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407.622.1111 439 Lake Howell Road, Maitland FL 32751 20 S. Main Street, Winter Garden FL 34787

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Winter Garden

  • Avg home value: $380,208
  • Avg list price: $423,154
  • Home value 2021:  Winter Garden home values have gone up 7.6% over the past year.
  • Avg price per sqft: $183
  • Avg Mortgage Rate: 2.73%
  • Area’s population: 43,648

Located just a few miles west of Downtown Orlando, the city of Winter Garden offers a peaceful, yet vibrant suburban setting in west Orange County for families looking to lay roots in the Central Florida area. Once home to the area’s thriving citrus and celery farms back in the 1800s, Winter Garden is now a flourishing place to live, offering the perfect blend of historic charm and all the essentials of modern living.

Here you’ll find a collection of gated and master-planned communities designed and constructed by some of the nation’s best home builders, offering a range of new and custom-built options for families of all sizes. Each neighborhood is thoughtfully positioned near the city’s above-average school districts and excellent shopping, dining, and family-friendly amenities, including Winter Garden Village at Fowlers Grove: an extensive collection of brand-name stores, restaurants, and other conveniences. Not to mention, the community is just a 20-minute drive from the world-famous attractions of Walt Disney World® Resort and an easy commute along the I-4 to the business hub of Downtown Orlando.

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, Winter Garden will become a quick favorite for its position near the West Orange Trail, part of the 250-mile Coast-to-Coast Connector Trail beloved by cyclists and runners. The city limits also encompass the shores of beautiful Lake Apopka, an expansive lake fed by Florida’s natural springs and once frequented for championship bass fishing. Today, it boasts a popular wildlife drive where you can catch a glimpse of more than 360 species of birds and seemingly more alligators.

Winter Garden’s old-Florida appeal remains well intact, especially along the beautifully preserved Historic Downtown Winter Garden. The former main street is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and is still abuzz with quaint shops and locally-owned restaurants housed within the city’s original brick-built storefronts. In fact, it continues to be the central gathering place for all who live there, complete with the Garden Theater, Heritage Museum, Railroad Museum (with a bright yellow caboose out front), children’s splash pad, and weekly farmers’ market, plus the Historic Edgewater Hotel, which has been open for business for nearly 100 years.

Most recently, the city has also welcomed the addition of the Plant Street Market, a trendy indoor food hall with local purveyors, eateries and a brewery at the helm. A walk down here is a trip down memory lane, and a great way to start your chapter in Winter Garden’s story.


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