Just like its neighboring communities, Audubon Park was originally home to Orlando Navy Training Center. Many service members began doing residency in Audubon Park Garden District, and it quickly became a vibrant community. Surrounding Audubon Park is Baldwin Park on the east, Winter Park on the north, and only 3 miles away is downtown Orlando.
While Audubon Park is a very modern and trendy community, it is also sustainably centered. Audubon Park is a designated National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat. Additionally, many residences grow their own food with the help of Fleet Farming, a nonprofit organization. They can keep the produce for themselves or sell it at the local community market. Audubon Park Community Market, held every Monday night, contains stands from local growers, fishermen, artists, and chefs.
Audubon Park is a beautiful walkable community with charming tree-lined streets, many named after birds. These community fruit trees are placed along businesses and residential neighborhoods, which all are welcome to pick from.
Enjoy all of the beauty Audubon Park has to offer, including its beautiful gardens. Harry P. Leu Gardens is a large botanical garden that contains exotic greenery and giant bamboo stalks. Spend the day enjoying the scenery on a self-guided tour using QR codes to learn about the plants all around you. Bring your kids along for a day of adventure and participate in the geocache treasure hunt. Before you leave, stop by one of the workshops where you can learn about landscaping or visit the Garden Gazebo for gardening inspiration.
The shopping and dining district isn’t like the typical strip malls, it contains a wide range of unique stores and restaurants. Audubon has a wide range of local restaurants and retail stores to discover, including The Owl’s Attic, a vintage clothes shop, The Lovely Boutique, and the Redlight Redlight Craft Beer Parlour which has dozens of craft beers to try. Get a taste of the small-town charm at the Stardust Video and Coffee where you can enjoy some warm coffee, drink some tasty alcoholic drinks, and rent movies. Last but not least is the indoor East End Market, which contains 11 local businesses. Enjoy a wide range of restaurants that serve sushi, Italian cuisine, artisan cheeses, and more.
In the beautiful town of Audubon Park, there are 4 highly-rated public schools: Towns County Elementary School, Cornerstone Academy Charter, Cornerstone Charter Academy High School, and Winter Park High School. Audubon Park is the perfect town to raise your children with community-centered values. The entire community comes together whether it is for cookouts or natural disaster relief programs.
Avg Home Value: $348K
Median Income: $94,773
Avg List Price: $460K
Average Price per sqft: $344
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Area’s Population: 4,174