Wood Valley Real Estate

Wood Valley is a true hidden gem which is discreetly nestled behind the adjacent subdivision of Virginia Groves Estates, just south of Sunset Point Road in Clearwater. Boasting of a mixture where urban meets country, Wood Valley’s location offers the best of everyday conveniences within an appealing natural setting. Cushioned beside the Ream Wilson Trail and Cliff Stephens Park to its south and Moccasin Lake Nature Park to the west, Wood Valley exudes a quiet community atmosphere. Within walking distance, Wood Valley homeowners can enjoy the nature trails, board walks, still lakes, and wildlife within Moccasin Lake Nature Park, or the playground, tennis courts, or basketball court at the community park at the intersection of Park Trail Lane and Fairwood Avenue. The Ream Wilson Trail provides you with a scenic biking path through multiple parks and Cliff Stephens Park Park offers picnic tables, a boat lunch, and fishing spots. Located between US 19 and McMullen Booth, Wood Valley residents can appreciate an easy commute to a variety of dining facilities, supermarkets, shopping plazas, gas stations, public transportation, and highly rated schools. Merely minutes from your favored amenities and numerous employment opportunities, what’s not to love about the locale of Wood Valley?

Quaint homes, large trees, and a peaceful atmosphere set the tone for this friendly Clearwater subdivision. More than 300 single family homes make up the Wood Valley subdivision. Built from 1971 to 1973, these 2-4 bedroom and 1-2 bathroom homes are found in modest sizes of 729 square feet to more roomy capacities up to 2,000 square feet in size. Most Wood Valley homes are equipped with open concept layouts, a pass-through or breakfast bar from the kitchen, an attached 1 car garage, a rear lanai or patio, and a spacious backyard. For a great and affordable home, look no further than Wood Valley!

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