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Seven Oaks Mixed Use Site

5052 Eagleston Blvd., Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544 - Pasco County
$1,000 34.62 Acres
Property ID 3127402

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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION This Seven Oaks Mixed Use Site is located in the Seven Oaks Community in Pasco County, Wesley Chapel, FL. Seven Oaks is a master planned community encompassing 2,500 acres developed by Crown Community Development. The subject property is 34.62 acres and has entitlements for 750 multifamily units or 131,062 SF of commercial. Seller will consider subdividing. PLEASE CALL FOR PRICING.

24.85 acres located adjacent to I-75. The site offers excellent visibility from I-75 with an over 76,000-vehicle average daily traffic count. Great location for commercial uses looking for high visibility, multi-family, townhouse, and/or senior housing.

9.77 acres and is located on the east side of Eagleston Blvd just east of the first site. The site offers a great opportunity to develop townhouses, multi-family, and/or senior housing within the Seven Oaks Community.

LOCATION DESCRIPTION South of SR 54 between I-75 & Bruce B. Downs Boulevard in Pasco County.

PROPERTY SIZE 34.62 Acres

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PARCEL ID NUMBERS -

Property #1: 12-26-19-0000-00500-0N2A, 13-26-19-0000-00100-0N2A 13-26-19-0000-00100-0N2B & 13-26-19-0000-00100-0N30 (24.85 Acres)

Property #2: 13-26-19-0000-00100-0N4A (9.77 Acres)

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