We know you have heard the three things to consider when you are buying real estate, “Location, Location, Location”. Baldwin Park is conveniently located approximately two miles from downtown Orlando. The community is central to I-4, 408, and 417 and it is within the city limits of Orlando.
Baldwin Park Education
The site that is now Baldwin Park has a long history of United States military service. From 1940, throughout World War II, and until 1968, the site was an Army Air Corps and Air Force base. Between 1968 and 1999, the base served as the Orlando Naval Training Center and over 650,000 Naval recruits received basic training here. Baldwin Park gets it name from the former Under Secretary of the Navy, Robert H. B. Baldwin.
Baldwin Park Amenities
Whether you are looking to relax poolside or go for a bike ride, you have plenty of options in Baldwin Park. Choose from 3 pools, 2 fitness centers and multiple playgrounds. Blue Jacket Park is a 55 acre City of Orlando park located on the north west corner of Baldwin Park. Blue Jacket Park is home to a track and field complex, lighted baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas with covered pavilions, two children’s playgrounds, a great lawn for soccer and field games and a fountain plaza.
You can also access Cady Way Trail, which is a walking or biking trail that spans about 50 miles.
You can have it all in Baldwin Park. You can live, work, and play in Baldwin Park. The Village Center is home to many restaurants and shops. Imagine meeting friends for dinner without ever having to leave your neighborhood. Many businesses have relocated to Baldwin Park and you can find almost everything you need in the neighborhood ranging from a vet to pediatrician. Baldwin Park is not a gated community, there are over 25 ways to enter and leave the neighborhood, making it blend into the existing communities.
Baldwin Park was planned to be community-centered. The Baldwin Park Community Network provides access to a resident directory, business directory, calendar of Property Owners Association (POA) events and parties, current neighborhood news, developer updates, club information, classifieds, a photo gallery and links to recreation, shopping and others areas of interest.
The neighborhood is pedestrian friendly with wide sidewalks, and has bike lanes in many areas. Parks, lakes, playgrounds and common areas are other places to meet and visit with neighbors.
Baldwin Park Real Estate
With options ranging from apartments to custom homes, there is something here for everyone looking to call Baldwin Park home. Townhomes, city homes, condos, single family, work-live homes, and custom luxury homes provide a wide variety of living options.
Baldwin Park Homes for Sale