The one and two story homes you would expect to find for sale in the Waterset Neighborhood Homes in Apollo Beach Florida are generally going to range between 1530 and 3600 square feet. Construction of these homes began in 2012 and still actively under construction. The smaller homes have 3 bedrooms while larger floor plans have a 4 or 5 bedroom layout. Floor plans feature spacious gourmet kitchens, dining rooms, outdoor fireplaces, and spacious master bedrooms. Each home has an attached with space for two or three vehicles.
Prices vary depending upon floor plan, size, view, condition, and upgrades to the homes. Home prices range between $345,000 to $475,000.
Several parks, trails, and shopping centers are all within a few miles of the Waterset Neighborhood Homes. 12 miles to Westfield Brandon shopping mall, 24 miles to University of South Florida, St. Josephs Hospital-South, 15 Miles to Downtown Tampa, 23 miles to Tampa International Airport, and 24 miles to MacDill Airforce Base.
The Waterset Neighborhood Homes in Apollo Beach Florida are a great place to call home. You will not be disappointed if you end up living here. You can find homes for sale in Waterset (if there are any available today) as well as all available Apollo Beach Florida homes for sale on my website.
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