Beautiful Homes for Sale in Wesley Chapel, FL
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Wesley Chapel Communities
- Arbor Woods
- Chapel Pines
- Country Walk
- Fox Ridge
- Lexington Oaks
- Meadow Pointe
- New River
- Palm Cove
- Quail Hollow
- Seven Oaks
- Union Park
- Wiregrass Ranch
- Wiregrass Ranch – Estancia
Wesley Chapel Homes for sale
Wesley Chapel is a growing community which is located in the beautiful and prosperous Pasco County, where visitors are continually falling in love with the area's charm. Wesley Chapel is located north of New Tampa, where undeveloped land and citrus fields are rapidly becoming beautiful master-planned communities, golf courses and malls. The luxurious Saddlebrook Resort is in the center of this close knit community, and offers visitors as well as residents the ultimate resort experience. You can see the pages of the Southern Living® magazine come to life many of the Wesley Chapel homes for sale. From these southern estates to the family-friendly amenities and activities at Seven Oaks, Wesley Chapel is sure to be home to a neighborhood that perfectly suits your lifestyle.
The lower tax rates in Pasco County is just an added incentive to make you want to purchase one of the many Wesley Chapel homes for sale. Even better, the community is an easy commute to and from all of Tampa's offerings, and it is just a 90 minute drive to such attractions as Disney World and Sea World. So, you can live in the quaint small town (with a population of about 44,092 as of 2000) and still have easy access to larger attractions and amenities. The public schools are amazing in the area providing a quality education to your children as well as enriching their lives with sports and a variety of extracurricular activities to participate in. In fact the residents of Wesley Chapel are such big fans of the University of Florida Wesley Chapel has often been referred to as “Gatorville,” they take their sports seriously in these parts. If you are ready for a change and are ready for luxurious new surroundings then the houses and communities of Wesley Chapel should be on the top of the list of places to consider.
As the Wesley Chapel continues to move closer to future development, it is a bit closer to getting an off ramp. One year after Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $15 million that was supposed to be used to build an interchange at Overpass Rd. and l-75; he has allowed roughly the same amount ($15 million) to remain in the upcoming state budget.
Although the amount is not enough to fund the project which needs about $64 million, it is large enough to get the project started. According to Mike Moore (Pasco County commissioner), aside from the fact that the proposed interchange will relieve traffic at the S.R. 54 and S.R. 56 exits in Wesley Chapel, it will also improve emergency evacuation and response time in the county.
More also says it will be a big help in the area as it will help districts like the Pasadena Hills and the Connected City project which is currently under development in northern Wesley Chapel. The Connected City under development is running north from Wesley Chapel Overpass Rd. to the San Antonio S.R. 52, and east from l-75 to Curley Rd. By the time the project is complete, there will be 37,000 homes, 100,000 residents and 67,000 jobs in the Connected City.
Those are not the only development that will come to this area; Quail Hollow will also be adding 400 homes on the former golf property. More says “We are preparing for 20, 30 and 40 years down the road.” The plan to build the new l-75 interchange at Overpass Rd. is part of the big project that will link Old Pasco Rd. to U.S. Hwy 301 in Zephyrhills.
The county thinks the project identified in the 2009 Pasco MPO’s (Metropolitan Planning Organization) Transportation Update Plan through 2035 will be completed by November 2022 because aside from the $15 million included in the state budget, there is already a $30million. So the county needs additional $20 million to complete the fund for the project.
Currently, the Overpass Rd. is a two-lane roadway, but it will be widened to four lanes in addition to the interstate exit. The four lanes will start from l-75 all the way to Old Pasco Rd. It is now clear that Wesley Chapel will soon develop into a better county with more jobs, homes and residents.