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Ready, set, lunge.

Ever felt bored or unmotivated at the gym? Tired of the same old routines or wondering when the results will come? If so, you might be ready to join the countless people who have stepped off the treadmill and broadened their fitness horizons in the great outdoors.

2018: Year of the Dog

The Chinese New Year will be celebrated on February 16, welcoming 2018 as the Year of the Dog – the symbol of loyalty and honesty. In honor, we are celebrating our furry, loyal Starkey Ranch residents and are so glad they are part of this community.

Success by the Numbers

Starkey Ranch is alive, thriving and definitely selling. With a variety of lifestyle, home type and price range options combined with an abundance of trails, parks, amenities and family events, this community is proving to be a home run. But our success isn’t possible without our relationships with local realtors.

Homestead Park Ready for Fun

Homestead Park is now complete and showcases the rich history of Starkey Ranch while incorporating unique playground equipment and wide open spaces.

Pulte Homes to build six new plans in Monroe Commons neighborhood

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Pre-construction home sales begin in October in our newest neighborhood, Monroe Commons, an enclave of 95 home sites located adjacent to Huckleberry Pond and the Starkey Ranch District Park. Pulte Homes is introducing six new home designs in Monroe Commons, offering two to five bedrooms, and ranging from approximately 1,950 to 2,470 square feet.

Touch-a-Truck will roll back around on November 4th

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If you thought our 2016 Touch-a-Truck event was big fun, you're going to love the 2017 version even more. On Saturday, November 4th, we're opening the 90-acre Starkey Ranch District Park with this family friendly roundup of more than 100 vehicles. Kids (and parents, too) can get up close and personal with trucks, buses, tractors, fire engines, construction equipment and more.

Distance Classic showcases community trails

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On April 29, Starkey Ranch was host to nearly 500 participants in the 2017 Distance Classic, a combination of our 5K and 10K races that took runners through the beautiful trails of the community. Beginning at the nearly completed Starkey Ranch District Park, the run featured views from many of the community’s 20-miles of trails, of which nearly 7 miles are completed.

A Visit from the Starkeys

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Jay B Starkey, Jr., and his wife Marsha paid a visit to Starkey Ranch today with about 20 friends from St. Petersburg. Welcome Center manager Jane Branham greeted the group and gave them a community update.

Lights, Camera, Action at Starkey Ranch

Our talent scouts tapped several Starkey Ranch residents for cameo roles in our first-ever TV commercial, now airing on Good Morning Tampa Bay, and select cable networks including HGTV. Life really has taken root in our community, with more than 150 families already living here and an average of four more moving in each week. We’re proud to show our success to viewers throughout the Tampa Bay area.

Townhomes Make a Debut

If you’re looking for easy living, you’ll love the Whitfield Park Townhomes by M/I Homes. The first building is now complete and you can see all four floorplans, including one furnished model home.

Five-Star School Pride

All three public schools to which Starkey Ranch students are assigned for the 2017-18 school year have earned Five-Star Schools status, as announced by the Florida Department of Education in January. Odessa Elementary School, River Ridge Middle School and River Ridge High School each earned the distinction which recognizes exemplary levels of family and community involvement in the schools. River Ridge is the only middle school in Pasco County on this year’s list.

From REALTOR to Resident

Falling in love with Starkey Ranch is easy to do. Just ask some of the Realtors who brought clients to see the community and ended up buying new homes for themselves.