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Old 03-18-2015, 07:09 PM
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I just heard, from an extremely good source, that there is going to be a new golf course and village built on the land North of 466a between Buena Vista and Powell Rd. It will be interesting to see how TV "hooks" it into the golf cart path system. Maybe a new golf cart path on the West side of Buena Vista. It will be interesting!
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Is that the land with the marshes around it? If so nothing will be built in our lifetime. I received this information from a very reliable source.
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No, it is currently a cow pasture. And my reliable source is a Villager that owns a home that borders the property that TV has been in contact with regarding development of the land.
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This is interesting as this is also Wildwood, and listed a commercial use.
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I went to Google Maps, the top one shows the Wildwood borders, and the second one the satellite view. Also, as I recall the for sale signs in this area all state commercial, however, in any case golf cart access will be challenging for this area, unless Sumter County allows golf carts to cross 466a, and greatly improves the golf cart access in the vicinity of Pinellas Plaza.
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If true, the term "build out" can be tossed out!!
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It would be another 300 plus build in a logical area if this is it. However, I don't see room for the golf course unless it's the first mini.
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I think the golf course could be the size of Turtle Mound with homes around it.
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I anticipate a number of build in's similar to the CYV's in Marion. There is land for small groups of houses through out TV and I suspect the Developer will fill in those places. 300 here and there isn't significant when you consider past projects are thousands of homes.
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The part of this new build that I find significant is the inclusion of a new golf course which I for one am in favor of.
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I wish a square would be built, so many more people here. Would be great!
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The part of this new build that I find significant is the inclusion of a new golf course which I for one am in favor of.
Where did the information come from? There had been discussion couple of years ago about the area across the pond from St. James on the NORTH side of 466A across the street from Pinelles Plaza being an assisted living campus. It has been a farm with cows and horses.


http://www.talkofthevillages.com/for...-powell-73553/
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I recall reading a year or so ago that the north side of 466a had gone thru the planning process to be assisted living and/or apartments. I also recall some upset that it backed up against existing TV homes. The owners in that area were, as I recall, unhappy that the pastures were being replaced by commercial development.

Sumtergis.com does not show any change in ownership of any of the parcels - and none are owned by TV.
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I thought that was where costco and trader joe's was going in
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