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About Winter Park FL

Located just north of Orlando in Orange County, the city of Winter Park is a charming city with a population of about 30,000.

The city was developed in

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About Winter Park FL

Located just north of Orlando in Orange County, the city of Winter Park is a charming city with a population of about 30,000.

The city was developed in the 1880s by an enthusiastic man named Loring Chase who was enchanted by the beautiful lakes in the area. With the help of a wealthy friend, he planned and built the city which was located near the newly built South Florida Railroad. Chase was extraordinarily particular about the architecture, wanting everything to look similar and be of high quality. Population boomed after this time, and plots in the new city were expensive and highly sought after.

The scenery in Winter Park is exceptional, and lots of surprises await those who wish to meander through the city on foot. The city is home to a series of interconnected lakes which are bound to one another by canals. These canals, along with the abundance of trees and other foliage, make wandering through the city a delight. There are many walking paths that make this wandering easier, with many of them passing close to the many lakes.

Scenic Olde Winter Park is a gorgeous part of the city. With antique brick streets lined with trees and festivals throughout the year, it is a favorite place for residents to visit for shopping, dining, and walking. There are also many theaters and museums to visit as well as gardens, parks, and historical buildings.

Winter Park, with its historic beauty, nature walks, lakes, and shopping, is an ideal place to live. Walking into the city feels like walking back in time. Its simplicity is irresistible, and its charm brings a much-needed peace to modern living in Florida.

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