Carrollwood Homes in Tampa

Choices, convenience and affordability are only a few things that put the town of Carrollwood in such high demand. Carrollwood subdivisions are a well-known area located in North Tampa that has paved the way for many other surrounding communities and successful businesses. There is just about every type of home desirable in Carrollwood from gated communities, lakefront properties, mature tree-lined subdivisions, to newer elaborate communities. Conveniently located to all the major highways, there is no place in Tampa that is too far away, with an abundance of restaurants, shopping malls and businesses located right within Carrollwood homes. Both Tampa International Airport and University of South Florida are located about 20 minutes away. With Raymond James Stadium located only 15 minutes away, you even have the opportunity to turn off the television and catch a game of Tampa Bay Buccaneers or USF Bulls football! Although it may seem as if people pay a high price for such convenience, Carrollwood has been around for decades and makes it simple to find homes to fit any lifestyle, taste or budget.

Visit Carrollwood map where you can visit and view and the streets in Carrollwood brought to you by google street view.

Carrollwood Subdivisions, Neighborhoods, Communities, Condos
and Townhomes

Andover Village Arlington Oaks Avery Oaks Brookgreen Village
Carrollwood Crossing Carrollwood Cove Carrollwood Meadows Carrollwood North
Carrollwood Pines Carrollwood Preserve Carrollwood South Carrollwood Reserve
Carrollwood Village Casey Lake Cherry Creek Culbreath Oaks
East Village Echol Lake Enclave Fairway Lakes
Hunters Lake Lake Ellen Landings Lake Magdalene Meadowglen
New Triad Old Carrollwood Paddock Trail Pinnacle
Preserve Stonehedge The Hamlet White Trout

One Reply to “Carrollwood Homes in Tampa”

  1. Carrollwood is a rapidly growing unincorporated community located 15 miles northwest of Tampa mostly residential. It was named after Lake Carroll, an actual lake on the eastern end of the community. The place was also formerly known as Lake Carroll until the 1980’s.

    This is a wonderful area, I have been living here for 10 years and wouldn’t move for anything.

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