Coytown Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
One of the city’s venerable traditional neighborhoods, Coytown, has shady streets lined with mostly smaller two, three, and four-bedroom single-story homes. House design styles are rather eclectic, and one can see everything from concrete block ranch style to simple frame, to an occasional brick-front home. Most of the homes are in the $100,000 to $175,000 price range.
Easy access to downtown Orlando and Winter Park, as well as excellent shopping, city parks, and Leu Gardens, are major appealing aspects of Coytown.
Located in the 32803 zip code, Coytown is bordered on the north by Weber Street, on the south by East Colonial Drive, on the west by North Bumby Avenue, and on the east by North Primrose Drive.
Residents have quick access (a two or three-minute drive) to Harry P. Leu Gardens, a stunning 50-acre southern-style garden that includes the largest Camellia collection outside of California. There one can also find the largest formal rose garden in Florida, a house museum dating from the 1880s, a Butterfly Garden, and vegetable and herb gardens. Coytown residents use Leu Gardens for family outings, jazz concerts, weddings, and meetings.
Coytown residents also enjoy the Orlando Festival Park across East Colonial Drive on East Robinson Street, where ethnic and musical festivals, a basketball court, beach-style volleyball courts, and a skateboard park are the draw.
Coytown residents have several shopping options and are less than a five-minute drive away from the Colonial Plaza Shopping Center, an open-air complex with a Barnes and Noble and Starbuck’s. Also close by is Fashion Square Mall, a traditional indoor mall with a multi-screen movie theater and anchor stores such as Sears and JC Penney. For dining out, residents have access to a slew of restaurants lining East Colonial Drive.
Students in Coytown attend Fern Creek Elementary School, Howard Middle School, and Winter Park High School.