This home is located on the outskirts of San Antonio off of SR52. This area is known for its proximity to hills and parks for first rate biking. Many Bike Clubs meet regularly in San Antonio to start their runs. Located close to numerous golf courses, ranging in the less expensive to the PGA qualifier Lake Jovita and more. St. Leo University is in the nearby area. San Antonio is a small, friendly, community area within easy driving to Dade City, Tampa, Orlando, or the beaches of the central Gulf area. Centrally located, near 1-75, with easy access to all that central Florida has to offer. This quiet, clean, reasonably priced, pet friendly, easily accessed property is a welcome change to a motel stay.
The rental property is next door to our home. The rental home became available for purchase this year and we wanted to increase our acreage next to our property. Our home with the rental property is situated on a combined 7 acres. Approximately 1/2 of the property abuts wet lands and Cypress Creek. We have the unique setting of being located off SR52 (major 2 lane highway) for easy access but live among many birds, squirrels, trees, flowers etc. for a beautiful Florida setting. Rural without being rural. We have fenced in the rental home to make it more pet friendly but all are welcome to explore the property among the live oak trees.
This property is for the renter who wants a clean, affordable property, with easy access to central florida. One who also enjoys the 'quiet' time, 'home' feel while vacationing with a touch of 'nature'.
Bedroom community of Tampa/St. petersburg area. Local festivals like the Kumquat Festival, Bug Jam (volkswagon's galore), Classic car shows (Dade City and Zephyrhills), bi-weekly, Fresh water fishing, trails, bird watching, Sun Coast trail, Hillsborough River State Park, Green Swamp, Giraffe Farm, Wild Things Zoo, Pasco County Fair, etc.
Within 40 miles, Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay Forum (concerts and hockey), Raymond James Stadium (football), Hard Rock Gambling Casino, MOSI, Sun Dome (concerts), Museums, etc, and beaches, beaches, beaches. Too numerous to mention all.