Living in Trinity, Florida

Published On: September 3, 2015|Categories: Blog, Trinity|

Living in Trinity FL Homes for Sale

If you’re thinking about moving to Trinity, Florida, you’re not alone. This growing community has a population of just under 12,000 people, and new developments are popping up around town. The town, named after Trinity College of Florida, was developed in the late 1980s. The community’s sense of the junction of Pasco, Hillsboro and Pinellas counties.

What’s it Like Living in Trinity, Florida?

There are two Publix supermarkets in Trinity, as well as a handful of other stores, restaurants and cafés.

The Pasco County School District runs the schools for children in this community. Kids may attend:

  • Trinity Elementary
  • Trinity Oaks Elementary
  • Longleaf Elementary
  • Odessa Elementary
  • Athenian Academy of Pasco
  • Seven Springs Middle School
  • W. Mitchell High School

There are a number of private schools in Trinity as well.

Notable Neighborhoods in Trinity

There are several neighborhoods within Trinity where you will find condominiums, golf course homes and luxury homes. We also have waterfront homes and townhomes.

Some notable neighborhoods in Trinity include:

Are You Moving to Trinity?

If you’re thinking about moving to Trinity, Florida, we can help. We live and work in this area, and we know each of the neighborhoods inside and out.

When you’re ready to explore real estate listings in this pretty, idyllic community, call us at 727-584-8480 or 813-961-6000. You can also contact us online to let us know what type of home you’re looking for in Trinity. We’ll be happy to build a custom search for you.