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Fieldstream is a neighborhood in Orlando, Florida. The neighborhood is located north of Lake Underhill Road and to the south of the East-to-West Expressway. Most of the homes in the neighborhood were built in the last 20 years. Many well-placed retention ponds, as well as numerous trees, provide excellent scenery for the community.

The Fieldstream neighborhood is located in a great place in Orlando for quick access to some excellent destinations. One of the biggest and most popular destinations in the area is located just about a mile away off of Alafaya Trail. This is where the Waterford Lakes Town Center Mall is located. The mall is home to numerous big- name stores providing a wide assortment of goods and services. Some of the biggest in the area include Target, Men’s Warehouse, Sports Authority, Best Buy, Rack Room Shoes, Home Depot, Famous Footwear, Dress Barn, Party City, and Mattress Giant.

Also located in the Waterford Lakes Town Center area is a large Regal Cinemas Stadium 20 movie theater with Imax. This large movie theater shows most of the biggest new releases and has many show times, making it extremely convenient for patrons. The movie theater is popular with many families, as well as teenagers. Another popular destination in the same plaza is Chuck E Cheese, which provides animatronic shows, has a large game area, and a massive ball pit and play zone. It is also a favorite spot for children’s birthday parties, especially younger children.

Also located off of Alafaya Trail is one of the most popular areas for dining out. Here you will find some of the biggest, most popular restaurants in the Orlando area. The restaurants are so numerous in this location that it would be difficult to imagine a type of food that isn’t served in some form.

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