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Longleaf in Trinity FL - A Place to Call Home

 

Longleaf in Trinity FL - A Place to Call Home


Looking for a place to call home: Longleaf in Trinity, Florida is the hometown you may be looking for. With  a wide variety of styles and roomy front porches that can accommodate swings and rocking
Longleaf in Trinity Floridachairs, and white picket fences around the yard; there is something for everyone. Choose your lifestyle: Home styles range from single-family to maintenance-free townhomes and apartments. Click to search for homes for sale

The Starkey Family owned the property for many years known as Starkey Ranch; when they decided to develop it,  they wanted natural greenbelts and tranquil
lakes for fishing. There are also playgrounds, ball fields; paved hike and bike trails. Now known as Longleaf. The community's website is Longleaf Community.

Enjoy the village green, a town meeting hall, shops, restaurants and more. Longleaf Elementary School, Longleaf Learning Center, and Trinity Lutheran Church are also located in the LongLeaf town area. A Farmer’s Market is held there when produce is ready. LongLeaf’s  children also attend Seven Springs Middle and J.W.Mitchell High School.

The Longleaf homes have that old-style look outside but are very contemporary inside with 2-4 bedrooms, modern kitchens, 2-3 car garages and many have pools.

The Longleaf community is  located in Trinity, FL  off Starkey Blvd and SR 54 with an easy ride to the Suncoast Parkway  which means easy access to Tampa. Lots of stores and kid-friendly restaurants including Grille 54, Bonefish, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Tijuana Flats are within close range when you are hungry. The new Regional Hospital has opened and is close by.

 


 


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Selling West Pasco and North Pinellas Counties for 21 Years

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