Edgewood is an affluent community in Orange County just outside of Orlando by Winter Park. Nestled south along Highway 527 and north of Lake Jessamine, Edgewood is home to about 3000 residents and is part of the Orlando, Kissimmee, Sanford Metro area.
Orange Ave., South runs north and south through the middle of Edgewood making commuting easy to Interstate 4, downtown Orlando, or the Orlando International Airport. Although Edgewood is a subdivision or larger community of Orlando and most people consider it a suburb of Winter Park and surrounding areas, it does have its own City Council and government. It maintains its own police department, City Hall, and planning and zoning commissions. The Edgewood District is in the center of the action along Orange Avenue. It offers business, retail, and dining opportunities through our areas major corridors.
Edgewood is primarily comprised of larger homes on larger lots dating back to about 2006. Full construction on all homes in Edgewood completed around 2011. Properties are typically between $400,000 and $800,000. Several have waterfront homes along Lake Jessamine, Lake Mary Jess, and Little Lake Conway.
Within the larger community of Edgewood are smaller neighborhoods including
- Cranes Point
- The Woods of Jessamine
- Jessamine Glenn
- Granada Woods
- Lake Jessamine Estates
- Rockwood Estates
- Jessamine Beach
- Camelot by the Lake
- Phillips Acres
- Mandalay Shores
- River Oaks
- Gatlin Estates and several others.
The city center area and Lake Tyner driver Macomb a driver some of the highest appreciating neighborhood since the year 2000. The median home value is about $305,000. The average home prices between $160,000 and $350,000. The next highest price ranges up to $480,000. Less than 2% of homes are over $1.2 million and less than 5% of homes are under $80,000.
Depending on the micro community, homeowners dues can range anywhere from $25 per month up to $300 per month, however, due to the age of many homes in Edgewood, association dues are nonexistent. There are several gated communities throughout Edgewood, and these will usually carry higher homeowner association dues. Holden Cove and the homes along Lake Miley Dr and Legacy Oaks are gated. Lake Jessamine Apartments, Legacy, and the Woods of Jessamine are also gated or have control access entrances.
Orange County school districts serve Edgewood and there is one school within the city limits of Edgewood. The Pershing elementary school handles grades prekindergarten through fifth grade and is located at 1800 Pershing Ave.
Schools serving Edgewood include the Pineloch elementary school or the Pine Castle Elementary school, the Judson B Walker or the Memorial middle school, and the William R Boone or the Oak Ridge high school. The Cornerstone Charter Academy for grades kindergarten through 12th grade may also be available as it is less than 2 miles from most homes in Edgewood.
Nearby & Livability
Why choose Edgewood? Many people choose to live in Edgewood due to its central location too many Orlando hotspots and entertainment. Plus, it receives an A+ for amenities and an 84 for livability on area vibes.com. This area is ranked in the 98th percentile for lots of local amenities, high graduation rates, sunny weather, and high income per capita. Cost of living is about the only thing that Edgewood doesn’t have going for it as is a little bit higher priced than a lot of areas around Florida. However, it more than makes up for it in low crime, higher education and employment rates, weather, and general amenities including shops, restaurants, modern conveniences and ease of daily errands. Visit Niche.com for Edgewood
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