Exciting New Year At Asturia

There is much to look forward to this New Year at Asturia, the master-planned community in Odessa that is one of the most desired neighborhoods along the popular State Road 54 corridor in central Pasco County. After almost three years of development, Asturia is now in its third phase, having completed 300 homes and releasing another 100 lots to its builders. Hines, the developer behind Asturia, … [Read more...]

16 Beautiful Ashton Woods Homes Ready For Your Family

Ashton Woods is in its final sales phase at Asturia, with 85 percent of homesites sold since the community opened two years ago. “We’ve had tremendous success in Asturia, selling over 100 single-family homes in this much-desired community,” said Marketing Manager Kristin Wilson. “We have under 30 homes available for sale, and expect all to be completed by the end of the year.” Because most … [Read more...]

Local schools receive Special Olympics honor

Land O’ Lakes High School’s Unified Special Olympics program received international attention more than three years ago, when its coed soccer team won the bronze medal at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. Now, the school’s Unified program has earned another prestigious honor — 2018 Special Olympics National Banner Unified Champion School. The designation, based on the … [Read more...]

Brightman Family Loves Asturia and Their Ashton Woods Home

Alex and Jessica Brightman were one of the first Ashton Woods homeowners in Asturia, a master-planned community in Odessa, along the State Road 54 corridor. Two years later, the young couple will be bringing home their second child to their Ashton Woods home, when their son is born in January. “We just love our Ashton Woods home and living in Asturia,” said Alex, who works in the IT field. “We … [Read more...]

14 Beautiful Ashton Woods Homes Ready For Your Family

Ashton Woods is in its final sales phase at Asturia, with 80 percent of homesites sold since the community opened two years ago. “We’ve had tremendous success in Asturia, selling over 100 single-family homes in this much-desired community,” said Sales Manager Kristin Wilson. “We have under 40 homes available for sale, and expect all to be completed by the end of the year.” Because most … [Read more...]

Want To Move To A New Home By The Holidays?

Then visit Ashley Woods’ 18 Inventory Homes In Asturia Ashton Woods is in its final sales phase at Asturia, with 75 percent of home sites sold since the community opened two years ago. “We’ve had tremendous success in Asturia, selling over 100 beautiful homes in this much-desired community on State Road 54,” said Sales Manager Kristin Wilson. “We have just 45 homes to go, and expect all to … [Read more...]

Buy Your Ashton Woods Home Now, Before It’s Too Late

Ashton Woods is in its final sales phase at Asturia, with 75 percent of home sites sold since the community opened two years ago. “We’ve had tremendous success in Asturia, selling over 100 beautiful homes in this much-desired community on State Road 54,” said Sales Manager Kristin Woods. “We have just 45 homes to go, and expect all to be gone by the end of the year.” Because many families … [Read more...]

Rezoning of some west Pasco schools invalid, judge says

A circuit court judge has invalidated school rezoning actions by the Pasco County School Board for some of the district’s west schools, citing violations of a public notice requirement and of the state’s Sunshine Law. In a ruling dated Jan. 10, Circuit Court Judge Kimberly Sharpe Byrd determined that members of the district’s boundary committee “held discussions on Boundary Committee business … [Read more...]

Pasco students showcase their talents

The talent was endless. The applause was, too. Special needs students from seven Pasco County schools displayed their unique skills on May 17 before more than 100 parents, peers and school faculty. The eighth annual Showcase for Exceptional Talent was held at the Wesley Chapel High School Center for the Arts auditorium. From dancing and singing/duets, to lip-syncing and comedy … [Read more...]

Committee recommends higher impact fees

A committee appointed by the Pasco County Commission to suggest ways to boost funding for Pasco County school construction has recommended a hike in school impact fees. The committee stopped short of initially suggesting the full amount recommended by a consultant hired by Pasco County Schools. However, the committee said the full amount of the increase should be approved, if the Pasco … [Read more...]