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Look thru to the dining room and chef's kitchen beyond. The private master suite features a sitting area, walk in closets and its own balcony. There are numerous upgrades with great attention to detail. Over the years, this home has been...
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MLS# T2909902

Property is a single Manufactured/Mobile home with 1713 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and lot over one acre in size. HUD case# 093-607418 Property sold “as-is” HUD has a 15 day exclusive listing period for owner occupants...
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MLS# U7835861

Lifestyle. As you approach this home, you will be pleased by the gorgeous curb appeal. The moderately open layout is attractive and inviting. Your neighborhood is on the intracoastal waterway, but your home is high and dry and does not require...
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MLS# U7835994

Amenities such as tennis court, pool, hot tub and playground make this lovely community stand out as it welcomes all ages. Whether you make it your primary or secondary residence, it is joy to live here. Easy to commute anywhere around the town...
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The name Thonotosassa comes from the Seminole-Creek words thlonto and sasse, meaning the place was a source of valuable flint. When Fort Brooke in present day Tampa was founded in 1824, a road was built connecting it and Fort King in Ocala which ran northwest of Lake Thonotosassa. Despite this, the presence of a Seminole village largely prevented whites from moving into the area. Following the end of the Second Seminole War in 1842, however, whites began to settle. In 1893, a line of the South Florida Railroad connected Thonotosassa to Tampa.

Tampa4u is your home buyers or sellers resource for Thonotosassa Real Estate and homes, relocation, school information, new homes for sale, and general information in the Thonotosassa and Tampa Bay Areas. If this is your first visit, you stumbled to this site looking for one of the following:

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The city of Thonotosassa is currently experiencing growth both in business and residential subdivisions and communities. See School links for Elementary school, Middle School, High School, Colleges, and Universties.

Buying a home is not easy. As your real estate professional, we will help you not only understand the complex real estate market but also save you time and money. We mave moved and relocated out-of-state families. Our focus is on your needs and will find or sell your home accordingly. Our knowledge and professionalism will make your real estate experience a breeze. Buyers Tips - Sellers Tips


Forecast for Thonotosassa, FL- Thonotosassa Real Estate

1. Midland Crowd
The largest Community market, Midland Crowd represents 11 million people, almost 4 percent of the U.S. population, in one market. As expected, the largest market reflects some characteristics of the U.S. population, median age (36 years) and average family size, 3.1. Median household income, $47,000, is just under the U.S. median, $48,100. The differences distinguish the Midland Crowd. These neighborhoods are located in mainly rural areas, growing rural areas at a rate of over 2.5 percent annually since 2000. Almost 40 percent of the homes were built after 1990. Over 95 percent are single family, or mobile homes.

2. Crossroads
Young, mobile families in mobile homes typify Crossroads. Found most often in small towns throughout the South and West, these growing neighborhoods are home to families with children, both married-couple and single parent. Over half of these young families own mobile homes. Median home value is $56,400. Employment is mainly in the manufacturing, construction and retail sectors.

3. City Dimensions
This market, found in large urban cities, has high diversity in multiple dimensions: housing structure, household type, and ethnic background. The age of the population is young, 28.7 years, with both younger householders and children. Two-thirds of the households are renters.


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