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Old 12-26-2011, 04:52 PM
 
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What are the nice or not so nice areas of Sanford? I'm looking towards the east side of Sanford since my commute might be to Titusville

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Old 12-26-2011, 05:02 PM
 
Location: Asheville, NC
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What are the nice or not so nice areas of Sanford? I'm looking towards the east side of Sanford since my commute might be to Titusville

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My first question, are schools of importance? Are you looking to buy or rent? What price range?
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Old 12-26-2011, 05:28 PM
 
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Schools no. I'll be looking to rent a house and I have seen a few online, but I don't know much about the neighborhoods
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Old 12-26-2011, 05:53 PM
 
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Schools no. I'll be looking to rent a house and I have seen a few online, but I don't know much about the neighborhoods
OK, that helps. If you want to be on the east side of Sanford, look over by Lake Jessup. Also, there are areas off Lake Mary Blvd by Seminole State College and a little further down by Lowes. The historic part of downtown on the east side of 17/92 to Sanford Ave is nice a well. Downtown Sanford has alot going on and the Riverwalk is there. They have festivals and holiday events. The downtown has shops, restaurants and bars. I like it alot
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Old 12-28-2011, 01:28 AM
 
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You might consider Oviedo as well. It would be a reasonable commute.
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Old 12-28-2011, 07:35 AM
 
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OK, that helps. If you want to be on the east side of Sanford, look over by Lake Jessup. Also, there are areas off Lake Mary Blvd by Seminole State College and a little further down by Lowes. The historic part of downtown on the east side of 17/92 to Sanford Ave is nice a well. Downtown Sanford has alot going on and the Riverwalk is there. They have festivals and holiday events. The downtown has shops, restaurants and bars. I like it alot
Becky pretty much nailed it in terms of neighborhoods. You might also look if you feel the need for more choices to the area on either side of West 25th Street just past the 417. Chase Groves is a newer subdivision on the west side and Idylwilde is a desirable/well established neighborhood on the east side. 25th Street rarely has much traffic and from this area it's a few minutes to 17-92, and from there a couple of traffic lights before you head out of town eastbound on SR46.
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Old 12-28-2011, 08:32 AM
 
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Becky pretty much nailed it in terms of neighborhoods. You might also look if you feel the need for more choices to the area on either side of West 25th Street just past the 417. Chase Groves is a newer subdivision on the west side and Idylwilde is a desirable/well established neighborhood on the east side. 25th Street rarely has much traffic and from this area it's a few minutes to 17-92, and from there a couple of traffic lights before you head out of town eastbound on SR46.
Chase Groves is a nice subdivision and has reasonably priced homes. When we moved from PA, we almost bought there. The only reason we didn't was b/c we wanted to be zoned for Lake Mary High. There are several subdivisions on Upsala and Country Club Road that nice. Not too mention, they are very conveniently located to everything.
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