In west-central Pasco County there is a splendid suburban city called New Port Richey, Florida. New Port Richey is composed of 4.6 square miles in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metropolitan area. Straddling U.S. 19, New Port Richey makes travel easy for its residents with convenient access to Interstate 75 and State Routes 56, 54 and 52. New Port Richey has a perfect blend of culture, business, nature and small town charm. Home to 288 distinct neighborhoods, New Port Richey is a great place to buy a home.
If you are considering buying a home in New Port Richey, you should consider the homes for sale in Longleaf. Longleaf has an undeniable charm with a strong home town ambiance. Homes in Longleaf often have large front porches and white picket fences. This charming neighborhood has neo-traditional single family homes and two-story townhomes with garages. Located in close proximity to Trinity, Longleaf is an “all inclusive” neighborhood with its own pedestrian-friendly downtown area with wonderful shops and restaurants.
Homes in Longleaf were constructed between 1983 and 2016 and range in size from 1,432 to 5,444 square feet with two to five bedrooms and two to five bathrooms. Longleaf homes range in price from $81,500 to $424,000 with a median sale price around $253,500 and an average sale price around $96 per square foot. Depending upon whether you buy a single family home or townhome, HOA fees range from $45 to $1,400 quarterly, and property taxes range from around $1,585 to $6,845. A family friendly neighborhood, Longleaf is served by Longleaf Elementary, Seven Springs Middle and James W. Mitchell High schools.
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