Called College Park for its beautiful residential streets that are named after American Universities such as Princeton, Harvard and Yale, this tranquil neighborhood offers a quality of life unparalleled by other area communities.
Its upscale blend of small-town, inner-city living has long been home to many of Orlando’s business and community leaders and young professionals. In fact, College Park’s charm is defined as much by the diverse mixture of residents as it is by its ancient oak trees, brick-paved streets and historic older homes. Most of the bungalow homes were built in the early 1900’s. Investors, as well as young professionals, have renovated many of the older homes in College Park, turning this area into a trendy, popular place to call home.
While in close proximity to Winter Park’s shopping district, College Park has a vibrant downtown area of its own along Edgewater Drive, where you will find shops, Publix, eateries, parks and businesses lining a delightful pedestrian oriented downtown area. Notable lakes include: Lake Adair, Lake Ivanhoe, Lake Concord, and Lake Silver.