Maitland lies just eight minutes from downtown Orlando and the same from Rollins College in Winter Park and it is this central location which has made Maitland a great place to live for families who work and school in Orlando. Gated communities, desirable neighborhoods and a strong commnuity feel are just a few reasons to consider Maitland when looking for a new home in the Orlando area of Central Florida. Residential communities are just a short drive to business centers in Maitland which leads to a stress free commute to work for many of the local residents

Maitland is one of the oldest incorporated municipalities in Central Florida  and a city steeped in history. An “historical corridor” has been established that encompasses old residences still occupied in the Lake Lily-Lake Catherine area and extending through the central portion of the city. Also, the Florida Audubon Society was founded in Maitland and continues in its protection of wild birds on Lake Sybelia. Lake Sybelia is one of the prettiest lakes in the Orlando area, a peaceful setting for observing unfettered wildlife and foliage. The Maitland Art Center, designed and established in 1937 by famed sculptor, Andrea Smith, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Yet, Maitland is also a burgeoning business area, home to the sprawling Maitland Center business park, located adjacent to Interstate 4.

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