Minneola Real Estate

Gentle rolling hills, pristine lakes, and an abundance of trees and greenspace- Minneola is a nature lover's paradise providing plenty of natural beauty and outdoor recreation. Established in 1926, the city of Minneola has experienced steady growth and development over the years, and today is a highly sought after location providing excellent proximity to big city amenities with a quiet, "small-town" feel.

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The city of Minneola is located in Lake County and part of the Orlando metropolitan area. The name is an Indian translation for "much water" and reflects the abundance of lakes and ponds scattered throughout the region. Minneola gained popularity in the late 1800s after Captain William G. Smith became the first settler in the area and planted a flourishing citrus grove. He also established the first post office and is credited for founding Minneola. The town continued to experience steady development and was officially incorporated in 1926. Minneola became known for its flourishing citrus groves and mild winters attracting new residents and helping the city's overall growth.

Minneola is located North of Clermont and West of Winter Garden. Approximately 26 miles from Downtown Orlando, residents get the best of small-town living and metropolitan fun. Highway 27 intersects the city providing easy access points to Highway 50 and the Florida Turnpike, making it easy to travel around Orlando.

The city boasts multiple outdoor trails, parks, scenic overlooks, and nature areas due to its central and picturesque locale. The 25-mile South Lake trail is a local hot spot providing the perfect backdrop for biking and hiking, while Lake Minneola is excellent for fishing, boating, and relaxing. The flourishing city has an abundance of dining and shopping experiences that range from local boutiques and coffee houses to large-scale retail stores and unique restaurants.

Experience the small-town charm and natural beauty of Minneola.