As you enter Greenfield Station from Highway 468, you'll pass the neighborhood pools and cabana as well as a few estate sized homes on the right. You will notice the lush landscaped entrance and roundabout which leads to four communities within Greenfield Station.
The first development in the neighborhood is Greenfield Ridge, a section with homes between 1200-1550 square feet. Next, Greenfield Crossing was developed with homes to meet the needs of those looking for 1550-2000 square feet. See my 2017 blog post about the neighborhood.
Two new phases are currently under construction. Coventry of Greenfield features quality new construction with 1900 square foot minimums, and Sawgrass Lakes is being constructed with 1300 square foot minimums. Current pricing for Coventry is in the mid $200,000s, while homes in Sawgrass Lakes are priced in the upper $100,000s.
Children who live in Greenfield Station would attend Brandon Public Schools.
Home shown is an example of the quality you'll find in Coventry of Greenfield. Four bedrooms, 2 Baths, granite countertops, an extra large walk-in shower in the master bath, and an attention to detail, all for an affordable $244,900.
Satisfy your budget-friendly needs in Greenfield Station. USDA financing is available to qualified applicants. Homes are currently available in all four phases.