Welcome to Longwood, Florida, where convenience meets charm. Nestled in affluent Seminole County, Florida, Longwood has a population of approximately 16,451 and is the 135th largest city in Florida. With an annual growth rate of 2.78%, this is the perfect place to begin the next chapter of your life. Here’s what you need to know about this historically rich city.
Top-Rated School System
Ensure your children will receive a superior education by being located in the Seminole County School District. Seminole County schools rank 5th in the state and FIRST in the Greater Orlando area. In fact, Longwood’s Lyman High School ranks FIRST in the state for its technical and pre-engineering curriculum.
There are plenty of higher education options in Longwood as well, including:
· Lake Sumter State College
· Seminole State College of Florida
· Valencia College
Technical schools include:
· Lake Technical Center
· Orange Technical Education Center
· Technical Education Center of Osceola
An Abundance of Business Opportunities
Longwood is a great place to begin a career or even entrepreneurial ventures. The top employers include:
· South Seminole Hospital (part of the Orlando Health System)
· Collis Roofing
· Comprehensive Energy Services
· Pemberton Attachments
Enjoy Your Leisure Time
Whether you are a professional, retiree, or raising a family, Longwood has leisure activities for everyone. Residents have the opportunity to enjoy arts and culture, camps, leagues, and events such as festivals, car shows, and the farmer’s market. There are several recreational parks and facilities sprinkled throughout the city for all to enjoy. In fact, Longwood is known for its exceptional baseball program and world-class art classes.
Of course, there are many facilities available for rental, giving you the ability to host jaw-dropping functions, including birthday parties, reunions, anniversaries, weddings, and much more!
Take a Step Back in Time
Longwood’s historic district is a large part of what makes Longwood such an attractive place to live. The walking tour takes about an hour to complete. Once finished, you will appreciate Longwood in a whole new way. It contains 37 structures over 190 acres and officially became part of the National Register of Historic Places in October 1990.
Ready to Call Longwood Home?
Longwood is conveniently located, being within easy commuting distance of Orlando’s national attractions. Convenience combined with strong economic growth, a rich history, excellent schools, a rich history, and an abundance of luxury activities makes Longwood a great choice to call home.
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