Torey Pines is one neighborhood everyone really seems be attracted to. Whether it be the spacious half acre lots, the towering pines, or convenient location on Apopka-Vineland Rd. near Conroy-Windermere Rd., many of the Dr. Phillips home buyers I’ve worked with in my career ask about this community along with Bay Hill, Bristol Park, and Brentwood Club.
If they’ve been driving around the Dr. Phillips area, there’s a good chance that they will ask about these communities. The homes in Torey Pines were built back in the early 90’s when most of the new homes in SW Orlando were being built by custom builders. Nowadays, most homes under a million dollars are being built by production builders. My personal feeling is that home buyers are drawn to the uniqueness of every home and the spacious lots versus the dull symmetry and smaller lot sizes of newer homes in the area.
Even with the horrible real estate market the past 12 months, 5 sales have taken place at Torey Pines with an average price of $692,000 and average days on market of 96 days. The highest sale price was the sale of 5232 Hillview Lane for $825,000 and 8731 Summerville Place commanded the lowest sale price of $480,000. On a per square foot basis, the average price per foot was $196 and the median price per foot was $203.31. 5232 Hillview Lane also commanded the highest price per square foot of $204.16. Obviously, it’s a superb home with it being it being the Parade of Homes model when it was built and just a ton of upgrades including a basketball court, Verde marble, and Pebble-Tec pool.
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