Gotha Real Estate
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The town of Gotha, Florida is only about 20 minutes from Orlando, but seems much farther, owing to its semi-rural nature. The small-town feel of the area has made it a destination for those who want a slower pace but don't want to be too far from Orlando and big-city amenities. Homes in Gotha offer the Orlando worker an easy commute and a restful place to relax once the work day is over.
People looking for residential Gotha real estate will not be disappointed if they are seeking a generously-sized piece of land. Gotha homes are largely single-family, with few condominiums. They are a mix of styles and types, so buyers looking at homes for sale in Gotha will be able to choose from turn-of-the-century styles to modern homes. The growing popularity of the area is likely to make home prices rise in the future.
Gotha was named for the German home town of its founder, Henry Hempel, in 1885. At the time, the botanical gardens developed by horticulturalist Henry Nehrling were the main attraction of the area. Palm Garden Cottage, Nehrling's former home, is the oldest botanical garden in Florida and was registered in 1995 as a historical preservation district.
The gardens are not the only landmarks in the area. The Yellow Dog Eats Cafe is locally famous as a great place to eat and bring the family dog, who is welcome on the patio. Specials such as the Black Hound Wrap and the Retriever's Roast proclaim this restaurant's homage to man's best friend while serving up great food for humans.
Gotha real estate is coming to the notice of home buyers and investors alike, making this quaint little town a market for home properties. Buying now could mean significant equity gains in the future.
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