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Where are the nicest areas to live in Florida?

24th Sep, 2012back

Where are the nicest areas to live in Florida?


Most UK and international citizens with an interest in Florida know something about the large cities of Orlando and Miami.  While these are excellent places to live, particularly for those who love Disney movies or beaches, the Sunshine State also offers prospective homebuyers a huge range of other choices, many of which are extremely good for families with children.




Located in Orange County, the small lakeside town of Windermere offers pleasant living. 
Occupying a spur of land separating Lake Down, Lake Butler, Lake Bessie, and Wauseon Bay, Windermere features some of the most recently constructed houses in the nation, a sure sign that substantial numbers of people are choosing to move here.  A white-collar city of about 6,000 residents, Windermere offers a wealth of jobs in the management, administrative, and technology sectors, but also ranks among the top 10% of American cities in terms of residents that work in some phase of the visual or electronic arts. 


Windermere is an excellent place to raise a family.  The town features good schools and a low crime rate.  More than half of the adults living in Windermere have a B.A. or higher, in contrast to the less than 20% of Americans who possess a college degree.


Key Biscayne


Located on an island of the same name, the coastal village of Key Biscayne is situated in Miami-Dade County and has been the subject of strong new housing growth in recent years.  Although Key Biscayne offers substantial numbers of white-collar jobs in professions such as sales, management, and administration, it also stands out for the 10% of its workforce that telecommute, or work from home.  This alone helps to make it a family-friendly place to relocate to, as a great many parents are able to spend more time with their children without sacrificing a professional career.  Key Biscayne also features a strong school system and crime rates that are lower than the Florida average.




A city in Seminole County, Longwood is located in the northern half of the state.  A small city, Longwood features an ethnically diverse population and a strong public transport system, something that many UK and international citizens find especially convenient as they may hail from areas with an equally strong commitment to public transportation.  Longwood can be a wonderful place to raise a family because here, there are substantial populations of people from German, Irish, English, French, Italian, and even Polish descent, providing a rich cultural mix that is an aid to children who have to grow up and take their place in an increasingly globalized world economy. 




Located in Palm Beach County, Jupiter is a mid-sized city near the coastal feature of Hobe Sound.  Jupiter's popularity with Florida residents can be seen in population change figures for the first decade of the new millennium.  While the state overall increased its population by some 17%, Jupiter's population surged upwards by more than 40%, more than double the state-wide rate of increase.  Jupiter also features good schools, Florida's typically lovely climate, and a crime rate less than half of the Florida average.


These examples are but a small sampling of the hundreds of family-friendly towns and cities located in America's Sunshine State.