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Property Types (active listings)
Longwood Homes For Sale
- All Listings
- $100,000 - $200,000
- $200,000 - $300,000
- $300,000 - $400,000
- $400,000 - $500,000
- $500,000 - $600,000
- $600,000 - $700,000
- $700,000 - $800,000
- $800,000 - $900,000
- $900,000 - $1,000,000
- Over $1,000,000
Longwood has something for every buyer. While some owners of Longwood homes do commute to other areas to work, it's not necessary for many residents. The city has its own thriving economic landscape and boasts several major employers. It is also home to a number of schools and offers residents access to several notable colleges and universities that have campuses in the area. Located in Seminole County, Longwood is a short drive to the Orlando area (less than 15 miles) and also offers easy access to such nearby cities as Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, and Casselberry. It's Interstate 4 access provides area residents with an easy commute wherever they want to go.
Longwood also offers upscale neighborhoods off the Markham Woods Corridor as well as being home to golf communities such as Alaqua, Sabal Point, and Wekiva. These communities are highly sought after because of the established neighborhoods, amenities and excellent schools. Many condominiums and townhouses are within reach of the average buyer with great opportunities in Longwood short sales and Longwood bank foreclosures.
Featuring a multitude of historic sites and attractions, Longwood also offers its residents plenty of things to see and do. Those working with Longwood Realtors® will find this city does offer enough attractions and amenities to keep them busy year-round.
Longwood homes are located within an incorporated city. This means they are supported by a wide variety of municipal services. Longwood has its own police and fire departments, along with a very active parks department. Longwood is the smallest town by land area in Seminole County with the second smallest population.
The city offers a mix of neighborhoods, ranging from older established areas to new construction communities. Some of the neighborhoods and subdivisions within this community include Brittany Gardens, Camden Club, Coachlight Estates and Indian Hills. Longwood Realtors® will be able to help buyers find single-family homes, estates, and condominiums available within this community's 26-plus neighborhoods. The majority of homes and condos fall into the $200-$700K range.
Working In Longwood
Longwood homes are located inside the Orlando metro area. This means residents have their pick of places to work. While many residents do choose to work in other nearby communities and commute home to Longwood at night, the city does have its share of major employment centers.
The city of Longwood and Seminole County are some of the biggest employers in the community. Other major employers with offices or headquarters near Longwood homes include Orlando Regional Healthcare, Sears Home Improvement Products, Wiginton Corporation, Morton Electric, Insurance Office of America and Dearborn Electronics.
Would you like to talk to an expert in Longwood, Florida real estate? Folio Real Estate & Property Management specializes in the Central Florida real estate market. Contact us online or call us at 407-352-4020 and let us help you with all of your real estate needs.
Longwood Educational Opportunities
A wide variety of public and private schools serve Longwood. Homeowners have easy access to education from the pre-school years all the way through graduate studies. Served by the Seminole County School District, Longwood has four public elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools to its credit.
Residents desiring to earn degrees will find Longwood real estate is perfectly positioned to provide them the opportunity to do so. The community is within driving distance of Stetson University, the University of Central Florida, Seminole State College and a number of community college campuses.
Shopping In Longwood
Longwood is home to many retail and commercial districts and includes a number of Big Box stores, such as Wal-Mart and Target. The city also has its own antique district and is home to Longwood Village Shops. Nearby malls include the MarketPlace at Seminole Towne Center and the Altamonte Mall. Longwood is also a very short drive to the legendary shopping found in Orlando's commercial districts.
Getting Outdoors in Longwood
Longwood homes are dotted along tree-lined streets and complimented with a number of city parks that offer residents a chance to get out and soak up the sun and fun. The city's parks department maintains a total of nine parks and a host of community centers.
Arbor Park is one of the community's outdoor attractions. It includes picnic areas, a playground, and a wooded trail. Candyland Park is another destination here. It features tennis courts, ball fields, a gazebo, picnic areas, and a playground.
Things To Do In Longwood
Longwood homes are all located within a short drive of the entertainment attractions of the Orlando area, including Disney and Universal. Residents here, however, also enjoy local destinations, such as:
- Big Tree Park
- Aiguille Rock Climbing Center
- Longwood Historic District
- 10 golf courses within 15 miles
While it provides all the benefits of being in the Orlando area, Longwood boasts a unique experience. Longwood homes are in the heart of a community that has existed since the 1800s. It offers its residents the very best of big-town and small-town living rolled into one.
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