Homes for Sale with a Pool in East Orlando

Before the mid-16th century, the Seminole Native Americans inhabited parts of modern-day Orlando. In 1539, Spanish Conquistador Hernando de Soto arrived at the coast of Florida in search of a deep harbor that led inland. Soto and his men were the first recorded Europeans to interact with the Seminole Native Americans. Fast forwarding to 1856, before the existence of Orlando, the settlement of Fort Gatlin became the seat of the newly formed Orange County. Up until the Civil War, the land remained a rural backwater, suffering much due to the Union blockade. Thanks to the Reconstruction Era, the region experienced a big comeback, which resulted in the incorporation of Orlando as a town in July 1885. At that time, only 85 residents lived there. In 1879, the Town of Orlando revoked its charter for a short time. Then it was re-incorporated as a city in 1885. Orlando went through a time of great prosperity from the citrus industry. This period lasted from 1875 to 1895 and is remembered as “Orlando’s Golden Era.” Between 1894 and 1895, Florida suffered a period known in history as the “Great Freeze.” With much of the citrus plantations in danger of failing, their operations were sold and moved further south. It wouldn’t be until the 1960s when Walt Disney built Walt Disney World that Orlando began the transformation into the global city it is today.

Owning a home in East Orlando places you only minutes from fantastic attractions and other amenities that cannot be found anywhere else. Of course, you have well-known sites such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, but you also have venues like the Magic Kingdom located at 1180 Seven Seas Drive in Lake Buena Vista. The theme park’s layout and attractions resemble those found at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. Magic Kingdom is comprised of six separate themed lands, including Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland. Equally as thrilling, you have Universal's Islands of Adventure located at 6000 Universal Boulevard. Following pretty much the same program as the Magic Kingdom, Universal's Islands of Adventure features eight themed "islands" that include Port of Entry, Marvel Super Hero Island, Toon Lagoon, Skull Island, Jurassic Park, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade, The Lost Continent, and Seuss Landing. When it comes to other forms of excitement in Orlando, you will be pleased to find fantastic activities such as Orlando Paintball, Redline Sports Trampoline Park, Aiguille Gym (indoor rock climbing), iFLY Orlando (indoor skydiving), Forever Florida (ziplining), ATX – Astronaut Training Experience at the Kennedy Center (be an astronaut for a day), and much more.

If you’re like most people, moving to Orlando, Florida, has much to do with the year-round warm weather and all the activities that come with it. One of those activities is swimming. Florida is the best place to own a home with a swimming pool since swimming season is most of the year. Homes for sale with a pool in East Orlando are an excellent choice for those looking for affordable real estate featuring a pool. From investment properties to sweeping estates, East Orlando provides homebuyers with an extensive array of real estate to choose from. Homes for sale with a pool in East Orlando include new construction built by builders such as Arturo Barcellona Homes, Issa Homes, Envy Homes, Kiehl & Stevens, Arturo Barcellona, and others. The types of homes ordinary in East Orlando include designs such as Phil Kean Architecture, Charleston, European Manor, Tuscan-Coastal, Mediterranean, among others. In addition to all that, East Orlando real estate includes a vast number of multi-family homes for sale featuring shared and private pools. If you found the perfect East Orlando home with a pool in any of these listings, please don’t hesitate a moment longer and contact us today to schedule a viewing or to learn more about these listings.