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Meadow Pointe

Encompassing over 1,800 acres, half of which have been set aside for conservation and recreation, Meadow Pointe is one of Wesley Chapel’s largest master planned communities. Meadow Pointe families enjoy an array of amenities including two swimming pools, tennis, basketball, volleyball, racquetball, a community clubhouse, and an on-site daycare facility.

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Meadow Pointe is ideally situated off Bruce B. Downs Blvd. along County Line Road and is only about one mile south of State Road 56, which provides convenient access to both I-75 and I-275. Meadow Pointe is often considered part of New Tampa, its immediate neighbor to the south, but its Pasco County location offers residents lower taxes and insurance than their New Tampa neighbors.

Meadow Pointe’s size means residents have a wide range of housing opportunities. Whether you’re looking for a maintenance-free, single-story villa, a multi-story townhome, or a single-family home with views of greenspaces, there’s a robust selection in Meadow Pointe. Homebuilders include, David Weekley, Pulte Homes, Inland Homes, Suarez Housing, Lennar Homes, Tripp Trademark Homes, Windjammer Homebuilders, and Premier Design Homes.

Meadow Pointe is a CDD Community, with smaller HOA’s in each village.

Meadow Pointe is set up as Community Development District (CDD or District) funded through an assessment which appears on each property owner’s tax bill. Though not materially different from a non-CDD community, the CDD gives residents a higher standard of recreational amenities and landscaping than would have otherwise been possible. Residents know that today’s community maintenance standards continue in the future!

Within Meadow Pointe, there are 4 residential/commercial CDDs, and 1 wholly commercial CDD, which are governed separately.

Meadow Pointe 1 Meadow Pointe 2 Meadow Pointe 3 Meadow Pointe 4
Arbors
Broadlands
Grasslands
Hammocks
Meadowlands
Parkland
Pinedale
Savannahs
Springs
Summerbrooke
Woodlands
Charlesworth*
Covina key
Colehaven
Deer Run
Glenham
Iverson
Lettingwell*
Longleaf*
Manor Isle
Morningside
Sedgwick*
Tullamore
Vermillion*
Wellington
Wrencrest*HOAs
Ammanford
Hillhurst Crossing
Broughton Place
Whitlock
Alchester
Larkenheath
Beaconsfield
Heatherstone
Sheringham
Nesslewood
Claridge Place
Whisenton Place
Parkmonte
Shellwood Place
Fennwood Crossing
Windsor
1,458 residential homes
MP 2 has approximately 2400 homes including townhomes & villas
Between MP 3 & 4, there are 4,520 planned homes including townhomes & villas
All villages in MP3 & 4 have HOAs

 

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  1. Sandra Morrison

    New Low-Cost Route 275LX Connects New Tampa and Wesley Chapel Communities Directly to Tampa International Airport

    Now, commutes to and from the Tampa International Airport and downtown Tampa will be much more accessible and affordable for customers and residents alike. Starting Sunday, July 1, HART is launching the new Route 275LX, connecting Pasco County and North Tampa to Tampa International Airport and business districts in downtown Tampa and the Westshore area.

    This seven day a week limited express route, the first of its kind in the region, will provide hourly service, connecting Hillsborough and Pasco Counties, and easy access throughout the Tampa Bay region for employment, entertainment, medical and educational opportunities. Customers can enjoy daily rides to or from the airport, seven days a week for only $2 per trip and stay connected with free onboard Wi-Fi. Using their Wi-Fi enabled device, they can check their e-mail, complete work tasks, or surf the web from the comfort of their seats.

    The new Route 275LX is a bonus for New Tampa and Wesley Chapel employees traveling to and from work, as well as the estimated 123,000 residents living in communities within the service area. This route will also reduce traffic congestion on regional roadways, which means less pollution and a lowered carbon footprint for these thriving communities.

    In fact, area residents and businesses in both New Tampa and Wesley Chapel requested this route. It was the valuable customer feedback during the Authority public meetings and hearings that inspired the vision. In response to passenger requests, HART responded by investing funds provided by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in a cost-efficient manner that will save taxpayers and customers money.

    As the Interim Chief Executive Officer of HART, Jeff Seward explains: “The Route 275LX is the latest measure in HART’s ongoing commitment to providing outstanding, ever-improving customer service coupled with responsible environmental stewardship and sustainable taxpayer savings. HART’s new Route 275LX launch directly supports and facilitates regional connectivity, tourism, and improving quality of life.”

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