In the heart of Wesley Chapel lies Seven Oaks, a master-planned community just north of New Tampa at the intersection of Bruce B. Downs and State Road 56. Strategically located within five minutes of two major interstates (I-75 & 275), Seven Oaks is convenient to downtown Tampa, the beaches, Tampa International Airport, and Tampa Bay. Across the street is the state-of-the-art Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and a first class outdoor mall, the Shops at Wiregrass. The new Tampa Premier Outlet mall at the intersection of I-75 and State Road 54 is 10 minutes away. Top-rated schools, an amazing pool and clubhouse area and individual village parks help make Seven Oaks one of the most desired new home communities in the New Tampa and Wesley Chapel areas.
Seven Oaks is one of the most sought-after communities in Wesley Chapel. Century-old trees, beautiful landscaping, and numerous community parks make Seven Oaks a great place to live. Encompassing 1,200 acres, Seven Oaks has over 700 acres of open space, including 485 acres of wetlands and conservation areas. Developed with the area’s natural landscape in mind, the community is full of lush, mature trees, vibrant flowers and expertly-planned landscaping. Spacious boulevards weave through 27 distinctive neighborhoods containing single-family homes, townhomes and apartments designed and built by the Tampa area’s most outstanding builders.
Seven Oaks provides homeowners with a peaceful, scenic environment. For those leisurely morning and evening walks and bike rides, Seven Oaks has miles and miles of sidewalks meandering through lushly landscaped villages, as well as over two miles of nature trails that sometimes venture through densely covered forest canopies, by lakes and wildlife habitats.
Imagine an early morning walk through quiet, serene nature trails, an all-day outing to the water park for a little family fun, or a get-together to watch the big game on the big screen in the clubhouse theater. Seven Oaks has truly elevated the definition of community living.
Homeowners revel in the luxurious, resort-like amenities at Seven Oaks. A 17-acre SportsCore and Club provides unlimited activities, featuring everything from swimming pools and playgrounds to basketball courts and movie nights in the theater room; and an array of community-planned activities and events that can be enjoyed year round.
The facility consists of a 7,800 square foot clubhouse complete with a multi-use gathering/party room, sit-down cafe, 29-seat movie theater, fitness room, conference room, and an aerobics room. Outdoor facilities consist of a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool with a 2-story slide, lagoon pool, and splash pool; 5 lighted Har Tru tennis courts; lighted full-court basketball, sand volleyball, softball and soccer fields; barbecue facilities; and a large covered playground.
Residents can host movie nights in the spacious theater room or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness center. The Conference Room is beneficial for those residents who would like some quiet time to study or read a book or take advantage of free Wi-Fi available throughout the clubhouse. The spacious gathering room and poolside cabanas are available to rent for parties and special events.
Seven Oaks is a deed restricted community with both HOA and CDD fees. The Sven Oaks Property Owners Association (SOPOA) is responsible for assisting home owners in maintaining the level of excellence throughout the Seven Oaks community. SOPOA, along with the management company, Associa Gulf Coast , work to insure that the entire community is maintained in way that will maintain home values and provide a high quality of life for every homeowner.
The Seven Oaks Community Development District (The District) encompasses roughly 2.75 square miles of land, thousands of homes, several large businesses, apartment complexes, office parks, and at the center of the community, a $4.5 million recreation center. The District budget of approximately $3.5 million dollars per year is used to operate and maintain common areas, recreational facilities, public roadways, storm water management systems, street lighting, landscaping, public amenities and more. To finance the District’s budget and bond repayments, a non ad-valorum tax assessment is collected along with other property taxes each year.
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