The Dr. Phillips real estate region is named after an influential resident and “citrus magnate” who helped develop much of the technology Florida uses to cultivate oranges and orange juice. A charming community, Dr. Phillips, is located just a short drive away from the world famous Disneyworld and Universal Studios theme parks.
The area is full of loyal local spirit, and gorgeous “Old Town” architecture. Many flock to family owned restaurants like the rave reviewed Slate, which is found on “Restaurant Row”, the area’s claim to fame and a popular Florida bucket list item to visit as well. There’s plenty to keep busy with in Dr. Phillips. Other entertainment ideas perfect for families include visits to the Pointe Orlando Shopping Center, the ICON wheel, and more all ranging from historical to leisure. That means there is something to please the shopper, foodie, and history buff in any household! Many indulge in a day of shopping and then sit down at a mom and pop restaurant overlooking gorgeous views of the water and enjoying home-style, Southern food, which is not a joke in Dr. Phillips. Taking their cooking seriously, the people living in Dr. Phillips do not kid about their restaurants!
A bit more affluent than its neighboring communities, newer and more modernized homes are found in the Dr. Phillips real estate region. Properties are a generous size often sitting on larger lots. Most homes in the community were built in the 80s and 90s, with plenty of outside space to call your own. The majority of spaces are hardly less than a quarter of an acre in size. Gorgeous fountains line the neighborhood adding to the ambiance.
Dr. Phillips is a great place for the biker or walker with a close proximity to pretty much anything you could need. It’s perfect for the retiree who has no more need for commutes, the environmentalist with a dream of a simple life, or the family looking to stay close to entertainment and bonding opportunities. Anyone and everyone has a chance in charming Dr. Phillips. It is a county favorite and the local people have nothing bad to say - except they wish everywhere else was just like it!