Lake Nona


29Listings$360K-$1B$48.7MTotal Value
Lake Nona, Florida

Located in Florida, Lake Nona real estate is a smaller but active market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

Homes for sale in the Lake Nona area have an average list price of $450,000. 

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(407) 246-2551
549 W Par St
Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 859-3402
9801 Lake Nona Club Dr
Orlando, FL 32827
(407) 277-9277
11507 N Shore Golf Club Blvd
Orlando, FL 32832
(407) 254-6840
12901 Moss Park Dr
Orlando, FL 32832
(407) 277-5075
12345 Narcoossee Rd
Orlando, FL 32832
(386) 329-4404
Orlando, FL 32831
  • Counties: Osceola County
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
(407) 631-1000
13800 Veterans Way
Orlando, FL 32827
Orlando Sanford International Airport
1200 Red Cleveland Blvd, Danford, FL 32773
33 miles away
Orlando Melbourne International Airport
1 Air Terminal Pkwy, Melbourne, FL 32901
53 miles away
    About Lake Nona
    The Ideal Lake Community

    Located within the city limits of Orlando, just southeast of Orlando International Airport, Lake Nona is a neo-urban lake community that's managed to merge city and suburban life.

    City on a Hill

    With the goals of being better and healthier living, Lake Nona offers ultra-fast internet speeds, preserved green spaces and parks, in addition to a healthy mix of art and culture.

    Fascinating art structures like "The Beacon and Code Wall" and the Glass House add an element of character to the area that you won't find anywhere else in the country.

    Here, you'll find top tier education and the Lake Nona Medical City, a hub of technological research and education, making the community one of only nine "Iconic Smart + Connected" communities in the world, and the only one in the United States.

    Experience Orlando

    Recreational activities are limitless.

    Lake Nona offers 44 miles of paved and unpaved trails that connect the community, all designed to promote green transportation and healthier recreation.

    Through their Juice Bike Share program, residents and visitors have access to "grab-and-go" bike rental stations as a way to explore the community while increasing overall wellness.

    Restaurants abound on every corner, and if a more cultural evening is what you're in search of, the Orlando Ballet and the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra provide enriching artistic experiences to theatre-lovers year-round.

    A Lake Like None Other

    Rural living isn't for everyone, and Lake Nona is certainly a far cry from the woodsy, camp-friendly lakes you may be used to. This little hub of life offers an updated, 21st century style waterfront experience with excitement around every corner.