Crystal Lake is a historic neighborhood in downtown Orlando just east of Wadeview Park, west of Lake Terrace, and connected to Delaney Park, in Orlando’s SoDo area.
This charming, historical neighborhood is identified by parks, small lakes, schools and residential neighborhoods. It offers a quiet, serene setting tucked away for close to most of downtown Orlando’s shops and restaurants. Crystal Lake intersex with total state Road 408 and is close to the Orlando Executive Airport. Homes were built in the 1930s through the 1980s has remained a quaint little neighborhood in the heart of a big city.
The Crystal Lake neighborhood Park is located in the center of this community at 1731 E. Crystal Lake Ave. It’s open daily from 8 AM to 8 PM and offers park benches and open fields.
Homes in the area start at about $250,000 and the closer you get to Delaney Park, the higher the price. Average homes are between $200,000 and $380,000 with a couple of townhouses and duplexes scattered throughout the neighborhood. There are also a few brand new homes along Kaley Ave priced around $389,000. These homes, built by various home builders, offer single and 2-story designs with the newest features and materials.
Crystal Lake is served by the Orlando school district and residents utilize the Kaley Elementary School, the Cornerstone Academy Charter K – 8, the Howard middle school, the Boone high school and the Cornerstone Charter Academy high school. These schools are between half a mile and 3 miles away.
Shops and markets are located south along Michigan St. such as Cornerstone Pizza, Johnny’s, Medical clinics and banks.
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