College Park is a thriving neighborhood that includes several different subdivisions. The houses, mostly built in the early 1900's, are all very different ranging from Colonial Revival to Mid-Century modern to Craftsman-style bungalows. There are specific designs that will fit your lifestyle and needs. This quaint community is very close-knit and all the street signs are named after famous Ivy League colleges. You can hop on over to vibrant Edgewater Drive and find unique cafes and eclectic shops to browse in. Many of the area homes have been superbly renovated, drawing in a very trendy crowd of residents, merchants and local visitors. This neighborhood is the perfect location for those who enjoy culture. In addition, Dubsdread Golf Course, which was originally designed in 1923 and renovated in 2008, is nearby. This classic course has plenty of history attached to it as the former site of the Orlando Open, when it hosted such golf legends as Sam Snead, Ben Hogan and Claude Harmon. Lake Silver, Lake Fairview, Lake Sarah, and Lake Daniel are just a nice stroll away where you can enjoy fishing and water-skiing.
The schools zoned for College Park are Princeton Elementary School, Lee Middle School, and Edgewater High School. Access to all major roads is extremely convenient.
College Park is located off Interstate I-4 and W Princeton Street, 1 minute to the West Par Street intersection, 2 minutes to Interstate 4, and a mere 8 minutes to downtown Orlando.
COLLEGE PARK ORLANDO, FL HOME MLS LISTINGS
COLLEGE PARK , FL MLS LISTINGS
- Location: Off Interstate I-4 and W Princeton Street in Orlando, Florida
- Property Type: Single Family Homes
- Amenities: Golf Course, Recreational Parks, Lake Access
- Density: 1,010 Home Sites
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