A Crystal Springs company known for its manufacture of train horns designed for cars and trucks is expanding its property holdings in the greater Zephyrhills area.
Landon Enterprises LLC, a company associated with HornBlasters Inc. owner Matthew Heller, closed last month on more than 5.5 acres of land located inside Copeland Industrial Park, not far from the Zephyrhills Municipal Airport.
The $900,000 sale included a 22,500-square-foot steel building constructed in 2001 at 3752 and 3748 Copeland Drive. The structure had been owned by Linex Investments Inc. since 2006, according to county property records, when the company picked up the land and building through a $1.7 million receiver’s deed.
It’s not clear what Heller has planned for the property, or if he plans to move HornBlasters into it. That company currently lists a site on Pattie Road in Crystal Springs as its address, a nearly 10-acre piece of property Heller picked up last May for $85,000. Heller did not respond to a request by The Laker/Lutz News a few weeks ago for comment.
Landon’s new property purchase is zoned for light industrial, while HornBlasters’ current site in Crystal Springs is zoned for mobile homes, according to county property records.