Although a small suburban city composed of only 2.7 square miles, Port Richey, Florida, is home to approximately 2,700 residents in Pasco County. Port Richey was established near the mouth of the Pithlachascotee River in 1884 and incorporated as a municipality in 1925. The neighboring community of New Port Richey was incorporated a year earlier but is actually the younger of the two communities, having been established around 1915.
Despite its small size, Port Richey has over seventy distinct neighborhoods and boasts a variety of real estate options with homes of many styles. Most homes in Port Richey are attached and single family homes within a broad price range of $25,000 to $2.7 million. There are newly constructed custom homes and historic residences built in the early 1900’s. The neighborhood of Gulf Highlands is one of Port Richey’s splendid communities comprised of attached and single family homes in florida and ranch styles. Most Gulf Highlands homes were built between 1971 and 2006 and have 1,176 to 2,722 square feet with two to four bedrooms and one to three bathrooms.
The cost of homes in Gulf Highlands range from $25,000 to $140,000 with an average closing price around $45 per square foot. With no HOA fees to worry about, Gulf Highlands is a great place for first time home buyers and for buyers looking for investment properties. Buy a home in Gulf Highlands and enjoy quick and convenient access to U.S. Highway 19, the Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park and great options for shopping, dining and entertainment. Students in Gulf Highlands are served by Bayonet Point Middle and Gulf Highlands Elementary schools.
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