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Oviedo Communites

 

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About 20 minutes north of Orlando, approximately 34,000 residents call Oviedo home.  The city has been named in the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Money Magazine for its small town atmosphere with big city convenience.  Whether you are looking for small town ambience where chickens and roosters still roam free or modern conveniences like state of the art recreation facilities and large scale shopping centers, Oviedo has something for everyone.

Nestled among the oak tree hammocks along Lake Jessup in Seminole County, Oviedo offers prospective residents a true Florida experience.  The local wilderness areas and parks provide relaxation and a change of view from the busy and sometimes hectic environment of big city life. Highly rated schools and the close proximity of the University of Central Florida help define this areas educated workforce. With an eye on the future, Oviedo plans to incorporate the new live, work and play lifestyle that modern residents are looking for.  Future development plans for a new town center with shopping and housing options are approved, making the future bright for Oviedo.

Oviedo residents enjoy the subtropical climate of Central Florida which provides an abundance of opportunities for fun in the Sunshine State.  With an average annual high of 83°F, the Metropolitan Orlando area hosts outdoor activities year round.  The chilliest month is January when the average high is around 70°F.  The warmest months tend to be July and August with average highs of 92°F.  The average annual rainfall for the area is 54 inches which replenishes the areas eco-rich lakes, rivers and natural wetlands.

In October of 2012, there were 85 residential homes sold in Oviedo at an average price of $174158, with the highest priced home selling for $402500 and the lowest priced selling for $26500.

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