This beautiful 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom, two storey Gulf Coast villa is located in the sought-after Sea Forest/Sea Colony area of New Port Richey and comes with its own boat dock ideal for fishing, and with direct gulf access with boats being available to hire from a nearby marina. Located along the Gulf of Mexico about 35 miles northwest of Tampa, the New Port Richey riverfront landscape blends nature, beaches and terrific shopping with restaurants, culture and business – all with a small-town feel. Rich in history, New Port Richey frequently comes alive with festivals and special events. For instance, the 11-day Chasco Fiesta, held along the riverbanks, celebrates Native American heritage with a pow-wow, floats, a boat parade and more. In addition, New Port Richey is considered part of the Tampa Bay area, a popular tourist destination with major attractions, recreation, sports and culture.
This spacious villa is tastefully furnished and equipped to a high standard and covers a total of 3,820 square feet. There is a large living area, which includes a Great Room, a dining room, and a fully equipped fitted kitchen. The first floor rooms enjoy terraces. There is also a games room with air hockey, a large pool deck with covered lanai, screened pool and spa overlooking the intercoastal waterway, gas pool heating, television, and internet access.
Florida villa is just 3 minutes from supermarkets, and with restaurants and the Gulf View Square Shopping Mall just a few minutes further away..
Hudson/New Port Richey area, known as the " Nature Coast", boasts many different attractions and numerous golf courses and is a great area for a Florida holiday with the added benefit of having many major attractions within easy reach.. Manatees can be seen all along the coast, and other wild life includes sea otters, turtles, deer, alligators, great blue herons, and egrets. The area offers some of the best fishing both fresh water and sea water.
The nearest beach is just 7 minutes away, and most local beaches are equipped with barbecues, toilets, and shaded areas. Tarpon Springs, just 20 minutes drive, offers the opportunity to take a trip to see divers collecting sponges. There are a number of State Parks in the area, and canoeing is popular in the nearby Weeki Wachi River. Several malls offer excellent shopping opportunities, and there are numerous restaurants offering a wide choice of cuisines, including Boulevard Beef & Ale, Cristinas Restaurant, Jimmys Restaurant, Thai Bistro, The Grand, and Vincenzos Italian Restaurant - all with a small-town feel. For the classic tropical Hudson night, eat at Hurricane Hanks, then walk right on over to the planned Oyster Bar at the end of the peninsula. Fishermans Shack is an atmospheric local bar situated west of Interstate 9. As Hudson/New Port Richey is only 20 minutes to Clearwater, 35 minutes to Busch Gardens, and 45 minutes to Tampa and St Petes, it is a great location for a Florida holiday on the Gulf Coast.