A family-friendly neighborhood located just minutes from downtown Orlando, College Park has all the ingredients to make it one of the most charming communities in the vicinity.
This former citrus grove has long brick streets that wind through quiet stretches shaded by a tranquil canopy of oak trees.
College Park has a charm and ease all on its own—even as it’s undergone subtle changes in the stream of popular restaurants, quaint boutiques, and trendy stores lining Edgewater Drive.
Living in College Park
The abundance of parks and the quality of schools are two examples of why College Park is one of Orlando’s best neighborhoods to live in.
With its close proximity to Downtown Orlando, College Park combines the charm and beauty of a small-town neighborhood with big-city quick escapes for dinner and broader leisure options, including nearby theme parks like Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and SeaWorld.
College Park got its name from the district’s street names, which are called Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, Smith, and so on. Renowned poster boy for the Beat Generation, writer Jack Kerouac lived in a cottage within the vicinity of the neighborhood at the time his masterpiece On the Road was published. The Kerouac House, as it’s now called, has become a writer’s retreat.
Homes in College Park
Homes in College Park are diverse and include:
- Classic mid-20th century bungalows
- Majestic lakefront homes and estates
- Roomy condos with park views
They’re within reach of family-friendly attractions like the Orlando Science Center, Orlando Museum of Art, and Loch Haven Park.
Experience for yourself how College Park’s celebrated culture, great location, and neighborhood charm all come together to create an unequaled destination for work and play.
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