southwest Orlando and the quaint town of Windermere are known for their excellent lakefront residences and famed Bay Hill golf community. "Restaurant Row" on Sand Lake Road is a major dining and shopping destination, making this area a very popular place to live.

Park Avenue, Winter Park

Park Avenue, Winter Park


Known for its quaint oak-draped brick streets and expensive home prices, Winter Park is one of Central Florida's most illustrious places to live. The famous Park Avenue is home to upscale boutiques and specialty shops with excellent dining options. A stop on the Amtrak and SunRail line makes this town a great entertainment destination.

Quieter Florida lifestyle

Quieter Florida lifestyle

longwood /            lake mary

Longwood & Lake Mary are popular suburban towns in Seminole County known for their more laid-back vibe and excellent schools. Neighborhoods such as the Springs, Alaqua, and Heathrow are very popular for their tight-knit communities and strong property values. 

Plant Street market

Plant Street market


Winter Garden is the new hot spot for Central Floridians requiring better home prices and more space, without sacrificing important lifestyle amenities like good food, shopping, entertainment, and activities for singles and families. Historic Plant Street is home to a large farmer's market on the weekends and an excellent brewery.

State of the art Lake Nona

State of the art Lake Nona


Near MCO, Orlando's International Airport, is a rapidly growing area known as Lake Nona. Featuring a 650-acre medical city, state of the art technology (as Florida's first gigabit community), and the United States Tennis Association’s National Campus, Lake Nona is also very convenient to major highways and to major employers in the city.

why do we love orlando?

just a few reasons why...

"How a Family Vacation Mecca Became One of the Most Imaginative Cities in America" By Matt Meltzer,

"...Once you’re out from under the mouse’s watch, the city feels more like a warmer version of the Pacific Northwest than it does sprawling modern Florida..."

"10 people who make Orlando a better place to live" By Scott Maxwell, Orlando Sentinel

"Today we take a break... to celebrate some of the unheralded people who improve the community we call home."

"Dream Weekend: A golf trip to Orlando" By Sean Steinemann,

"So you’ve got a weekend to spend in Orlando, huh? The first question you will need to answer is: How much of a golf nut are you?"

"Orlando's Great Outdoors: Bike, Paddle & Stroll (and more)" By A.D. Thompson, USA Today 10 Best

"Orlando residents enjoy outdoor activities year-round; it’s just one of the reasons so many northerners come here to escape the frigid grip of winter."

"101 Things to Love about Central Florida" By Scott Maxwell, Orlando Sentinel

"...what follows is just a sampling of the places, traditions, people and experiences... All make metro Orlando a unique place to live."

"Orlando among Best Places to Live in the U.S." By Susan Lundine, Orlando Business Journal

"Orlando ranked No. 44 among the top 100 Best Places to Live in the US in 2016... The new list ranks the country’s 100 largest metropolitan areas based on affordability, job prospects and quality of life."

"Assume There’s No Magic Kingdom for Five Minutes" By Kim O'Connell, AIA Architect

"Orlando has invested in a booming downtown and an increasingly urban sensibility that’s worth checking out."

"Five reasons to visit Orlando that have nothing to do with theme parks" By Jim Byers, Postmedia News

"Orlando may not be the first American city that pops to mind when visitors think of great food or hipster cocktail bars, but that’s changing fast."

"Ask a Local: An Insider's Guide to Orlando, Florida" By Elyssa Goldberg, Bon Appetit

"...the good stuff—pho, chorizo burritos, nearby natural springs, and the city's art scene—has nothing to do with the nearby themepark." 

"Orlando Ranked No. 1 Staycation City in the Nation" By Marc Sznapstajle, Central Florida Lifestyle

"Between Disney Springs and the International Drive area to great outdoor adventures combined with the best hotels, spas and golf courses money can buy, there is so much to see and do here at home."