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Mount Dora, Florida Real Estate

Mount Dora's real estate market features a diverse collection of charming cottages and bungalows, traditional single-family homes, lakeshore homes with fabulous views, homes in gated communities, as well as townhomes and condominiums. Prices range between $115,000 and $7.3 million with average listing prices typically hovering in the $295,000 range which can buy a 3-bedroom/2-bathroom single-family home in the Lakes of Mount Dora. Mount Dora's townhomes and condos are priced between $140,000 and $180,000 with many homes located near downtown Mount Dora.

Homes in gated resort style communities like Oak Ridge include vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchens, split floor plans, and granite counters with residents having access to exclusive amenities such as use of the clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pools, and basketball courts. Million dollar homes and estates are mostly located near or along Mount Dora's lakes. Lakefront homes usually include mature landscaping to ensure maximum privacy, custom made details, formal living and dining rooms, spacious walk-in pantries and closets, private balconies, and of course, stunning lake views.
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Mount Dora Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Florida

The city of Mount Dora is located in Lake County, Florida and is home to close to 13,000 residents who appreciate the city's small-town charm and excellent quality of life. Part of the Orlando-Kissimmee Metropolitan Area, residents are less than an hour's drive from the heart of Orlando and all of its city amenities, theme parks, and entertainment venues. The city is approximately 184 feet above sea level and is within proximity to many nearby lakes and bodies of water, such as Loch Leven, Lake Gertrude, Lake Dora, Lake Saunders, and many others.

Mount Dora was founded in 1880 and initially served as a popular winter retreat for outdoorsmen. Famous visitors included Henry Ford, Presidents Coolidge and Eisenhower, and Thomas Edison. Soon after the railroad was completed in 1887, more and more tourists came to the area and the local economy began to blossom. Today, Mount Dora still retains its small-town charm and residents have gone to great lengths to preserve the city's historic roots. Residents and visitors can stroll downtown and take a gander at the many antique shops and boutiques, or even take part in the many monthly festivals that happen in the city.

Thanks to its location in Lake County and proximity to Orlando, Mount Dora remains a popular destination for tourists, many who in turn take the leap and become longtime residents.

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