Welcome to Wesley Chapel

Originally called Double Branch for the area's twin creeks, the community was named for the Methodist chapel that stood on the northwest corner of SR 54 and Boyette Road. A popular nickname for the area was "Gatorville."

Since 2000, Wesley Chapel has grown rapidly. Newcomers from in and out of state have populated new luxury communities such as the Enclave at Wiregrass Apartments, Preserve at Quail Woods, Citrus Trace, Saddlewood, Brooksville, Bridgeview, Watergrass, Villages of Wesley Chapel, Seven Oaks, Country Walk, Meadow Pointe, Chapel Pines, Bridgewater, Northwood, Belle Chase, Saddlebrook, The Ridge, Estancia, Provence, Windermere Estates and Lexington Oaks. Several town home developments have been built; Saddle Creek and Santa Fe as well as the new Atlis apartments behind Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel. A new retirement community "The Beach House" is being built just  east of Mansfield Blvd on SR56.


Homes in Wesley Chapel

Wesley Chapel is home to many new development neighborhoods featuring builders Lennar, CalAtlantic, M/I Homes, Beazer and much, much more. 

Outdoor malls, ice rinks, restaurants and bars.. you name it, Wesley Chapel has it.

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Where is Wesley Chapel

Wesley Chapel is located just North of New Tampa. Residents choose the area because of its proximity to Interstate 75 and Interstate 275, 25 miles north of Downtown Tampa, and other major locales.

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