The Audubon Park neighborhood was developed in the 1950s and 1960s, built around and serving the nearby Orlando Air Force Base and later the Naval Training Center. These bases brought countless service people and their families to the area. Many of those patriots built homes in what became known as the Audubon Park neighborhood.
It is one of many hidden gems scattered throughout Orlando and its neighboring cities and towns. Located just 10 minutes from downtown and directly connected to Winter Park , but probably best known for one of Central Florida’s most beautiful natural attractions – Harry P. Leu Gardens, as well as East End Market, a trendy community hub featuring locally produced food and merchandise.
These factors all helped the neighborhood earn a Great American Main Street Award in 2016 — the highest honor a district can achieve nationally — making it one of just three Florida districts to receive the designation since 1995.
Audubon Park boasts one of a kind homes, lakes, and parks. It is one of Orlando’s most talked about community. Its central location makes it a convenient and beautiful place to live.