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Brandon
 

Brandon was started over 150 years ago. First the church, the school and then the railroad depot along with burgeoning residents establishing homestead. Growing in spurts with chicken farms, more schools and churches, it became a bedroom community with it being attached to Adamo Drive in Tampa. It has only been 50 years that the Chamber of Commerce was established and also the popularity of Brandon itself with a new family moving in everyday. By the 1970’s, there were traffic jams and shopping malls causing tremendous growth in a small area. With the addition of I-75 came more growth and easy access to Tampa. Still unincorporated and the largest unincorporated community in the state of Florida, Brandon is still growing. With I-4, and the Selman Expressway, access across Tampa Bay makes Brandon Florida very attractive to old and young alike, to singles and families, to businesses and industries. The Greater Brandon area includes Seffner, Riverview, Bloomingdale and Valrico.

The annual Balloon fest is a huge attraction to the area. Brandon is only 1 ½ hours away from Orlando for more activities and attractions along with the 30 minute ride to Tampa International Airport. Depending on whom you talk to will determine if the Brandon area is for you. Some love it for the schools, affordability, amenities, family life without having to drive outside of it. Others will speak of the over sprawl, crowded highways, bad restaurants and the like. With over 100,000 people, you are bound to find many differing opinions.

Alafia Preserve –4-6 bedroom newer homes
Bloomingdale –3-4 bedrooms around $200,000 from 1980 to year 2000 built
Bloomingdale Trails –3-4 bedrooms around 2000 sq ft built after 2000
Bloomingdale Village –3-4 bedrooms built after 2000
Brandon Lakewood Estates –2-3 bedrooms around 1500 sq ft
Brandon Ridge—3-4 bedrooms
Brandon Trace –3-4 bedrooms around $150,000
Branda Vista—2-3 bedroom single family homes from the ’70’s 
Brentwood Hills—3-5 bedroom homes around 2000 sq ft
Bryan Manor—3-6 bedroom homes of all sizes 
Buckhorn Creek-–2-3 bedroom townhomes
Camelot Woods --4-7 bedroom homes going $400,000+
Chelsea Manor—2 bedroom townhomes
Clayton—3-4 bedroom single family and townhomes
Colonial Oaks—4 bedrooms around 2500 sq ft 
Edgewater at Lake Brandon—3 bedroom townhomes and villas
Four Wind Estates—3-4 bedroom single family homes < 1600 sq ft 
Heather Lakes – 2-4 bedroom single family, townhomes, villas between $100-200,000
Hickory Lakes—4-5 bedrooms 
Highland Ridge—3-4 bedrooms < $200K 
Indian Hills—established 4 bedroom homes from the ‘80’s
Kings Gate—3-4 bedroom homes in the $200K
Lakemont Hills—3-4 bedroom homes < 2000 sq ft 
Lakeview Village—3-5 bedroom homes
Lakewood Ridge—2-4 bedroom townhomes
Lumsden Reserve—4 bed 2800 sq ft townhomes 
Park Lake at Parsons—1-2 bedroom condos
Providence Lakes --3-4 bedroom homes < $200K
Regency Key—2 bedroom townhomes <$100K
South Ridge—3-4 bedroom single family <$200K
Sterling Ranch—2-5 bedroom homes of all sizes 
Stonewood—5 bedroom > 4000 sq ft single family
Timber Pond—3-4 bedroom single family
Vista Cay—2-3 bedroom townhomes
Whispering Oaks—3 bedroom townhomes
Woodberry—3-4 bedroom single family around $200K

Brandon
 

Brandon was started over 150 years ago. First the church, the school and then the railroad depot along with burgeoning residents establishing homestead. Growing in spurts with chicken farms, more schools and churches, it became a bedroom community with it being attached to Adamo Drive in Tampa. It has only been 50 years that the Chamber of Commerce was established and also the popularity of Brandon itself with a new family moving in everyday. By the 1970’s, there were traffic jams and shopping malls causing tremendous growth in a small area. With the addition of I-75 came more growth and easy access to Tampa. Still unincorporated and the largest unincorporated community in the state of Florida, Brandon is still growing. With I-4, and the Selman Expressway, access across Tampa Bay makes Brandon Florida very attractive to old and young alike, to singles and families, to businesses and industries. The Greater Brandon area includes Seffner, Riverview, Bloomingdale and Valrico.

The annual Balloon fest is a huge attraction to the area. Brandon is only 1 ½ hours away from Orlando for more activities and attractions along with the 30 minute ride to Tampa International Airport. Depending on whom you talk to will determine if the Brandon area is for you. Some love it for the schools, affordability, amenities, family life without having to drive outside of it. Others will speak of the over sprawl, crowded highways, bad restaurants and the like. With over 100,000 people, you are bound to find many differing opinions.

Alafia Preserve –4-6 bedroom newer homes
Bloomingdale –3-4 bedrooms around $200,000 from 1980 to year 2000 built
Bloomingdale Trails –3-4 bedrooms around 2000 sq ft built after 2000
Bloomingdale Village –3-4 bedrooms built after 2000
Brandon Lakewood Estates –2-3 bedrooms around 1500 sq ft
Brandon Ridge—3-4 bedrooms
Brandon Trace –3-4 bedrooms around $150,000
Branda Vista—2-3 bedroom single family homes from the ’70’s 
Brentwood Hills—3-5 bedroom homes around 2000 sq ft
Bryan Manor—3-6 bedroom homes of all sizes 
Buckhorn Creek-–2-3 bedroom townhomes
Camelot Woods --4-7 bedroom homes going $400,000+
Chelsea Manor—2 bedroom townhomes
Clayton—3-4 bedroom single family and townhomes
Colonial Oaks—4 bedrooms around 2500 sq ft 
Edgewater at Lake Brandon—3 bedroom townhomes and villas
Four Wind Estates—3-4 bedroom single family homes < 1600 sq ft 
Heather Lakes – 2-4 bedroom single family, townhomes, villas between $100-200,000
Hickory Lakes—4-5 bedrooms 
Highland Ridge—3-4 bedrooms < $200K 
Indian Hills—established 4 bedroom homes from the ‘80’s
Kings Gate—3-4 bedroom homes in the $200K
Lakemont Hills—3-4 bedroom homes < 2000 sq ft 
Lakeview Village—3-5 bedroom homes
Lakewood Ridge—2-4 bedroom townhomes
Lumsden Reserve—4 bed 2800 sq ft townhomes 
Park Lake at Parsons—1-2 bedroom condos
Providence Lakes --3-4 bedroom homes < $200K
Regency Key—2 bedroom townhomes <$100K
South Ridge—3-4 bedroom single family <$200K
Sterling Ranch—2-5 bedroom homes of all sizes 
Stonewood—5 bedroom > 4000 sq ft single family
Timber Pond—3-4 bedroom single family
Vista Cay—2-3 bedroom townhomes
Whispering Oaks—3 bedroom townhomes
Woodberry—3-4 bedroom single family around $200K

 

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Call Lois and Bill Szydlowski 
your Westchase Real Estate Experts 
for your Tampa Home For Sale
813-323-4443 /  813-393-9385
billszydlowski@msn.com

Call Lois and Bill Szydlowski 
your Westchase Real Estate Experts 
for your Tampa Home For Sale
813-323-4443 /  813-393-9385
billszydlowski@msn.com

  Lois Szydlowski
loisszydlowski@gmail.com
813-323-4443
 
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