Longleaf is located in New Port Richey, Florida, approximately 40 miles northwest of downtown Tampa. The property is a master-planned Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) fully entitled for 500 residential units on 222 acres. The project was launched in the late 1990s with Neighborhoods 1 and 2, which included a small town center and 345 residential units.
Longleaf was designed around the finest traditions in town planning with exceptional amenities. Longleaf Elementary School (K-5) is located within the community and has scored an “A+” rating for eight years in a row. Other amenities include a village green, downtown dining and retail, playgrounds, parks, tennis courts, ball fields, a pool and spa, paved hike and bike trails, and fishing lakes. The existing community of Longleaf provides future developers, builders and, ultimately, homeowners with a proven example of a well-built and amenity-rich community with dedicated private and public services.
Longleaf offers a small town spirit with modern-day conveniences and amenities. Carrying forward and completing one of the most successful TND’s in Tampa will provide the future developers and builders with financial and reputational success.
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Longleaf benefits from a quaint, suburban setting, but also has the conveniences of many urban areas. The Longleaf community is situated along Starkey Boulevard, just north of State Road 54 and adjacent to the Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Preserve. The property is less than two miles from Pasco County Hospital’s Medical Center of Trinity, and less than 8 miles from both the Gulf of Mexico and the Suncoast Parkway, which has direct access to the Tampa International Airport and the city of Tampa. A variety of amenities are within close proximity to Longleaf, including golf courses, public parks, and retail—making this submarket desirable for a wide array of residents.
Longleaf is located in the rapidly growing area of Trinity, which has seen the most significant price appreciation in all of Pasco County. New Port Richey has over 8,700 housing units with a homeownership rate of 58%.