Winter Park was the first centrally planned community in Florida; since its early beginnings as a 19th century resort destination, the city has always been a perfect place for both relaxation and recreation. With a number of wealthy and notable families residing in areas of Winter Park, this lovely city is generally considered to be one of the richest in Florida.
We have a good interactive MLS Property Search providing a detailed overview of Winter Park real estate and other Central Florida homes for sale.
Located just northeast of Orlando, Winter Park is a place of parks, trails and lakes, of brick avenues, historic architecture and tree canopied streets. Nestled among the beautiful Winter Park Chain of Lakes (popular destinations for boating, fishing, and water-skiing enthusiasts), Winter Park is also known for its quaint shopping areas, its museums, and its popular festivals.
Winter Park's 30,000 residents are proud of their town's history, with several buildings over a century old. Few Central Florida communities can claim such a heritage. Community spirit is also evident in the variety of wonderful annual festivals, including the Bach Festival and the acclaimed Sidewalk Art Festival. Winter Park neighborhoods reflect this sense of community and history. The average price for a home here is $456,656 - this includes everything from sun-bleached haciendas in the $250K range, to exquisite Tudor style homes just under $1 million.
If this market, there is an ever-increasing supply of foreclosure properties available. To get a look at some of the recent foreclosure homes to go on the market, please visit our foreclosure properties page. For a more complete list or more information, please feel free to contact us directly.
Winter Park Parks & Attractions
Parks, museums, bike trails, shopping - Winter Park has everything you could ever need, just minutes from home. Here we have just a small sampling of the attractions you'll find in the Winter Park area.
Winter Park Parks: Kraft Azalea Garden, Dinky Dock, Phelps Park, Howell Branch Preserve, Shady Park, Lake Island Park, Azalea Lane,Fleet Peeples Park, Cady Way
Winter Park Other Attractions: Park Avenue and many great restaurants