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In Zephyrhills, Florida - Welcome to South Hill Mobile Home Subdivison!

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South Hill Mobile Home Subdivion is located on Lanier Road, just to the west of Zephyrhills, Florida and south of State Road 54. Its sister park, Colony HIlls, is located just across the street from South Hill.

As of March 2011 South Hill does appear on the State of Florida's list of registered 55+ parks. Therefore, certain age restrictions do exist. There are also currenly pet restrictions that limit the size of dogs and the admitance of some breeds. The last I was told, buyers may move in with two dogs or cats, but when one dies, they cannot replace it, and can only have one from that point on. The weight of dogs is currently 40 pound, which is pretty liberal as parks go here.

In this park you DO OWN THE LAND under the homes. South Hill is not a rental park. Current monthly homeowner fees are just $25/month. These fees help maintain the common areas, as well as the clubhouse, enclosed swimming pool, and shuffleboard courts. Great amenities for not much money.

South Hill is known as a friendly subdivision and most neighbors are also friends. Social activities take place throughout the year that most residents seem to enjoy very much. Also, many people cross the road to take part in activities that are held on Colony Hills.

Due to is convenient location, you can go to several supermarkets, home centers, lots of restaurants,  medical facilities, parks, and the City of Tampa in a very short time. Hard to find a better spot.

If you would like to know more about South Hill or see if homes are for sale there, do not hesitate to contact me. I have sold many, many South Hill mobiles over the years. Call me at John Elwell - CENTURY 21 Bill Nye Realty, Inc. 813-783-4444 or e-mail me at: jelwell1@tampabay.rr.com

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John Elwell - REALTOR

CENTURY 21

Bill Nye Realty, Inc.

813-783-4444

Licensed in Florida

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsJohn Elwell • April 20 2011 07:39PM

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