4205 Starkey Blvd, New Port Richey, FL 34655

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4205 Starkey Blvd is aland property for lease in New Port Richey, FL.

The opportunity is to develop 134.16*± acres at Longleaf, consisting of 5 parcels of vacant land located off Starkey Boulevard, Pasco County, New Port Richey, FL 34655. The site is north of the existing community of “Longleaf”. “Longleaf” offers a ‘village’ type setting of tree-lined streets with wide sidewalks, a variety of home styles, common areas such as pool, spa, playground, ball fields and trails. The conceptual site plans show many homesites with views of ponds. There are many residential subdivisions in the surrounding area: Fairway Springs, Seven Springs Condo, Golf View Villas, Riverchase, River Side Village and two new ones are “Starkey Ranch” and “Asturia” to the east. The Anclote River runs along the west side of the site.

The parcels are located to the west of Starkey Boulevard, Pasco County, New Port Richey, FL34655. They are north of State Road 54, a major east-west thoroughfare.U.S. Highway 19 is to the west and the Suncoast Parkway is to the east. In close proximity to the parcels is Medical Center of Trinity West Pasco Campus, YMCA of the Suncoast, JW Mitchell High School, and a Walmart, and Publix anchored center.

Access is good from Starkey Boulevard.

*134.16± Acres Per legal description.
18-26-17-0000-00100-0000 = 10.60 acres
18-26-17-0000-00100-0086 = 60.27 acres
18-26-17-0000-00100-0087 = 29.08 acres
19-26-17-0000-00100-0028 = 5.44 acres
19-26-17-0000-00100-0029 = 37.74 acres
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*143.13± Acres Per Tax Assessor Office.

The property was foreclosed in April 2015 with the ownership of Longleaf CDD Holdings LLC. The site was planned as the upper end portion of “Longleaf” a tired community, established in 1998. Any offer will be subject to the approval of the Longleaf CDD Board and the Trustee.

A Preliminary Title Committment is on file with legal description. MPUD
Believed to be offsite in Phase I of “Longleaf”.

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