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Wesley Chapel: one of the nicest areas to live in Florida, located right outside of Tampa and in
the Tampa metro area.
With the classic suburbia feel running through its many communities and plenty to do and see,
it’s no wonder why plenty of people want to move here.
Overall, Wesley Chapel is a great choice for a home whether you’re living alone or have a family
you’ll be bringing along.
And while Wesley Chapel’s a great place to live, some neighborhoods outshine the rest, so
where should you pick to settle down?
That’s what we’re going over today, we’ll be covering the five nicest neighborhoods to move into
in Wesley Chapel, starting with #1
Meadow Pointe is one of Wesley Chapel’s largest master-planned communities. It’s spread over
1.8K acres, much of which is set aside for conservation/recreation, which is one of the reasons
that it’s such a gorgeous neighborhood.
Meadow Pointe has a little bit for everyone, including multiple swimming pools, tennis,
basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts, a clubhouse, and a daycare for the kids.
As for housing, Meadow Point’s size lends to a great variety of choices, from single-story villas
to multi-floored homes, almost all of which have great views of the green spaces around the
Overall, if you’re looking for a beautiful, family-friendly, neighborhood with plenty to do for
everyone, Meadow Pointe is a great choice.
Located just off State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel, Lexington Oaks is our next choice for a great
neighborhood to live in. Lexington Oaks is centered around its own public championship golf
course, which is one of the finest in the area.
Residents of Lexington Oaks can also enjoy the many amenities throughout the community,
such as the aforementioned golf course, a swimming pool, a clubhouse that has a restaurant
and bar, a 5-acre park, and more.
Lexington Oaks is rather large, encompassing over 800 acres, with over a quarter of those
acres reserved for conservation.
Within the neighborhood of Lexington Oaks are plenty of smaller gated communities, eleven to
Whether you want great views of the golf course, easy access to the public pool, or just want a
safe and fun neighborhood to live in, Lexington Oaks gets our thumbs up on all accounts.
In many ways, living in Seven Oaks feels more like a resort trip than a normal suburb.
Out of all the neighborhoods on this list, Seven Oaks probably has the most to do, which is one
of the factors that landed it on the list in the first place.
Being a resident of Seven Oaks means you’ll have a never-ending list of fun activities such as
live entertainment, game nights, holiday parties, and more.
If you’re looking for community classes, the clubhouse provides personal fitness training, tennis
lessons, dance, sports, the list goes on.
If you’re looking to live in a community that provides a real sense of family with your fellow
neighbors, Seven Oaks just might be your go-to.
Brookside is the community for you if you’re looking to live the gated community lifestyle.
Surrounded in a beautiful red brick wall and filled with some of the finest custom-built and
designed houses around, Brookside is very reminiscent of the classic suburbia feel at its prime.
Brookside has its own local pond and isn’t far from the University of South Florida if you’ve got
family attending classes.
With plenty of local restaurants, its own mall and grocery stores, and a bright-looking future,
Brookside gets our seal of approval for amazing places to make your home.
Ashley Pines is our pick for those looking to live in a smaller community.
After all, the sprawling suburbia life isn’t for everyone, and avoiding the CDD fees of master-
planned communities is on the priority list for some.
If that sounds like you, Ashley Pines is the perfect neighborhood.
It’s got a great location and is close to Wesley Chapel’s own Wiregrass Mall so you’re never far
from things to do, despite the small nature of the community itself.
Moving To Wesley Chapel?
Wesley Chapel is one of the finest areas Florida has to offer, and these five communities are
prime examples of why.
Whether you’re looking for the small-town feel with Ashley Pines, or a tightly-knit community like
Seven Oaks, Wesley Chapel has a little bit for everyone.