People choose to live in Pasco County for a variety of reasons.
Many are attracted to the areas serenity and rural charm; others come seeking distance from the larger urban centers in Florida. But everyone agrees that Pascos warm Gulf breezes and spectacular sunsets enhance the quality of living. Land and home values in Pasco County are among the best in central Florida. Here, residents enjoy country living and a relaxed atmosphere, but also take advantage of the major employment opportunities, cultural centers, and numerous professional sports franchises within commuting distance.
Pasco County offers a wide range of home styles, sizes, and price ranges. Residents have many housing options, ranging from homes in mature, established neighborhoods to those in new subdivisions. A variety of spacious condominium and apartment complexes offer residents additional housing options, and Pasco Countys senior citizens are served by a variety of facilities designed to meet their needs. Despite the tranquility of Pasco County, residents are treated to a variety of urban conveniences and amenities. And for those who enjoy heading in to the city, the Tampa/St. Petersburg area is just a short drive from Pasco.
Pascos major developments include Longleaf, a proposed traditional neighborhood development, in southwest Pasco County. Longleaf will be composed of four neighborhoods, separated by greenbelts. Apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes will provide up to 1,050 residences. With traffic-calming measures and wide sidewalks, this new community will promote the pedestrian activity that is popular in Pasco County.
The Homes of Lake Jovita is another major Pasco County addition in northeastern Pasco. Lining the stunning Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, and bordering lakes and preservation areas, this subdivision features a wide range of home styles and price ranges. An emphasis is placed here on unique design and quality craftsmanship. Safety and a wealth of amenities and conveniences are additionally emphasized in this development.
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