About College Park
College Park is Orlando’s best kept secret. Located between Fairbanks Avenue to the North, Colonial Drive to the South, Highway 441 to the West and Orange Avenue as the Eastern boundary and set around 287 acres of lakes, including Lake Adair, Ivanhoe, Concord and Silver.
This lovely, unique, urban neighborhood has, for decades been home to some of Orlando’s most distinguished community leaders. Some are as world famous as Astronaut John Young and author Jack Kerouac. John Young attended Princeton Elementary School and graduated from Orlando High School and the city respectfully named the world class Science Center for him in recognition of his enormous contribution to space science.
Downtown College Park is what draws so many to this wonderful, village within the city. Tea houses, fabulous restaurants and cafes, houses of worship, and one of the top five cooking schools in the country. Combine this with the historic Dubsdread Golf Course, the celebrations of Jazzfest, Holiday on the Drive, Sunday in the Park, the Historic Homes Tour, homecoming parades and events, a farmer's market, and wine tastings, and it all amounts to a vibrant neighborhood with a wonderful hometown atmosphere.
The homes in College Park vary from small cottages to vast estates. There is a place for everyone here. Its residents have recognized the wonderful haven that is College Park and have found living in College Park a true American Dream.
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