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6611 Trichel Ln, New Port Richey, FL 34653
$616 - $717 | Studio - 1 Bed
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6429 Sentry Way, New Port Richey, FL 34653
$622 - $1,010 | 1 - 2 Beds
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Greater New Port Richey North Neighborhood in New Port Richey, FL

Greater New Port Richey North Neighborhood

New Port Richey is a large, suburban city located along Florida’s West Coast, roughly 30 miles northwest of Tampa. New Port Richey is just south of Port Richey, which is considered the older, original city. The two were separated around 1916, and New Port Richey incorporated in 1924.

New Port Richey is a fantastic waterfront community with a river meandering through the center of the city and just minutes from popular area beaches such as Green Key Beach and Gulf Harbors South Beach. North New Port Richey features a variety of small neighborhoods, including Villa Park, Oak Hill Heights, Jasmine Hills, and Treasure Island.

With its beautiful and vibrant Main Street lined with shops, art galleries, and restaurants, New Port Richey provides the Florida lifestyle you crave. Sims Park, in the heart of downtown, is located along the Pithlachascotee River and features an amphitheater, a boat ramp, and a playground. The park hosts a variety of festivals and events, including the Cotee River Seafood and Blues Festival.

Joggers will appreciate the paved walking/running path at Cotee River Park – it hugs the seawall and is shaded by tall trees. Cotee River Park also provides picnic areas and benches. The Florida Canoe Trail begins at Frances Avenue Park, a terrific park that also features an ADA-accessible playground and river access.

For nature lovers, there’s the James E. Grey Preserve, an 80-acre nature preserve along the Pithlachascotee River. The Florida Canoe Trail ends here, and there’s a boardwalk through a floodplain forest, a fishing pier, two miles of hiking trails, and a large event pavilion. This preserve is part of the Florida Great Birding Trail, featuring 140 different types of birds.

If you are moving to New Port Richey with a dog, there’s a park for you, as well. Meadows Dog Park has separate small and large dog areas, fenced dog run areas, picnic tables, a basketball court, a playground, and potable water.

As you explore apartments in New Port Richey, be sure to check out some of the city’s more historic locations. The Hacienda Hotel is a fine example. This Mission-style hotel was built in 1925 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located along Main Street, across from Sims Park.

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