Baldwin Park Real Estate

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Baldwin Park is a great little community located about 10 minutes from Downtown Orlando. The area is centered around Lake Baldwin, a big beautiful lake that contains a particular leash-free beach for dogs. On a brief stroll through Baldwin Park, you’ll see lots of joggers and friendly faces.

Characterized by its parks, lakes, great schools, and a variety of housing styles, Baldwin Park Real Estate is a gorgeous 1,100-acre neighborhood located just three miles out of downtown Orlando. This award winning traditional Orlando area is constructed on a former Naval Training Center. Now, Baldwin Park boasts approximately 8,000 residents and over 125 businesses. With a feel inspired by the past, Baldwin Park has become one of the most desired places amongst discriminating Central Florida buyers. The quaint but expansive community offers shopping, dining, nightlife, and plenty outdoor recreational activities. Baldwin Park is home to many doctor/dental offices, hair/nail salons, and pharmacies, all easily accessible and walking or short driving distance from almost any residence within the community.

While there are plenty of boutique style shops in Baldwin Park, the most important feature is having your very own Publix Super Market. The Village Center on New Broad Street located in the heart of Baldwin Park is a foodie heaven! You can choose from a wide variety of cuisines from Mexican food at Colibri to sushi at Seito Sushi. Looking for something more casual; Gator’s Dockside has great food in a more laid back atmosphere; great spot for beer and sports.

As you can see, Baldwin Park provides residents with plenty of options for entertainment and relaxation all right outside your door. See what Baldwin Park has to offer today!

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