Pasco County is in the state of Florida and is considered in the Tampa-Saint Petersburg-Clearwater, Tampa Bay Area. The county is named for Samuel Pasco, who was a United States Senator from Florida in the late 1880s. Dade City is the county seat. The largest city in the county is Port Richey. At the time of the 2010 census, Pasco County had a population of 464,697 residents. Pasco County has a total area of 868 square miles with 747 square miles of land and 122 square miles of water. Suburbs of Tampa are located in Pasco county.
Residents of Pasco County enjoy the close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and all that includes: sunning on pristine beaches, swimming, boating, and fishing. Great effort has been made to protect popular coastal areas from overdevelopment leaving plenty of room for kayaking, canoeing, sailing, powerboating, jet and skiing. Pasco County has numerous parks and trails for hiking, some along rivers and the Gulf of Mexico. East Pasco is transitioning from agrarian and forested areas to a more suburban area. Children in Pasco County attend schools operated by Pasco County Schools.
Newly constructed condominiums and single-family homes are available in the Pasco County real estate market. There are a wide variety of styles to choose from including Mediterranean, traditional, craftsman, and Italian villa. The starting price for a condo in Pasco County is about $129,857 with prices going up to $319,990. The price for a newly constructed single-family home in Pasco County starts at $120,000 and goes up to as much as $2,286,000.
Please do not hesitate to contact us today to schedule an appointment to see any of our new construction properties available in the Pasco County area.