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Montverde is a town in Lake County, Florida, United States. The population was 1,463 at the 2010 census and an estimated 1,675 in 2018. It is part of the OrlandoKissimmeeSanford Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Montverde is the location of a Native American burial ground. The earliest record of American settlement is from 1865. Initially named "West Lake Apopka", the site took the name "Monte Verde" from a settler from Vermont who remarked on its rolling green hills while arriving at the site by boat on Lake Apopka. The town of Montverde was incorporated on May 18, 1925.
The central feature of the town is Montverde Academy, a private preparatory school for primary and secondary students. The school was opened in 1912.
Montverde is located in southeastern Lake County at 283558N 814034W / 28.599476N 81.676221W / 28.599476; -81.676221, on the southwest shore of Lake Apopka. The town sits on hills that rise 50 to 100 feet (15 to 30m) above the elevation of the lake. It is 18 miles (29km) south of Tavares, the Lake county seat, and 24 miles (39km) northwest of Orlando.
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