Orlando cribs: C. Fla’s most expensive home sales in 1Q
The median price of homes being sold in metro Orlando is going up — and perhaps some of that is because some pretty high-priced residences traded hands in this year’s first quarter.
Based on data collected by Orlando Business Journal’s parent company, the 18 most expensive Central Florida homes that recorded selling in first-quarter 2014 averaged $2.2 million, with the top home sale priced at $4 million. The highest-priced home sales were mostly in Orange County, except one that closed for $1.9 million in Seminole County, the data showed.
Four of the homes sold were on the same street in Lake Butler Sound in Windermere, while one home sold in each of the tony master-planned communities of Isleworth and Lake Nona, both developed by Tavistock Group.
Check out the database for a closer look at the property transactions, and click through the slideshow to see what these Orlando-area cribs look like. The photo captions list the name of the subdivision or street, as well as the sales price.