Dundee is a quaint little town outside of Winter Haven, Florida. With a population of less then 3,800 residents and about 12 square miles of land, this area is boasting with southern charm. Dundee is located off the Hwy 27 corridor, which makes it an easy commute to Haines City, Lake Wales, Sebring and nearby Winter Haven. This quiet community in Polk County is known for it’s beautiful lakes, friendly folks, fresh citrus and southern hospitality. Whether you are a life long resident or just passing through, we can help you find what you’re looking for.
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Dundee, Florida – Taste of History: This area was named in 1910 after a man named Menzie who was from Dundee, Scotland. He named one of the lakes, Lake Menzie as well. It wasn’t long until the construction of the Dundee railroad station which ran through the town to Haines City and Sebring and the arrival of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. The town was incorporated in 1924. Citrus was booming and brought people in from all over to the area. Today, this town is still known for its flourishing citrus industry and central Florida is one of the best places in the world to grow citrus.