Wimauma, FL 33598 | ID: 47279
|Name||Little Manatee Springs|
|Type of community||Age-restricted community|
|Office Phone||(813) 634-2395|
|Lot rent range||$400 - $750|
|Total # of lots||265|
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Community Approval - Pet restrictions
|Community owner type||Company, privately held|
|Community owner||Hometown America|
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|Sewer type||City provided|
|Climate Zone Rating||HOT-HUMID|
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The lot rent ranges from $400 - $750 per month and includes:
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Little Manatee Springs is an age-restricted (55+) manufactured home community located in 4337 Hamlin Way, Wimauma, FL 33598.
Little Manatee Springs is a land-lease community was built in 1980. and has a total of 265 home sites.
Home site lot rent ranges from $400 - $750 per month and includes the following:
The streets in the community are paved, and are of an average street width. The water in the community is sourced from the city and the sewer system is city provided. Parking is off-street The community has 0 parking spaces available for RVs.
Managed on-site by Hometown America. Little Manatee Springs is an affordable housing choice for active, friendly, age-qualified living. This well-maintained retirement community has easy access to local recreation, shopping and entertainment.
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Little Manatee Springs is located in Climate Zone 1. A HOT-HUMID climate is defined as a region that receives more than 20 inches (50 cm) of annual precipitation, and where the monthly average outdoor temperature remains above 67°F (19.5°C) throughout the year.
Knowing your area’s climate zone (as assigned by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America Program into one of eight zones), can help you predict your heating and cooling needs. Humidity and temperature can of course vary, even by county.
The Building America HOT-HUMID climate zone corresponds to the portions of IECC zones 2 and 3 in the dry category.READ MORE ABOUT CLIMATE ZONES >