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Altamonte Springs

Altamonte Springs is a city born of innovation, fiscal responsibility and progressive ideas. As a suburb of Orlando with a population of 43,000, Altamonte Springs provides residents an urban suburban mix feel. Altamonte Springs offers so much to do for people of all ages, including the Altamonte Springs shopping mall, two movie theatres, mini golf, shops and restaurants galore! If you prefer to be in real Florida nature, head over to Lake Lotus Park where you can canoe, fish, paddleboard or just hike the trails near the beautiful water. Centrally located north of Orlando, many residents work in Downtown Orlando or commute to Lake Mary.
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Apopka is known as the “indoor foliage capital of the world” because of its multi-million dollar foliage industry.  The city is spread out over 24.9 square miles and much of the land outside of the commercial and residential area is still used for agriculture. Located in both Orange and Seminole counties and has an estimated population of 37,000.  Apopka offers residents - who are mostly families and young professionals a sparse suburban feel with larger lot homes and only a 30 minute drive to Downtown Orlando.

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Baldwin Park

Living in Baldwin Park offers residents an urban suburban mix feel with a wide variety of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. With a population of 6,200, many families and young professionals live in Baldwin Park due in part to the highly rated public schools. Before being developed in 2003 into a super trendy master planned community, the land of Baldwin Park served as an Army Air Corps and Air Force base from 1940 to 1968.  The Orlando Naval Training Center still resides on a smaller parcel of Baldwin Park.  Baldwin Park is a very walkable city, yet still close to Downtown Orlando and Winter Park.

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The inception of Celebration came about by way of the Walt Disney Company in the fall of 1996. This genius-designed community was modeled primarily after historical American small towns. It encapsulates a pre-1940s southern town, with a mixture of French, Mediterranean, Victorian, Craftsman, Classical and Coastal styles. Presently, the estimated population of Celebration is over 9,000 residents.

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Clermont is generally referred to as the “Gem of the Hills” mainly due to its magnificent, hilly landscape and is located 23 miles west of Orlando. The city was founded in 1884, has an estimated population of over 30,000 and is home to the Florida Citrus Tower, which is one of the first constructed landmarks of Florida. Clermont’s distinct rolling hills, lakes, climate, and sporting facilities have earned it an illustrious international reputation as the training ground for triathletes, runners, and cyclists alike.

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College Park

College Park is located within Orange County, Orlando, Florida and has an estimated population of over 18,000 residents. Originally established by settlers in the 1800s, this community has blossomed over the years into one of the most desirable places to live in Orlando. College Park has something for everyone, excellent schools, lovely parks, and a variety of entertainment. This community is perfect for families or professionals to call home.

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DeLand is called the “Athens of Florida” and was originally founded in 1876. Conveniently located in Central Florida between Orlando and Daytona Beach, it is the county seat of Volusia County. And you will also discover that DeLand is home to Florida’s oldest college, Stetson University. Stetson University, a hallmark prize of DeLand, brings with it annually, theater, musical events, year-round sports, internationally acclaimed discourses, and an air of vivacity that keeps DeLand spirited, dynamic and rich with opportunities. Currently, DeLand has an estimated population of over 30,000 residents.

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Downtown Orlando

Downtown Orlando is a vibrant and historic urban neighborhood in Orlando, with multiple property types including highrise condos, historic single family homes, or modern townhomes. The great thing about Downtown Orlando is the proximity to local history, cultural arts venues, shopping, entertainment and a thriving business district. You will find brick streets that wind through the area and offer beautiful sights everywhere. You have proximity to the highways that give you the chance to explore other areas of the very spread out Metro Orlando area.  Lake Eola serves as the centerpiece of Downtown since circling the Lake are neighborhoods with beautiful homes, outdoor restaurants, upscale bars, and nightclubs.

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Lake Mary

Lake Mary, known as the “City of Lakes,” is one of the beautiful suburbs of Orlando. The City of Lake Mary was incorporated on August 7th, 1973 and started off as a village with two (2) small settlements. In the late 80s and early 90s, the city went through a major growth in economical and residential development. It currently offers its residents a light suburban feel and most of its residents consists mainly of young professionals. Presently, the estimated population of Lake Mary is upward of 16,000 and promotes a strong sense of community, where people can live, work, and play in a secure and welcoming environment. These attributes are the main reason why Lake Mary continues to be one of the fastest-growing areas within Central Florida today.

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Longwood is located within Seminole County and is approximately 11 miles north of Orlando, Florida. The community was first developed by its settlers in 1873 and became officially incorporated into a city in 1923. Known more so for a gentler pace of life mixed with a bit of luxury, this smaller city offers one of the most popular suburbs of Orlando for its residents to call home.

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Maitland is within Orange County and 6 miles north of Orlando. It is one of the more established municipalities in Central Florida. The town was named after Fort Maitland, which was built in 1838 on the western shore of Lake Fumecheliga/Maitland. Subsequently, the area was put into massive citrus production after the Civil War and is now known as a suburb of Orlando.

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Ocoee is located 10 miles west of Orlando, Florida and is within Orange County. It has a current population of over 40,000 residents and is a part of the Orlando metro area. Residents in Ocoee are just 15 miles away from Downtown Orlando. Residents of Ocoee tend to enjoy a “small town” style of living, with the bigger city not too far away.

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Oviedo is approximately 20 miles northeast of the city of Orlando and possesses a more rural presence. The city was officially incorporated in 1925 and although growing rapidly, still maintains its small-town vibe and is currently estimated to have a population of over 30,000.

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Sanford is in Seminole County and is 10 miles south of Deltona, Florida and approximately 20 miles northeast of Orlando. The city, incorporated in 1877, features many marinas and affords boats and commercial vessels access to the Atlantic Ocean. The city is located on the shores of Lake Monroe and on the St. John’s River. Sanford also includes many aged commercial buildings, residential homes and has a small-town rural atmosphere with an estimated population of over 50,000.

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Windermere belongs to the southwest region of Orlando. It is 14 miles southwest of downtown and is a very popular community for those who desire small town living with ease of access to big city living. Windermere was established in 1889 and officially chartered in 1925. Currently, it has an estimated population of over 3,000 residents.

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Winter Garden

Winter Garden truly is a charming little city with a juicy past - citrus juice that is!  The city’s history dates back to the 1850’s when the settlers arrived engaged in citrus farming.  Nowadays, you can experience the city’s charms as you stroll down Plant Street in the Historic District.  You will be transported back in time by the old fashioned architecture with modern-day updates.  Witness a certain renaissance of a vibrant community including a wide range of shops and restaurants that flank the West Orange Trail - the city’s iconic bike trail.

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Winter Park

There is nowhere quite like Winter Park - a district located in the heart of Orlando, it is truly a one of a kind neighborhood. Full of character and rich with history, Winter Park was established in 1882 and incorporated in 1925, Winter Park has become the premiere neighborhood of Orlando. Those looking to move to Winter Park will be neighbors with many residents such as Doctors, Lawyers and Executives. There is one main distinction to be made about Winter Park - the Historic Winter Park and the East Aloma area. Most Orlando residents when referring to “Winter Park” are referring to the Historic Winter Park.
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Winter Springs

Winter Springs is 11 miles north of Orlando and is in Seminole County. The city was incorporated in 1959 as North Orlando but changed its name in 1972 to Winter Springs. As it relates to the basis of land area, it is the largest city in Seminole County at present and has an estimated population of over 35,000.

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