Lake Como Homes For Sale, Belle Air, Dover & Orlando Real Estate
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Lake Como, a Residential Neighborhood with a Natural Oasis at its Center
A set of neighborhoods very close to Downtown Orlando, Lake Como, Belle Air, and Dover are all located next to each other, just south of State Road 408. These three unique neighborhoods are very desirable for residents looking to live near downtown, Colonialtown, or the Conway area. The convenient location makes the area a prime choice for buyers looking for the big city amenities with a private area to call home.
Lake Como, Belle Air, and Dover Real Estate
The beautiful Lake Como community, decorated with large trees, is the perfect area for those who want to live just outside of downtown. Homes here range from the low $200,000s to just below $1-million. There’s even opportunity for homes with views of the lake and park around for around $250,000.
Dover is the largest of these neighborhoods and has a few different communities to choose from, encompassing the tranquil Demetree Park. Homes in this area are very affordable, starting at just $250,000. The park itself makes for a great place to raise a family.
Belle Air features the most expensive, luxury homes of the three neighborhoods, but there are also opportunities to find homes closer to the median price of homes for sale in Orlando, which is about $231,000. Those on the hunt for homes in this area though are often looking for the luxury Orlando lifestyle that Belle Air can certainly offer. For waterfront homes in Belle Air, look no further than Hourglass Lake.
Finding Your Dream Home in the Lake Como Area
Known for the lake and charming park, Lake Como provides a welcoming neighborhood with a very convenient location. Many annual events are held throughout the area with plenty of things to do nearby, as well.
Found about 2 miles from downtown, Belle Air was settled during the 1950s and 1960s. This charming community provides access to Hourglass Lake, Lake Weldona and Lake Lancaster, which provide plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. Nearly 320 homes are found here, most of the homes were built between 1950 and 1972 with a few replacement homes throughout.
The Dover area provides access to Lake Giles and Lake Arnold. It’s also home to the Dover Shores Community Center, which provides many activities, events, and summer camps.
The entire Lake Como area and surrounding neighborhoods make for a great place to live, just outside of downtown. Ready to start looking for your dream home in an exceptionally convenient location? Contact us today!
Living and Working in Lake Como, Belle Air, and Dover
Having access to State Road 408 makes commuting to work that much easier if you don’t plan on working close to your new home in the Lake Como, Belle Air, or Dover area. That said, you will find there is easy access to all necessities, even during the rush hour traffic in the morning.
Outside of real estate and schools, life in Lake Como, Belle Air, and Dover are as tranquil or exciting as residents might desire. This is partly due to the prominent location and partly due to the growth in the communities.
For people that don’t have to leave their home for work, you can always head to one of the many coffee shops in the Milk District. One of the most popular among locals is the Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar. The Milk District is just north of the area and offers eclectic bars and restaurants, nightlife, shopping, award-winning wine bars, coffee shops and exciting events.
There are many types of eateries in the area. Right outside of Belle Air is a hidden gem that gets nothing but great reviews. Cilantro’s Taqueria not only provides incredible tacos but has some cold Mexican brews to go with them. Who doesn’t like authentic Mexican food?
If you are looking to unwind after a long work week, take a stroll in at Lake Como Park, which is the centerpiece of Lake Como Circle and Bumby Avenue. It’s a natural haven in the middle of a city.