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Any brits in orlando FL area?

Old Jul 13th 2018, 3:39 pm
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Not sure but looking to buy a place in clermont or kissimmee with the idea to rent that place out an move on once ive some work on it

im flying own tuesday 17th till 23rd to look at places an biz meet ups so ill know more after that

hows it working out for you ?

wow sorry should have looked up and spell check that post sorry hahah

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Old Jul 13th 2018, 9:10 pm
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Originally Posted by sweeney77 View Post
Not sure but looking to buy a place in clermont or kissimmee with the idea to rent that place out an move on once ive some work on it

im flying own tuesday 17th till 23rd to look at places an biz meet ups so ill know more after that

hows it working out for you ?

wow sorry should have looked up and spell check that post sorry hahah
We love it down here. Currently in Celebration but have bought a new build in Winter Garden and are moving in October.
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Old Jul 13th 2018, 9:19 pm
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Oh yes we know it well our friends that work for Disney Bought a new build there and love it , I spoke to quite a few business and looked for something to buy in our price range but the prices shot up so much and with relocating and selling here I want to take smaller steps until we are settled down south , but it's getting a cool younger hipster vibe going sounds like you making all the right moves mate
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Old Mar 21st 2019, 2:12 pm
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Originally Posted by jammiie View Post
Where in the area are you moving to?

I'm from Nottingham but moved down to Orlando area from Boston last year.
hi, I'm originally from Manchester area, lived south of Boston. Now living 22miles from Disney for nearly 14 yrs.
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Old Apr 23rd 2019, 7:32 pm
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Originally Posted by r3dg3cko rob View Post
My Wife and I live in Winter garden, She's from Orlando and I moved here 5 years ago, I'm originally from St Ives, Cambridgeshire but I have family from Haworth, W Yorkshire. Not sure if it's the same one mentioned above but Fidlers Green is an Irish/British pub in Winter park and I always overhear other brits in there. There are good few of us out in the Winter garden area as I often overhear conversations. We have 2 young boys now so don't get out as much but we're still around Orlando
hi will be moving to winter garden next month from Essex U.K. can you offer any advice on good schools I’m zoned for tildenville but the reviews aren’t great ? Thanks for your time
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Old Apr 23rd 2019, 9:14 pm
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West of Winter Garden there's an acadamy school, Montverde in Minnieola. friend of mine who has since moved back to the UK sent his daughter there and raved about it.
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Old Feb 6th 2020, 11:00 pm
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hi, I'm originally from Manchester area, lived south of Boston. Now living 22miles from Disney for nearly 14 yrs.
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looking to move from Manchester to Jacksonville, do you know much about that city?
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.... Looking to move from Manchester to Jacksonville, do you know much about that city?
Jacksonville is a Southern city, not a Florida city - in other words it is more like Atlanta and Charlotte (Jacksonville is a very similar size to Charlotte), than cities in central and southern Florida, where Florida becomes a mashup of South New York and a Latin American country. Atlanta, Charlotte and Jacksonville have all grown rapidly, fueled by a large influx of US citizens coming from further north attracted by better weather, lower taxes, cheaper houses, and a large number of white collar jobs. All three also have second rate NFL teams.
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