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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Pine Hills, Florida

  • Easy commuting to Orlando! If you work in Orlando but don't necessarily want to live there, then Pine Hills is a good choice for urban living. All you need to do is jump on the Spessard L. Holland Expressway or West Colonial Drive and ride one of them into the heart of the city. According to statistics, most Pine Hills residents are able to travel to work in less than 30 minutes.

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  • Enjoy freshwater water sports! No need to go to the ocean to have some fun in the sun. Pine Hills is home to one of the biggest bodies of water in the area. Lawne Lake is a fisherman's paradise where you can catch large bass. Lake Mann and Lake Orlando are also a short trip from Pine Hills.
  • Pine Hills is growing! If you like a town with potential, then this one is a great choice. Its population change from 2000 to 2010 was more than 43.8%. Currently, the population is over 60,000.
  • Affordable housing for everyone! The average price for a home in Pine Hills is $156,854, and the average rent price is around $1,000. The average house price in Orlando is $296,369.
  • Nice, temperate climate! Pine Hills residents enjoy an almost tropical climate, year round. It usually never gets colder than 50 degrees in the winter, and during the summer it stays around 90 degrees.
  • Trains aplenty! If riding the rails is your favorite mode of travel, then you will be pleased with the selection in Pine Hills. There are many Amtrak stations in the area, including the Orlando Station, Winter Park Station and Lake Buena Vista Station.
  • Shopping lovers will rejoice! There are hundreds of stores located in the Pine Hills area. Some of the major shopping areas are Hiawassee Woods Shopping Center, Lake Barton Shopping Center, Sliver Pines Village Shopping Center, North Lane Plaza Shopping Center, Lake Ellenor Village Shopping Center and Westgate Shopping Center.
  • A wide variety of restaurants! There are more than 881 full-service restaurants in the Pine Hills area. One good place to visit is the Rye Tavern, which serves unusual menu choices such as Goat Cheese Flan and rabbit. Another well-loved local eatery is the Pine Hills Restaurant. There you can find 'O Ban Chan and other Korean barbecue favorites.
  • You can listen to a new radio station every day for a month! There are over 30 radio stations that have a strong signal in the Pine Hills area, including WWKA 92.3 FM and WLOQ 103.1 FM.
  • Safer real estate! The Pine Hills Safe Neighborhood Partnership was formed by the local government to ensure that homes in the area have extra protection to create safer neighborhoods. So, if you are looking at rent to own houses at one of the local neighborhoods, like Gamble Drive or Arundel Drive, you can rest assured that the city is working to keep you safe.
  • Need more room? You got it! There are more than 1,000 larger-sized homes, including rent to own homes. The average number of rooms per home is 5.9, which is larger than the state average.
  • Older homes are worth more! Old, historical homes have more value in Pine Hills. A home built in 1939 or earlier is worth almost twice as much as homes built in 2000 to 2004. So, if you want a home with some history, you may want to rent to own or purchase a property on Sawmill Boulevard or Shetland Trail.
  • Plenty of acreage! No matter if you have animals that need room or you just like a lot of room to stretch out, there are plenty of properties that will allow you to do just that. Rural homes, like the ones on Gilliam Road and Silver Star Road, can offer up to 12 acres of land.
  • Lots of green! A large number of homes available for purchase have yards full of trees in this area. Neighborhoods on Lakeville Road and June Bug Lane are particularly plush with green.