CLEAR LAKE BUNCHE MANOR - HOLLANDO   Named for the first black Noble Peace Prize winner, Ralph Bunche and an early Orlando land-owner, Frank Holland, established in 1955. Home of Orlando’s 1st black State Representative, 1st black Chief Judge and 2nd City Commissioner. Home of George Barker Park, named for a City Parks Official.

CLEAR LAKE BUNCHE MANOR - HOLLANDO

Named for the first black Noble Peace Prize winner, Ralph Bunche and an early Orlando land-owner, Frank Holland, established in 1955. Home of Orlando’s 1st black State Representative, 1st black Chief Judge and 2nd City Commissioner. Home of George Barker Park, named for a City Parks Official.

CLEAR LAKE COVE   Named for the largest lake in West Lakes. Established in 1968 with streets named for the assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. and his family members. A single access point for entry and one of the first neighborhoods in Orlando with  utilities installed underground. Most houses built to architect specifications between 1969 and 1975. Home of Orlando’s only Miss America 2004.

CLEAR LAKE COVE

Named for the largest lake in West Lakes. Established in 1968 with streets named for the assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. and his family members. A single access point for entry and one of the first neighborhoods in Orlando with utilities installed underground. Most houses built to architect specifications between 1969 and 1975. Home of Orlando’s only Miss America 2004.

LORNA DOONE   Affectionately called the “Heart of West Lakes.” Named for the English romantic novel, “Lorna Doone.” Contains the memorial tribute to historic Tinker Field. Home of Camping World Stadium and historic Goff’s Ice Cream. Most houses were built in 1945-1960. Earliest houses were built in 1925. Home of Jones High School, historic African-American high school with a premiere marching band.

LORNA DOONE

Affectionately called the “Heart of West Lakes.” Named for the English romantic novel, “Lorna Doone.” Contains the memorial tribute to historic Tinker Field. Home of Camping World Stadium and historic Goff’s Ice Cream. Most houses were built in 1945-1960. Earliest houses were built in 1925. Home of Jones High School, historic African-American high school with a premiere marching band.

 
LAKE SUNSET LUOLA TERRACE   Oldest of the West Lakes neighborhoods, established in 1925. Named for Orlando’s  west lake on the edge of town facing the setting sun.  The “Luola Terrace” area was established in 1957, named from Luola Cox, wife of early Orlando butcher & dairyman who owned the land. Home of Orange Center Elementary School and Lizzie Rodgers Park, named for community activist.

LAKE SUNSET LUOLA TERRACE

Oldest of the West Lakes neighborhoods, established in 1925. Named for Orlando’s west lake on the edge of town facing the setting sun. The “Luola Terrace” area was established in 1957, named from Luola Cox, wife of early Orlando butcher & dairyman who owned the land. Home of Orange Center Elementary School and Lizzie Rodgers Park, named for community activist.

ROCK LAKE   Mid-century architectural gem with striking houses. Named “Rock Lake” for its rock limestone shore. Contains Rock Lake Elementary School & Neighborhood Community Center. Earliest house built in 1930 in Orange Grove. Nearly all houses were built between 1955-1958 in Westchester Manor, Tampa Terrace & Rock Lake Shores. Home of the Orlando Union Rescue Shelter for Women and Children.

ROCK LAKE

Mid-century architectural gem with striking houses. Named “Rock Lake” for its rock limestone shore. Contains Rock Lake Elementary School & Neighborhood Community Center. Earliest house built in 1930 in Orange Grove. Nearly all houses were built between 1955-1958 in Westchester Manor, Tampa Terrace & Rock Lake Shores. Home of the Orlando Union Rescue Shelter for Women and Children.