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Astor Farms

Free Preserve at Astor Farms Neighborhoods Sales Alert

As long time Astor Farms home owners (since 2006) and proud sponsors of the official Astor Farms HOA newsletter, we are happy to provide all residents of our beautiful community with this free service.

Stay updated on real estate activity in Preserve at Astor Farms. Find out the sales price for the house down the street. With our free “Neighborhood Sales Alert,” we can give you the sales prices of all (recently) sold properties in Astor Farms. Or, we can give you the sales price of a specific property.

For a FREE Astor Farms Neighborhood Sales Alert, simply complete and submit the form below.

We will then send you either the home value of a specific home (please provide us with the exact address) or most recent sales data in a specific neighborhood (please provide us with the name of the subdivision). Then just specify how often you would like to receive updates. Monthly, twice a month, weekly or as soon as there is a new update available.

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Click here for a map view of recently SOLD properties in The Preserve at Astor Farms – the map also includes homes that are currently “pending” (= scheduled to close in the near future)

Recent Sales in Astor Farms Sanford

If you have any immediate questions about real estate in our neighborhood or about the value of your home, please call/text us at 407-340-6458 or click here.

We look forward to keeping you updated!


Your neighbors Jose & Claudia
Jose Rodriguez & Claudia Mundlos
Charles Rutenberg Realty

Homes currently for sale in the Preserve at Astor Farms, Sanford

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Astor Farms and the Titanic…

A little history about the Astor Farms area… sent to us by an Astor Farms homeowner (she found this info online):

The Astor area and much of the land along the St Johns river was inhabited by Timucua natives prior to settlement by Europeans. In 1822, a plantation growing sugar cane and oranges was established by a Jewish immigrant, Moses Elias Levy. Early efforts of settlement all met with failure due to war or disease and until the 1870’s the area was largely deserted. In 1874, William Backhouse Astor, Sr., from New York City’s wealthy Astor family purchased over 12,000 acres of land and began to establish a town he called Manhattan. Over the next twenty years the town grew, but the name Manhattan never caught on. When Astor died in 1794, the town was officially renamed Astor in his honor. His son, John Jacob Astor IV inherited his father’s estate and continued to promote the town. John died in the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, and the estate passed to his son, William Vincent Astor. William was not interested in his grandfather’s Florida enterprises. The Astor family’s interests in the area were sold. Gradually, Astor’s prosperity and prominence declined and today the community is a subdivision named Astor Farms and surroundings are a popular spot for fishing, hunting, and boating enthusiasts.