Orlando’s Up and Coming Neighborhood: Audubon Park
Arguably one of the most upcoming neighborhoods in the Central Florida area is Audubon Park located in Orlando nestled between Winter Park and Baldwin Park. Audubon Park is a traditional Orlando neighborhood that has a small community feel, with just over 900 homes the area is known for its tree- lined streets and its unique architecture. Audubon Park is only a short drive form Downtown Orlando making it easily accessible to those who work and play downtown. Audubon Park is also a wonderful area for families as there are many community gatherings and various family oriented activities. These include, movie night, a spooky Halloween zombie night, cooking and gardening demonstrations and various pop up markets. Audubon Park is also zoned for the areas top school districts including Audubon Elementary, Glenridge Middle and Winter Park High school. It is also home to Baldwin Oaks Montessori school and just a few minutes away from the areas prestigious preparatory schools.
Audubon park is home to the well known East End Market and is known for its beautiful gardens including Leu Gardens and Blue Jacket Park. The area also has a thriving small business community, which draws visitors from surrounding areas.
So what are my favorite things to do in Audubon Park? I am glad you asked!
I would suggest starting your day off with an Artisanal cup of coffee from Lineage Coffee at East End Market. As you sip on your cup of coffee you can walk through East End Market and see what the buzz is all about. Some of my favorite small businesses in the area include Blue Bird Bake Shop , The R. Nichols Shop (stationary & gifts) P is for Pie, and Fresh 24 to pick up local produce. If you happen to be in the area on a Monday evening I would highly suggest visiting Stardust Coffee and Tea for the weekly Farmers Market where farmers and artists share their local product and crafts with the community. If visiting Audubon in the evening, I would suggest starting the night off with a craft beer at Red Light- Red Light and indulging in delicious tapas and a glass for Sangria from Txokos Basque Kitchen at East End Market.
As you can tell I am a big fan of this little gem of a neighborhood called Audubon Park. It would be my pleasure to help you explore the Real Estate Market in this charming Orlando Community.
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