The best way to begin your search is to prepare a list of must-haves in your new location. It should be noted with your budget requirements, number of bedrooms, and proximity to your job.
Home prices range. But take heart, there is really something for everyone within this community. Finding a local realtor or broker is the first step to getting the inside scoop that'll snag you the perfect place to call home. Below are some notable neighborhoods that are favored by the locals.
Cherry Creek: Just minutes from Lake Magdalene, this tree-lined neighborhood is lush and shady, perfect for balancing the sunshine in this cloud-free state. This is a suburban neighborhood that is close to the excitement.
Tarawood Grove: Very similar to Cherry Creek, with moderately priced homes and rentals, Tarawood Grove is a nice suburban neighborhood with plenty of trees, and highly desirable property
Magdalene Grove: This is a neighborhood where Floridians love their pools--and they lovetheir pools. Many homes boast a shimmering blue oasis in the backyard to escape the summer heat, but if you don't find one for yourself, don't fret -- you are virtually surrounded by freshwater.
Woodbriar Village: This is a community filled with stately oaks shading almost every square inch of ground -- a blessing in more ways than one in this climate. Notice a theme here? Plan to pay a higher rent to live in this neighborhood. That's just the way it goes.
Lake Morely Terrace: Lake Morely Terrace is a great neighborhood. The rent is very reasonable, and it's close to downtown, and the airport. Choose from homes, condos, and town homes in this area; there is something for everyone here.
The typical commute in Lake Magdalene is under 30 minutes -- big-city dwellers rejoice. But if you prefer to have no commute, the location of your job is very important, because this is a car-friendly town. Walking is best done for exercise, but not so much for getting things done.