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About Braemar

Community Features

Braemar is located on a 50-acre site with an inviting fountain-wall entrance. It is between scenic Fischer and Nally lakes, just 10 miles from downtown Orlando, three miles from Winter Garden Village, a mile from the Shoppes at Maguire Road and only minutes from Restaurant Row in Dr. Phillips. It is part of the acclaimed Windemere School District, which boast A-rated schools. From here, you have easy access to 408, Florida Turnpike and 429. If you’re looking for new homes in Orlando, this is an ideal choice for anyone who longs for a quiet life in the country with a quick commute to city shopping, services, entertainment and work centers.

About Gotha

This charming little town was founded in 1885 by H.A. Hempel, a German immigrant and the namesake of Gotha’s main street, Hempel Avenue. After purchasing 1,000 acres, he laid out a town and named it after his birthplace in Germany. Hempel loved Florida’s mild winters and warm climate so much, he mailed brochures out enticing people to relocate to Gotha. Eventually several German-American families were persuaded and Hempel’s little town began to grow.

It was once the commercial hub of West Orange County, with the area’s busiest train station until nearby Winter Garden became a more popular destination. Today, with fewer than 2,000 residents in the 2010 census, Gotha has retained its small town ambiance.

A designated historical district since 1995, Gotha is a community with plenty of curb appeal. In fact, downtown Gotha is one of Central Florida’s most enchanting attractions. If you’re an architectural or history buff, you’ll find exceptional examples of Old Florida-style architecture and fascinating historical sites. One of the best is Palm Cottage Gardens just north of Gotha’s downtown district. It was established in the early 1900s by Dr. Henry Nehrling, Florida’s premier botantist at the time. The garden and Nehrling’s home on the grounds were added to the National Register of Historic Place in 2002.

 Of course, when you live at Braemar in Gotha, you’re never far from all Orlando-area shopping, dining, services, sports and entertainment venues. It’s a great location to find your new home in Orlando.