About Winter Park
Winter Park has a population of nearly 28,000 residents and was founded as a resort community in the early 20th century. Winter Park is known for the vibrant main street full of art galleries, museums, civic buildings, shopping & much more.
Homes in Winter Park
The properties found in Winter Park include some townhomes and condominiums. However, most are single-family homes and tend to be larger with four or more bedrooms. Many homes have been custom built with luxurious amenities. There are a number of large estates located on the water in Winter Park.
The average home hitting the market in Winter Park will be listed for about $866K. However, the price range can easily get up into the millions for some of the larger estates.
Attractions and Things to Do in Winter Park
With plenty of history surrounding the Langford Resort Hotel, Winter Park has been a popular destination for many years. While this specific hotel is no longer in existence, it once attracted guest, such as Ray Charles, John Denver, Dean Martin and even President Ronald Reagan. The Alfond Inn now occupies the space where the Langford used to sit.
Today, many are most attracted to the area for Park Avenue, which provides the majority of the amenities in Winter Park. Plenty of fine dining, boutique shopping and entertainment are found on Park Avenue. Some of the top spots include 310 Park South, Luma on Park and Prato.
Along with the dining and shopping on Park Avenue, the city is home to a country club, historic cemetery, train station, plenty of art galleries and a beach and boat launch. Some of the most popular sites of interest in the city include:
- Annie Russel Theatre
- Edward Hill Brewer House
- Cornell Fine Arts Museum
- Hannibal Square
- Mead Botanical Garden
- Kraft Azalea Park
- Winter Park Public Library
- Winter Park Historical Museum
- And More!
The scenic Winter Park boat tours provide a great way to see some of the beautiful homes found throughout the community. Along with the many sites of interest, Winter Park is home to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, which is the largest and the oldest of the art festivals found in the country.
Education and Schools in Winter Park
There are plenty of great schools found throughout Winter Park, Florida. From public elementary schools to well-known colleges, the area is well-known for the schools. Some of the top schools found in Winter Park include:
- Aloma Elementary School
- The Geneva School
- The Parke House Academy
- Lakemont Elementary School
- St. Margaret Mary Catholic School
- Trinity Preparatory School
- Winter Park High School
- Full Sail University
- Rollins College
- Valencia Community College
- Crealde School of Art
Living in Winter Park
Many move to Winter Park due to the bustling Park Avenue area and the beautiful homes. It's a desirable area, which started as a resort community. Of course, the close proximity to Orlando helps to attract new home buyers relocating to the area, as well.
Winter Park Homes for Sale
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Winter Park Homes for Sale
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Listing information last updated on March 23rd, 2019 at 8:00pm CDT.