Stylish homes … check! Great location … check! Now, add one more outstanding feature to your checklist for Waterchase, Tampa … Endless amenities!
Lush surroundings – There’s a beautiful, natural ambience everywhere you look. The charming cobblestone entrance, splashing fountains and spectacular Clubhouse are just the beginning. All around Waterchase’s 500-acre property you’ll discover tree-lined streets, manicured grounds, inviting walking paths, shimmering lakes and wooded conservation areas.
Security, exclusivity, privacy - A guarded gatehouse monitors community access around the clock.
Maintenance included – Some villages include no-hassle property and grounds maintenance for a carefree lifestyle.
Clubhouse – Waterchase’s spectacular Clubhouse offers a Caribbean-themed lobby, cozy entertaining areas, a fitness center and on-site management.
Activities – At the Clubhouse the staff includes an Activities Director who manages a full calendar of events for all age groups. There are things like swim and tennis lessons, fitness classes, dance, sports, holiday events, summer camps, parties, clubs and more.
Outdoor Recreation – Surrounding the Clubhouse are lighted tennis and basketball courts, an athletic field, a playground, resort-style swimming pools and an irresistible, two-story water slide.
Golf – Waterchase borders The Eagles’ two 18-hole championship golf courses and Westchase Golf Course & Country Club for year-around enjoyment. Streets are golf-cart friendly.
Nearby – Waterchase of Tampa is in the Westchase/Citrus Park area, easily accessible from major roadways such as the Veteran’s Expressway, Hillsborough Avenue and Race Track Road. It’s about 20 minutes to Tampa International Airport and 30 minutes to famous Gulf Coast beaches. Major shopping malls are minutes away, including Citrus Park, International Plaza and Westshore Plaza. Public schools for Waterchase are Mary Bryant Elementary, Farnell Middle and Sickles High School. Grocery stores, pharmacies and coffee shops are just down the street at Race Track and Countryway Blvd. In the other direction, off of S. Mobley, you’ll find the Ed Radice Sports Complex, where there’s always a soccer, baseball or softball game going on. And, several public parks, dozens of ski lakes and the 8,000-acre Brooker Creek Nature Preserve are all close at hand.