Carrollwood Village Real Estate Information

Carrollwood Village is an unincoporated community that is part of the much larger Greater Carrollwood area. Situated in the midst of several picturesque lakes, like Lake Magdalene, Lake Carroll, Bay Lake, Lake Ellen, Little Bay Lake, and Lipsey Lake, Carrollwood Village is an ideal residential setting perfect for families and individuals alike. The charming community has a steady population of about 15,000 people who enjoy spacious, suburban living on the edge of Tampa. Within a few minutes’ drive, residents can easily drive into the downtown central business district during the week. While Carrollwood Village is close to the city, this proximity does not affect its quiet and safe streets, caring community, and supportive neighborhood services.

Residents of Carrollwood Village very rarely must travel elsewhere to run errands, dine, or shop. Village Center and Mission Bell Square are the village’s two primary shopping hubs while the nearby Carrollwood Commons and Grand Plaza Shopping Center are part of the greater Carrollwood area. Residents adore the Timberland Park Recreation Center because of its variety of exercise options and recreational activities. Carrollwood Village’s esteemed Emerald Greens Private Resort is also located in the community and is a popular weekend hotspot where many of the area’s personalities gather for golf and other fun recreational events and festivities.

Carrollwood Village is well-connected to the rest of the United States and the world through the Tampa International Airport, located just a few miles due south and reached directly via the Route 92 highway. The airport handles over twenty million passengers each year and is ranked as the 27th-busiest in North America. The passenger terminal is comprised of several small modules that are connected by a driverless monorail. The dozens of commercial airlines that operate out of Tampa serve most of the nation’s major hubs non-stop and include multiple daily connections to destinations around the world. The airfield serves as a hub for Gulfstream International Airlines, which operates as Continental Connection, and serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. In addition to the commercially-served international airport, the Tampa Executive Airport near Brandon and the Peter O. Knight Airport near Downtown Tampa are both important private and general aviation airfields and suitable alternatives for many light planes that arrive and depart from the Tampa area each day.