Central Florida has an abundance of great places to live, so if you are new to the area or thinking about moving to a different one, you’ll want to make sure you choose the area that is the best for you!
Here are our 5 best places to live in Orlando, Florida!
Rose Isle is located in Orange County and has plenty of single-family homes. There are a wide variety of bars, coffee shops, restaurants, and parks in the area, and it’s served by some of the best schools in the area.
It’s mostly home to families and retirees. The median home value is about $546K. See the latest listings here.
Located next to Lake Rowena, Rowena Gardens is a highly-desirable residential neighborhood in Orlando. Attractions include the Leu House Museum and Harry P.
Leu Gardens, lake views, and bars like The Brass Tap. Plenty of single-family homes are available. The median home value is about $452k. See the latest listings here.
Located around Lake Highland, Park Lake/Highland is a very popular place to live in Central Florida and Orlando due to its unique blend of an urban and suburban atmosphere.
It’s home to the prestigious Lake Highland Preparatory School, and plenty of unique bars, breweries, wineries and restaurants, as well as boutique shops. The median home value is $228K. See the latest listings here.
Audubon Park is built around three lakes and has a unique, sparse urban feel. Local attractions include East End Market and Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream.
Nearby Baldwin Park Elementary School is one of the best schools in all of Central Florida, and there are a wide variety of single-family homes available. The median home value is $283K. See the latest listings here.
Located around Lake Baldwin and Lake Susannah, Baldwin Park is home to Baldwin Park Elementary School, one of the best schools in the area.
It’s also home to the Orlando VA Medical Center, Blue Jacket Park, and Glenridge Middle School, as well as numerous shops, cafes, restaurants, and other amenities. The median home value is $319K. See the latest listings here.