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Explore SouthShore Bay A Crystal Lagoon Community By Metro Lagoons
Explore SouthShore Bay, a Crystal Lagoon Community by Metro Lagoons
Hillsborough County’s first community designed around a multi-acre lagoon serving as a focal point, Southshore Bay, has carved out a section for active adults called Medley. Lennar, the builder, in this active adult village dubs it a neighborhood for “55 and Better.” In addition to the lagoon, Medley at Southshore Bay offers its homeowners amenities such as a dog park, private clubhouse, pickleball and bocce ball courts, and a tiki bar. The Estates accommodate up to 3 cars in their garages and range from 2,216 to 2,775 square feet. Or if you prefer, check out the newly-opened two-bedroom villas that range from 1,396 to 1,731 square feet.
Interiors feature granite countertops, double ovens and stainless-steel appliances. “Aside from the lagoon, the dual focus on both active adult and family living truly sets Southshore Bay apart from other communities, giving it appeal to buyers at all stages of their lives,” said Greg Singleton, president of Metro Development Group the company developing the property. “As the demand for multigenerational living options continues to grow, we have created a unique solution for all homebuyers. ”The lagoon is expected to be complete by 2020. Located on the east side of U.S. 301 on State Road 674 (Sun City Center Blvd), the community offers tours of the various floorplans at the Welcome Home Center located at 16875 Scuba Crest St. in Wimauma.
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