Wesley Chapel Real Estate Information

Located alongside the I-75 interstate, Wesley Chapel is situated just north of the I-275/I-75 split. The I-275 continues into downtown Tampa while the I-75 circles around the eastern fringe of Tampa. A number of smaller neighborhoods combine to form Wesley Chapel, including Northwood Village, The Lakes at Northwood, Williamsburg West, Windsor Club, Seven Oaks, and Northwood. Just south of Wesley Chapel is Pebble Creek.

Considered as part of the Tampa area, Wesley Chapel hosts 6,000 residents and is the largest community in Pasco County that is not yet considered a city. Only twenty-five miles north of downtown Tampa, there are several residents who commute into the central business district during the work week. There are several shopping areas in Wesley Chapel, most notably The Shops at Wiregrass, The Grove, and Cypress Creek Town Center. Between them, several chain stores, supermarkets, and restaurants provide excellent selection to local residents.

Recreational areas abound Wesley Chapel and are plentiful enough to please even the most discerning resident or visitor. Golfers can choose from Heritage Isles Golf and Country Club, Hunters Green Country Club and Golf Club, or Pebble Creek Golf Club. For the less-golf-inclined resident, Flatwoods Wilderness County Park, Nathanial Hunter Park, and Wildcat Stadium offer more than ample opportunities to exercise, relax, and enjoy free time.

Students of the Pasco County Schools is Wesley Chapel are treated to their very own campuses in the heart of town. Wesley Chapel High School, Wiregrass Ranch High School, Thomas E. Weightman Middle School, Dr. John Long Middle School, Double Branch Elementary School, New River Elementary School, Quail Hollow Elementary School, Sand Pine Elementary School, Seven Oaks Elementary School, Veterans Elementary School, and Wesley Chapel Elementary School are all devoted to the youth of the town. One of the district’s hallmarks is its promotion of elective coursework in its curriculum. In an initiative that is spreading throughout the district, students are encouraged to take a class that is outside of the normal curriculum, such as culinary arts, information technology, journalism, or art. Hudson High School, Hudson Middle School, Hudson Elementary School, and Northwest Elementary School are the area’s primary institutions.