East Central Park, Orlando Homes For Sale

East Central Park Highlights

East Central Park (The Milk District) in Orlando, Florida is a residential area located in Orlando Florida. East Park Central (aka The Milk District) is just east of the sought after Lake Eola and Thornton Park sections of downtown Orlando.

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East Central Park Orlando Real Estate Information

  • Homes For Sale in East Central Park range in price from $160,000 to over $650,000
  • Number of homes in East Central Park: 603
  • Size of homes in East Central Park: 1,100 – 4,500+ Square Feet
  • Lot sizes: .0152 to 1+ acres
  • Homes Built: 1915 – 2010
  • Lakes nearby: Lake Underhill, Lake Eola
  • Location: 2.0 miles east of downtown Orlando
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East Central Park Features and Amenities:

  • Easy access to bicycle/running trails and local parks:
  • Cherry Tree Park
    Col. Joe Kittinger Park
  • Orlando Festival Park / Orlando Skate Park
  • Lake Underhill Park
  • Dickson Azalea Park
  • Mayor Carl T. Langford Park and Lake Eola Park
  • “The Milk District” local eateries and pubs. Site of Tasty Tuesdays – Food Truck Meetup every Tuesday.
  • Festival Park Community Garden
  • MAP – Points of Interest Map – East Central Park

Public Schools for East Central Park:

  • Fern Creek Elementary
  • Howard Middle
  • Edgewater High

Life in East Central Park (The Milk District) Orlando, Florida:

After a long day at the office take a 4 minute bike ride or 15 minute walk to one of these nearby parks, Dickson Azalea, Mayor Carl T Langford or Lake Underhill Parks. Even closer are Cherry Tree, Col. Joe Kittinger Parks, the Orlando Skate Park and sand volleyball courts can be found at Orlando Festival Park located in the northeast corner of East Central Park. Enjoy the eateries and pubs of The Milk District located on Robinson St in between Bumby Ave and Primrose Ave. All within two miles of downtown, Thornton Park District, and Lake Eola.