East to West, North to South, Anne Rogers Realty Group covers all of the most popular neighborhoods in Central Florida. Take a look at all the wonderful places you can call home in our neighborhood directory.
Located just minutes from downtown Orlando, College Park is a family-friendly neighborhood close to everything you need. This charming community is full of long brick streets and massive oak trees. The homes found in College Park can range from cozy bungalows to impressive estates on lakefront lots. College Park has recently undergone a renaissance, becoming more popular than ever, thanks to the great restaurants, quaint shops and trendy boutiques lining Edgewater Drive. With an abundance of parks and good schools, a sense of community and easy accessibility, College Park continues to be one of Orlando’s most popular neighborhoods
Often considered one of Orlando’s most exclusive neighborhoods, Winter Park residents have ranged from actors to professional sports stars throughout its storied history. Lush neighborhoods abound with carefully manicured lawns and impressive homes ranging from classic to modern style. With a downtown area that compares to some of Florida’s most exclusive shopping districts, Winter Park boasts luxury shopping sure to please the most discerning tastes. Winter Park is also home to Rollins College, one of the Southeast’s most prestigious private colleges. While Winter Park caters to an upscale homebuying market, many areas within the community are affordable and charming. A full range of housing options await you in Winter Park.
With easy access to I-4, Maitland has become a commuter's friend. Here you’ll find an easy drive to downtown, with a small town atmosphere. The Maitland neighborhoods have so much to offer with the perfect mix of both urban and tranquil feels. With its many lakes and wooded areas, Maitland offers great value, lovely areas to live all within easy reach of the best of Central Florida.
Many people are surprised to learn that Baldwin Park was built on a retired naval training center. Today, anyone who trained there would hardly recognize where their basic training took place. This modern community with an “old Florida” vibe is just east of downtown Orlando. Here you’ll find a variety of living choices all gracefully built around 23-acre Lake Baldwin. The lake serves as the perfect centerpiece for a refreshingly well -planned community consisting of spacious family homes, cozy bungalows and executive apartments. Baldwin Park’s quaint village center is full of activities year round and boasts a vast array of dining options, entertainment and shopping venues.
For years Colonialtown has welcomed home families from across the country. This eclectic community is about as close as you can get to downtown Orlando without living in one of downtown’s many condos and apartment communities. It's safe to say that nearly every type of architectural style can be found in Colonialtown, from sprawling Antebellum's to 4 square cottages. With a feeling all its own, Colonialtown has become popular with young professionals who are looking for short commutes and easy access via alternate transportation such as bikes, scooters or even walking. Close to shopping, hotels and all that downtown Orlando has to offer, Colonialtown is perhaps one of the most bohemian neighborhoods in Orlando, offering a friendly, upbeat style of living to its residents.
Every great city has a vibrant urban core so it is with Downtown Orlando. With a massive process of building and urban renewal during the past 20 years, Downtown Orlando has transformed from a sleepy, citrus town to a modern metropolis. With its spectacular skyline, best viewed from Lake Eola Park, to its numerous parks, corporate headquarters, and entertainment venues, Downtown Orlando is a city on the move. Now, with its recently completed Dr. Phillips Performing Art Center, Downtown Orlando has truly arrived. Cultural events, music, fine art and festivals fill the streets of owntown Orlando on almost a weekly basis. Condominiums and new apartment homes have become the favorite choice of most downtown dwellers. However, a bit of a renaissance has begun on some streets dwarfed by the high rise towers. Single family homes can still be found right in the center of the city. These charming houses offer extraordinary access to the city and great opportunities for renovation and to recapture their former glory. The community continues to grow, with a new Health Village adjacent to Central Florida’s Sunrail station.
South downtown Orlando has recently become a very popular neighborhood. Bordered by the East West Expressway to the north and Interstate 4 to the west lies a community coined SODO. In the past few years, young professionals have begun to move into the area searching for “fixer uppers” that are still close to the downtown excitement. Today, an ideal mix of well cared for bungalows, townhouses, family homes and Old Orlando estates can be found. It provides a wonderful mix of lifestyles and community spirit that bring new and current residents together. Because of the recent growth, numerous shopping and entertainment venues have opened. SODO is also the home of one of the region’s major health campuses