Lake Nona/ Medical City has become a very popular city in Orlando, which have many treasures. Treasures that may appeal to different people.

Lake Nona provide stellar education, healthy, excellent living with great parks.  Lake Nona Medical City has become home to some of the nation’s top hospitals, universities, research institutions and health and life science companies. Already Lake Nona Medical City’s pioneering institutions are forming networks and synergies making Orlando a global destination for health care, research and medical education while creating an economic development and job creation engine for the region.

Live Oak Estates prime location means a short drive to "A" rated schools, "Medical City", Orlando International Airport or to the Eastern Beltway/417. Residents also have close proximity to world-class theme parks, upscale shopping and public and private golf courses.

Boat and Jet Ski access to Lake Mary Jane is just minutes away with canal access to Lake Hart, picnic areas and a playground. One-acre lots are not commonplace in the Orlando real estate market, but Live Oak Estates is full of one-acre wooded lots nestled in the Lake Nona area.


is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area in Orange County, Florida, United States. It is a suburb of Orlando and is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 10,981 at the 2010 census.

The area of Dr. Phillips is named after Dr. Phillip Phillips, a Central Florida citrus magnate. He was responsible for several key innovations in the processing and packaging of orange juice. By the early 1920s He owned thousands of acres of groves, stretching across nine Central Florida counties and extending from Conroy Road on the north to the south end of the Sand Lake Chain, encompassing all of what is now Bay Hill, Orange Tree, Sand Lake Hills, Clubhouse Estates and Turkey Lake Park.

Dr. Phillips is located in the suburbs, in the Southwest area of Orlando. People like Dr. Phillips because the schools are good and its proximity to many good restaurants.  You will find yourself in one of Orlando's most celebrated suburbs.  The real estate in Dr. Phillips is luxury area with beautiful lakeside properties, gated communities and estates homes with high-end details.


 Scenic Olde Winter Park area is punctuated by small, winding brick streets, and a canopy of old southern live oak and camphor trees, draped with Spanish moss. There are thousands of visitors to annual festivals including the Bach Festival, the nationally ranked Sidewalk Art Festival, and the Winter Park Concourse elegance.

 Within the city is the Mead Botanical Garden which is a 47.6 acres (19.3 ha) park that encompasses several ecosystems. It has an amphitheater, butterfly garden, discovery barn and a recreation center.  Many structures are more than 100 years old.

Winter Park is a city of professionals, artist and also a college town, where lots of students live while attending area colleges. Because of the high percentage of people living in Winter Park enrolled in college, Winter Park has a number of services, amenities and opportunities geared towards the needs and activities of students.

Winter Park, while not large, also appears to be attractive to some younger, educated professionals, who help shape the character of the city.


Baldwin Park is an award-winning new neighborhood inspired by the past. It's livable, walk able, and best of all just three miles from downtown Orlando, Florida.  A wide range of housing choices, great schools, parks, lakes, shops and restaurants make Baldwin Park one of Orlando's most desirable places to live, work or visit. It is great to raise your family.

Also there is the area of Lake Baldwin Park which is a beautiful, shady park that covers 23.16 acres on Lake Baldwin. The park is one of two city parks which boasts a sandy beach. This park is the only park in the city known as “dog friendly” dogs may be off leash during park hours of 8 a.m. to sunset.

Baldwin Park offers two pavilions available for reservation, a boat ramp for boats with no gas engines, picnic tables and even public restrooms in the lake area.



Moving Tips

  • Pack an overnight bag containing all the essentials.
  • Pack the items you will need FIRST in a clear plastic bin.
  • Wrap your breakables (dishes, glasses, etc.) in clothing to save on bubble wrap.
  • For extra padding, pack your glasses and stemware in clean socks.
  • In addition to labeling what’s in your boxes, add what room they’ll be going into, as well.
  • Before you move see If you can go to your new home before the move and pre-clean the bathroom and kitchen.
  • Place an extra cotton pad or ball into your powder cosmetics to keep them from breaking.
  • Cover the openings of your toiletries with saran wrap, and then put the tops back on.
  • Pack plates vertically, like records. They’ll be less likely to break.
  • Buy a roll of stretch wrap. For fragile furniture
  • Keep sandwich bags handy for holding any small parts of things you have to take apart, like curtain rods or mounted flat-screen TVs.
  • Take a photo of how your electronics are connected so you can remember how and where all the wires go.
  • Cut down on boxes by making all of your baskets, laundry bins, hampers, and suitcases work for you.
  • Make sure everything is completely packed before your friends show up to help you move.