The 7,000-acre master-planned community of Lake Nona resides within Orlando’s city limits. Lake Nona Property Holdings developed it as a mixed-use community with plenty of residential options, recreational facilities, popular retail centers, the Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, as well as Lake Nona’s Medical City. Several biomedical research and educational institutions make up Lake Nona’s Medical City, such as University of Florida Academic and Research Center, Nemours Children’s Hospital, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, the University of Central Florida College of Nursing, along with a few others. With the high number of research and medical facilities in Lake Nona, its population is well over 50,000. At one point in its history, the people of Lake Nona increased by around 27,000 in only a five year period. Nevertheless, the figures could be higher since approximately 20,000 new homes have been built or are under construction in the city. Orlando was responsible for dividing Lake Nona up into four distinct neighborhoods: Northlake Park at Lake Nona, Lake Nona South, Lake Nona Estates, and Lake Nona Central. Lake Nona is named after a large lake of the same name located in the northern region of the city.
When people consider purchasing a home in the Orlando metropolitan area, they often think of all the fantastic attractions like Walt Disney World. Orlando is called the "The Theme Park Capital of the World" for a reason, after all. Nevertheless, Orlando offers residents and tourists numerous national parks and gardens in and around the city. For example, you have Blue Spring State Park Florida, a 2,600-acre park with the most significant freshwater spring on the Saint Johns River. During the swimming season, the crystal-clear waters maintain a temperature of roughly 73 degrees Fahrenheit. Furthermore, it acts as a refuge for and other creatures throughout the months. In addition to that, you have Canaveral National Seashore located at New Smyrna Beach approximately 56 miles via FL-44 west and I-4 west. This beautiful seashore oasis is sanctuary wildlife and human, home to a large number of endangered animal species. One such endangered native of this area is the sea turtle who arrives once a year to lay their eggs under the sand on the beach. Not only is it a seashore but it is an oceanside city, an ideal area for residents and visitors alike to enjoy numerous outdoor activities. Some of these activities include boating, fishing, swimming, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, and horseback riding.
Homes for sale with a pool in Lake Nona can be found in some of Orlando’s most elegant communities, some of which include the Enclave at Villagewalk, Laureate Park, Moss Park Reserve, Laureate Park, and others. Many homes for sale with a pool in Lake Nona offer resort-style amenities, such as waterfront views, only minutes away from highway access, boat access to lakes, and much more. Single-family homes for sale in Lake Nona have been designed and built by Orlando’s top custom home designers and builders, like Phil Kean Design Group, David Weekley, Ashton Woods Homes, as well as a few others. In addition to that, Interior amenities such as open concept floor plans, huge living rooms with coffered ceilings, elegant architectural detail, luxurious lighting fixtures, beautiful tile flooring, and so much more. For the most part, the architectural styles of single-family homes for sale in Lake Nona include Contemporary, Ranch, Spanish, French Country, along with all sorts of custom designed homes. To learn more about available homes for sale with a pool in Lake Nona, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.