When it comes to living with family, whether that be kids, parents, or anything in between, most homeowners tend to be happier when they pick a good family neighborhood. Family neighborhoods can offer everything from great schools, paved sidewalks, security, amenities, and more.
For that reason, we’re happy to save you the trouble if you are looking for homes in Largo, FL by presenting the Best 5 Family Neighborhoods In Largo, FL.
What Makes A Great Family Neighborhood
Before we dive in, I’d like to put out there I’ve learned a lot from my clients as well as my wife over the years. Having a kid myself, I’ve grown to understand what is most important to people especially when you are responsible for a family.
Here are some of the factors that will be taken into consideration to come up with this list.
#1 – Schools
This is the top factor I hear about when people are looking for a good family neighborhood. This is also the most tricky as school district lines can change and school ratings can go up and down.
There’s also the consideration of both public and private schools in the area, as good public schools in this area tend to be harder to find. Even if you don’t have kids, it’s still not a bad thing to consider as it may have a direct impact on your resell value of your home.
#2 – Security
Security is not always directly related to having a gate. Sometimes security can mean an active neighborhood watch, a great location with low crime, and the layout of the neighborhood for how difficult it would be for criminals to do harm without being seen.
#3 – Walkability and Traffic
How much traffic is coming through your neighborhood? Does it have sidewalks? Would you feel comfortable having your family or kids walking around? These are factors we consider when choosing the 5 Best Family Neighborhoods In Largo, FL.
#4 – Ammenities
What does the neighborhood offer? Is there a tennis court, pool, or are there local recreational facilities within a reasonable driving distance. We also consider the distance to the ocean and local parks, there’s a reason we live in a beach town.
#5 – Community
Your neighbors matter… Do they keep up their yards? Is there any trash or unpleasant features that could effect property value? No neighborhood is perfect, but traditionally the more pro-active the community, the easier it is to keep a clean appearance.
Some neighborhoods may have deed restrictions or HOAs to enforce these rules as well as allowing a budget for fun events in the community.
Now that you know what we are considering, let’s get to our list. If you have any additional questions or real estate needs, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the process started!.
I had the pleasure of renting in Del Prado for a few years so I have first hand knowledge of what a great community it is. Del Prado is a deed restricted neighborhood located primarily off 137th Street in Largo, FL.
If that’s not enough, it’s also 10 minutes from the beach and is located near a top school in the area called Oakhurst Elementary.
During the school year, you’ll see many crossing guards directing kids and families as school begins and lets out. The community has a neighborhood watch and is a very safe environment.
Because Del Prado homes are in such a great location, the neighborhood has experienced great appreciation over the years.
Imperial Point is a very interesting deed restricted neighborhood because it features both single family homes and a condo development. Immediately when you enter the neighborhood it is very impressive. The homes are beautiful, the landscaping is great, and there are sidewalks with people walking around or riding bikes.
The neighborhood is waterfront so you are right next to the Gulf Of Mexico. There is a community club house and the neighborhood features tennis courts, a playground, a private boat ramp, fishing pier, kayak launch, shuffleboard, 24 hour fitness center, heated Jr. Olympic size swimming pool and more!
Even better news is this neighborhood as of the time of this writing is currently zoned for Oakhurst Elementary.
Have you ever drove through a neighborhood and just said Wow? Well that’s Collins Estates… you get the Wow feeling because the homes are gorgeous and many are more modern compared to other homes in Largo, FL.
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This neighborhood is truly a dream and there are very few houses that come up for sale every year because most people don’t want to leave.
Harbor Bluffs is considered a very prominent community. There’s a wide variety of price ranges but the key thing is this neighborhood features homes in the millions of dollars.
About as close to the water as you can get without being directly on the beach, Harbor Bluffs residents enjoy living in a water-side community. The Intracoastal waterway which borders the neighborhood is a great place to take a boat. For residents that don’t have boats, there are many boat rental locations on the nearby beach.
Residents of the community are close to top rated restaurants, parks, and hospitals. Harbor Bluffs is quite large so there’s a lot to take in. If you are looking to live the Florida lifestyle, this is a community you won’t want to pass up considering.
Century Oak is also another desirable deed restricted neighborhood located in Largo, FL. The yards are traditionally well maintained, it’s also zoned for Oakhurst Elementary (yes it’s a great school) and it’s a few minutes from the beach.
We hope this list was informative and gave you a general idea of where to start looking if the best family neighborhoods are important to you.
If you’d like to start your search today, email us at email@example.com and we’re happy to help!
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