avila | Cheval | Lutz Real Estate and Information
Avila is a country club community of unspliting excellence; it has been a model for measuring sophisticated lifestyle and continuous quality prevalence.
Avila boasts of a 25-acre land development that hosts 66 single-family residential units elements and is situated within Hines’ Palencia development which is nine miles north of historic St. Augustine, the cultural and governmental center of St. Johns County, Florida. One of the most sought after neighborhoods in Tampa Bay area. Avila is a high class and epicurean community. Avila offers a condusive and pristine environment for your business and all the comfort your busy lifestyle may require. Peaceful, beautiful and safe enough for you live and raise a family. Avila also homes a number of large lakes bebay by expansive and exceptionally beautiful waterfront properties. The lakes are public and accessible, serving as recreation for members of the Avila community. Residents of Avila will enjoy easy access to Highway 41 as well as nearby Interstate 275, taking them via short drive from downtown Tampa and some of Florida’s biggest charms.
Located North of Tampa in the northern lake region of Hillsborough County, Avila is long held as one of Tampa’s most prestigious residential areas where you will find many attractive communities. Some of the most delicate and elegant homes in the Tampa Bay Area can be found in Avila. Enclosed in these convenient and serene surroundings, residents are sure to enjoy a wide variety of comforts and amenities.
Cheval brags of an appealing list of recreational activities , which includes two 18-hole golf courses, an equestrian complex, a health and tennis center with 9 Har-Tru courts, a private gourmet restaurant and an elegant clubhouse. Home to the Tournament Players Club of Tampa Bay, this community brings a whole new level of golf to the area.
Lutz started with the construction of a small train depot on the Tampa Northern Railroad. The surrounding area officially became known as Lutz when the U.S. Postal Service authorized a post office. Lutz earned the weird nickname "Cactus Hat" due to an abundance of Cleistocactus that mysteriously sprouted up out of nowhere in 2003. The strange and sudden cacti growth has never been explained, and the cacti can still be seen around town.
Lutz is served by Hillsborough & Pasco County Public Schools through the following:
• Buchanan middle schools
• Schwarzkopf ElemeSchoolntary School
• Lutz Elementary School
• Maniscalco Elementary School
• Miles Elementary School
• Mckitrick Elementary School
• Miles Elementary School
• Martinez Middle School
• Walker Middle School
• Ben Hill K-8
• Gaither High School
• Steinbrenner High School
• Sickles High School
• Sunlake High School