Located in Trinity, Longleaf prides itself on its small town atmosphere and close-knit community bond. Residents are just a short drive away from the finest entertainment, dining and shopping of Pasco County, however with all that Longleaf has to offer, many residents don’t feel the need to venture out of the gates!
Behind the gates, there are a wide variety of homes for homebuyers to choose from, including single-family residences, estate homes, apartments and townhomes. If you dream of a home with tree-lined streets, friendly neighbors and a white picket fence, it’s time to say “hello” to Longleaf in Trinity.
Do you think friendly neighbors waving hello over a white picket fence is something you only see in the movies? Welcome to Longleaf, where these fantasies become a reality. This close-knit community, located in Trinity within Pasco County, gives residents the small town atmosphere that is so hard to find elsewhere in the area.
Longleaf strikes a perfect balance for residents who crave the peaceful small town atmosphere, but still want to be close to the city, since Trinity is driving distance to both Wesley Chapel and Tampa.
This community was designed around the beautiful Florida landscape, making room for residents to co-exist with the world around them. Besides the thoughtfully designed architecture and wide variety of home options from single-family residences to apartments and townhomes, Longleaf residents also get to enjoy these amenities:
-ball and tennis courts
-downtown area with restaurants and shops
The Longleaf community offers various ways for residents to enjoy life behind the gates. Kids will love stretching their legs and acting their age on one of the community playgrounds. After they wear themselves out, spread a picnic out on one of the picnic areas to unwind after a long day of play. Residents of all ages will spend every spare minute at the community pool, a great place to reconnect with family members and meet new neighbors all at once. Have any sports fanatics in the home? Head to one of the community ball courts and tennis courts, a perfect place to fine tine your skills or engage in a little friendly competition.
In the downtown Longleaf area, there are lively restaurants and shops for residents to visit as well as a space to hold town halls, bringing this community together as one.
Why live in Florida if you can’t enjoy the beautiful sunshine? Longleaf offers a number of ways throughout the community to do just that. Residents can hike or bike down the paved nature trails, or enjoy a little peace and quiet next to one of the tranquil lakes. Or, grab a pole and catch dinner in one of these lakes, as many residents enjoy fishing in their downtime.
Many of the community events organized by residents, including camping, s’mores nights and scavenger hunts occur in these natural green spaces, bringing neighbors together to mix and mingle.