Community Information


Wintermere Pointe is a gated community of 203 single family homes located in SW Orange County. We are located at the intersection of CR Route 535 and Tilden Road, 1/2 mile south of the 429 Expressway. Home sizes range from 2000+ to 4000+ square feet, with both one and two story styles. We have two ponds, a small playground with a tennis court and several wetland/wooded areas. All utilities are underground, with DSL and cable Internet service available. State Road 50 is 3 miles north and access to the Florida Turnpike is only a few miles away. We are convenient to all area attractions, with Walt Disney World just a few miles south.

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Fondly referred to as a modern-day Mayberry USA by residents, Winter Garden is a Florida destination – only without pretense. Stroll down Plant Street in the Historic Downtown District and witness the renaissance of a vibrant community. Art studios and live theatre, bicycle stores and flower shops, and a wide range of restaurants flank the West Orange Trail.

Ranked as one of the fastest growing suburbs by, Winter Garden is much more than just another bedroom community. It is a place for growing families and businesses.



According to Blackman’s 1927 History of Orange County, many Winter Garden settlers were descendents of the Beulah Pioneers located two miles south of Winter Garden where Henry Harrell Farms was located in 1857.

First incorporated in 1903 through Orange County, the town’s charter was not adopted until September 25, 1908 with 25 residents present to vote on incorporating; 23 for and 3 against. The initial incorporated limits ran one mile east and west, and one mile and a half north and south. The name was first established as the Town of Winter Garden in 1908. The first elected officials included; A. B. Newton as Mayor, G. T. Smith as Clerk, J. S. Merritt as Clerk, G. J Strozier, J. L. Dillard, R. R. Roper, B. T. Boyd and L.D. Jones as Aldermen.



You can speed up the repair process with your own personal computer. Follow these instructions below to perform a “random act of kindness” for your community.
Using your Internet connection, navigate to

  • Choose FLORIDA under the RESIDENTAL box and click on GO.
  • Scroll down to NEEDS, ELECTRIC SERVICE in the center panel.
  • Enter your own customer information in the first section (only items in red).
  • Enter the LIGHT information.
  • Enter the PROBLEM WITH LIGHT information. You can leave the gate code blank.
  • Click on the SUBMIT button. You will get an email confirmation that your repair request has been


Bridgewater Middle School
Dillard Street Elementary School
Foundation Academy
Lake Whitney Elementary School
Lakeview Middle School
Sunridge Elementary School
Sunridge Middle School
West Orange High School
Whispering Oak Elementary School
Windermere High School