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There are 280 new home listings matched for Orlando, Florida New Homes

Model Granite

Granite

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, Car Garage
$1,414,250
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Model Mediterranean

Mediterranean

5 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Car Garage
$1,397,000
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Model Casa Del Sol

Casa Del Sol

4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, 4 Car Garage
$1,315,000
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Model Madison

Madison

6 Bedroom, 6.5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
$1,305,000
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Model Orleans

Orleans

5 Bedroom, 5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
$1,235,000
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Model Grand Oak

Grand Oak

5 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, Car Garage
$1,094,550
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Model St. Augustine V

St. Augustine V

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
$1,087,900
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Model Casa Milano

Casa Milano

3 Bedroom, 4 Bath, 2.5 Car Garage
$1,015,000
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Model Giant Oak

Giant Oak

4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Car Garage
$994,385
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Orlando is in Central Florida and easily accessible by land or air. Orlando is rich with history and archaeologists have found evidence of prehistoric American Indian tribes and ancient seas that once covered the land. The Spanish invasion in the 16th century brought cattle to the area and that influence is still evident today. The herds roamed the scrublands and adapted to the terrain. Lucrative cattle ranches prospered and became economically viable. During the ranching boom the word "cracker" described the inhabitants of the region. The word "cracker" originated from the use of whips on herding cattle as the whip cracked when snapped. Later the term described the lifestyle of residents in central Florida. A great part of this scrubland became the Ocala National Forest.

Land, water and rolling hills merged into one vast expanse of opportunity. Tropical temperatures, lush foliage, gigantic trees, numerous lakes, rivers and springs complemented the area. Spanish architecture next to cattle ranches with citrus groves spreading toward the sea promised euphoria to all that came. Orlando has retained its natural beauty and preserved its cowtown roots. Cows, crackers, citrus and a rodent have improved, changed and established Orlando. Walt Disney sculpted 43 square miles of swampland into a Magic Kingdom. Myriads of theme parks opened in Orlando, forever changing its flavor. This sunswept area has become one of the fastest growing high-tech centers in the country.

Kissimmee is located in Central Florida about twelve miles away from the home of the most famous rodent in the world. Kissimmee makes access to Sea World, Cypress Gardens, Universal Studios and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center easy and fast. Kissimmee manages to hold to the old ways of a small cattle town. The city was founded in 1878 and many buildings in the downtown area have been well maintained. There are hiking trails, a fishing pier, observation towers and lakes which are home to ospreys, cranes and alligators. Kissimmee Chain-of-Lakes is a fifty-mile long string of lakes with Lake Toho (Lake Tohopekaliga) the largest. Boating, fishing, bird watching and numerous water activities take place on this magnificent chain of lakes.

Located northeast of Orlando, the City of Oviedo has experienced unparalled growth both in residents and new businesses. You will find the business-friendly climate as refreshing as the cool breezes off the lush Florida Hammocks nearby. Oviedo is surrounded by lush, sub-tropical hammocks with dense trees, fresh water lakes and ponds. Developers and builders have designed attractive housing that reflects the land it is on. Over 80% of the population are homeowners living in new planned communities and established residential neighborhoods.

Orange covers 1003 square miles, its population is around 825,000 Osceola has 1467 square miles, population close to 150,000 Lake covers 1163 square miles and the population is close to 200,000 Seminole has 352 square miles, with a population just over 345,000

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