Longwood, FL is best known for the expansive historic district standing as the heart and soul of the city. Comprising roughly 190 acres, the neighborhoods of Longwood makes up the oldest city in Seminole County. There are a number of local restaurants and antique shops in the historic district where you can meet with friends for a bite to eat or find hidden treasures at one of the area's boutique shops.
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Treating residents to a dose of small-town charm, properties in Longwood are an extension of the story told through its famed 18th century historic structures. The Inside Outside House is now home to the Culinary Cottage. Its unique craftsmanship was an impressive addition to the winter cottages at Snow Station. The Bradlee-McIntyre House was built in 1885 and now stands as a testament to Old Floridian architecture.
Quiet, tree-lined streets boast classic appeal, reminiscent of the past. Queen Anne-style estates and quaint cottages continue the area's diversity today. Aside from the historic inn that's undergone a million-dollar restoration to create unique office space and the ongoing expansion of the community, you'll still find plenty of modern-day appeal.
Whether you’re a history buff or enjoy modern amenities and activities, Longwood has many different style homes and a diverse range of prices that will suit any budget. Browse the newest real estate listings in Longwood, FL.
Whether you’re looking to buy a home, sell a home, or just to learn more about the Longwood real estate market, the experts at Watson Realty Corp. are your go-to pros. Stop by our local office on West Highway 434 today to learn why we’re the area’s premier real estate company.
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