Maitland, FL, is known for its suburban lifestyle — surrounded by incredible art and history. Walking the streets of Maitland, you will find friendly neighborhoods, a growing downtown center, and one of the area's top commerce centers. Maitland is home to scenic, tree-filled parks and many community events throughout the month. Read more about Maitland...

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $711K
Lowest Price $130K
Highest Price $5M
Total Listings 116
Avg. Days On Market 66
Avg. Price/SQFT $303

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The City of Maitland has a history of strong residential identity, sustained by the beauty of the area and the diverse economy in the region. This history continues today, and the City will maintain and advance this tradition well into the future. Maitland is one of the oldest incorporated cities in Central Florida. Home shoppers with a flair for the artistic and a love of history might miss the tiny city of Maitland on a map, but it's one that's well worth paying attention to. 

The Maitland Area

Maitland is considered one of the oldest incorporated cities in all of Central Florida. It was established in the mid-1800s and boasts a number of historic sites that stand testament to its deep roots. The city itself is home to only about 15,000 residents but offers a landscape complete with tight-knit neighborhoods that range from older, established communities to areas with new construction. All told it covers only 5.7 square miles, with one square mile of waterscapes.

This Orange County incorporated area serves as a small suburb of Orlando, but it has several claims to fame in its own right. Maitland homes, in fact, are located in a city that is famous for its art scene. Although existing in the shadow of Orlando, Maitland real estate is found in a city that has a thriving economic climate. The city's artistic scene and commercial districts provide places of employment for local residents who don't wish to commute outside of its boundaries. It is also home to top-rated schools and provides great access to some of the region's most notable universities and colleges.

Located 10 minutes north of Orlando, Maitland has been primarily known as a suburban area. With the plans to build an upscale downtown area which will include condos, and retail space, Maitland will soon have a distinctive downtown area. A few of the places of interest are the Enzian Theater which is a house cinema that is home to the Florida Film Festival, Maitland Art Center and the RDV Sportsplex which is a massive state of the art gym (it's home to the Orlando Magic) and recreation facility with ice rinks, weight rooms, basketball courts and pool.

Would you like to talk to an expert in Maitland, 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.

At Home In Maitland

Buyers who select Maitland homes will find themselves living in an incorporated city that offers all the benefits of a bigger community. It has its own police and fire departments and is also served by county agencies, as well.

Maitland Realtors have plenty of options to show potential residents. This city is home to a number of well-established neighborhoods, some featuring historic construction. It also boasts its share of new construction subdivisions. Buyers here will find a good mix of single-family homes and condominiums available.

Working In Maitland

Maitland real estate is located within a city that offers a number of major employment opportunities. Some of the top employers here include the city itself, the Orange County School District, Worldwide Brands, EA Tiburon and Charles Schwab. The city of Maitland is also located in close enough proximity that residents here can easily commute to the major employment centers found in Orlando and its surrounding communities.

Educational Opportunities

Maitland homes are served by the Orange County Public School District. The city has two public elementary schools and its own middle and high school. Residents will also find many private schools located within easy driving distance of Maitland homes.

Buyers interested in Maitland real estate, so they can take advantage of Central Florida's top-rated colleges and universities, will not be disappointed. The city is within a close drive to several community college campuses. It is also within easy reach of the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, Embry-Riddle and Stetson University.

Enjoying The Great Outdoors

Buyers interested in working with Maitland Realtors will discover this little city offers plenty of opportunities for residents to get out and enjoy the outdoors. The city maintains several parks and community centers. One of its top attractions is the Jim Houser Azalea Garden, which features a quiet retreat from the hustle of city living. Other parks include Lake Lily Park, which covers five acres, and Lake Lucien Park, which offers 13 acres for residents to stretch their legs.

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Things To Do In Maitland

While Maitland homes are located perfectly for residents to take advantage of Central Florida's biggest attractions, such as Disney, residents don't have to leave to enjoy a good time. The city is home to plenty of its own destinations including:

Enzian Theater, Maitland FL
  • Catch a movie at the Enzian Theatre: Enzian is a single-screen cinema café and home of Eden Bar and the Florida Film Festival. A member-supported, non-profit cultural organization, Enzian exists to entertain, inspire, educate, and connect the community through film.
  • Visit the Art and History Museum of Maitland: A&H is home to four unique museums and is home to a variety of art classes and workshops, as well as two artist residency programs.
  • Enjoy a scenic walk around Lake Lily: Lake Lily is one true gem — a 10-acre park home to the Maitland Farmers each Sunday, as well as many additional festivals throughout the year.
  • Take a swing at Top Golf: A sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range and swanky lounge with drinks and games — perfect for families or a night out with friends of all ages.
  • Go Birdwatching at the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey: For travelers and tourists wanting to experience real Florida, the Center provides an opportunity to view up close and personal Bald Eagles, Ospreys, Kites, Owls and Falcons; some of nature’s top predators.

Maitland homes offer residents a place to get away from it all while still enjoying the best Central Florida has to deliver. Famed for its distinct artistic flair and rich history, Maitland provides residents with a quiet escape.

Community Highlights:

Weekly farmers market: Explore dozens of unique local vendors with fresh produce, flowers, crafts, gifts, food, and live music at the Maitland Farmer's Market every Sunday. 

Movies in the Park: Enjoy a movie under the stars, free popcorn, games for kids, and more. 

Rotary Club of Maitland Art Festival: Come out for a weekend-long festival, where the community comes together and provides fine art for purchase, student art from Orange and Seminole County Public Schools, food, and beverages. 

Need more info about Maitland homes?

Folio Real Estate & Property Management specializes in the Central Florida real estate market. Contact us online or call us at 407-352-4020 for a free consultation with one of our agents.

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