Central Florida Real Estate
Located just north of Orlando, Maitland offers an affluent lifestyle with many picturesque parks along lakes and almost perfect year around weather.
The Lake Life
For lovers of the great outdoors, Maitland offers a number of lakes and parks with activities for all ages. Whether boating on Lake Maitland, fishing on Lake Sybelia, or enjoying the beautiful and popular Lake Lily, there's no shortage of fun things to see and do.
One of the oldest municipalities in Central Florida, Maitland was named after Fort Maitland, which was built in 1838 during the Second Seminole Indian War. After the Civil War, the area was used for extensive citrus production. Some of these farms still remain. Historical homes dating from the late 1800's are open as working museums and visitors can experience how life would have been.
Top Area Picks
Maitland features delicious local fare such as Antonio's Market & cafe, Jazz Tastings, and Gordon's Be Back Fish House.
A unique shopping experience awaits! Browse beautiful antiques and gifts at the Lily Lace Antique Market or find a huge selection of fabrics at The Sewing Studio Fabric Superstore.
The area offers many historical sites and museums to explore, including the Telephone Museum in Maitland's Art & History Museum.
If you are ready to Relocate to Maitland, or want to learn more about Maitland, FL real estate, be sure to request our Maitland Home Buying Guide and our Maitland Relocation Guide. Both guides are tailored to share the information you will need to make your relocation smooth and easy. Other questions about Maitland? Simply contact me, Debbie Summers, your Maitland Florida Real Estate Expert.