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Wesley Chapel, Florida Real Estate

The residential neighborhoods here in Wesley Chapel and Wesley Chapel South are thriving. New developments continue to crop up, offering many housing options for buyers. Real estate prices for detached, single-family homes in Wesley Chapel range from $100,000 to upwards of $3.5 million. Gorgeous waterfront estates can be purchased at the higher end of this price range. Golf course frontage and water frontage properties for sale are available in the Saddlebrook development, while Lexington Oaks, Meadow Point and Seven Oaks offer more of a family atmosphere.

Golf course homes are available from the sale price of $400,000; waterfront homes are available starting from $350,000. Family homes in the Seven Oaks neighborhood are priced in the low $300,000s. Some neighborhoods offer residents access to community recreational facilities, including swimming pools. Many homes have scenic water views as well.

The communities also offer a diverse selection of condominiums and townhouses. Sale prices for these units range from $90,000 to close to $200,000. Undeveloped residential land is also available for custom building.
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Wesley Chapel Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Florida

The communities of Wesley Chapel and Wesley Chapel South are a suburban paradise. Located in southern Pasco County, between Interstate 75 and State Route 301, the Wesley Chapels are characterized by gorgeous homes and an air of exciting growth. This section of Pasco County was once primarily fields and pastures. The serenity of the region's undeveloped area remains while homes and shopping areas are developed to support the recent growth.

The population is about 44,000 and growing, as more families get to know Wesley Chapel. Real estate options consist of single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, homes in golf communities, and waterfront homes. The local economy is gaining ground as well. Wesley Chapel has excellent medical facilities and an increasing number of dining and retail establishments. The majority of the workforce is divided into three sectors: educational, health and social services; finance, insurance and real estate; and retail trade. Tampa is close enough to commute—just 25 miles south of Wesley Chapel and Wesley Chapel South along Interstate 75.

Students attend the Pasco County School District, which operates 76 schools throughout the county. For recreation, residents enjoy the many attractions and venues throughout central Florida. Local parklands, canals and beaches provide plenty of opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and natural surroundings for which the state is known. Athletic fields and courts, movie theatres and shopping can be found in and around Wesley Chapel. The Wesley Chapel Regional Park, currently in development, will soon offer residents access to a swimming pool, recreation center, nature walks, football and soccer fields and a children's playground.

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