Take comfort in being home. Tampa Villas is an affordable community created for your well being – a place where residents can enjoy the care free living they deserve. Centrally located in desirable South Tampa, The Villas is minutes away from Westshore Mall with its many shops and restaurants, downtown Tampa and Saint Petersburg. A city bus line stops right out the door, making transportation a breeze.
Tampa Villas, the spacious one bedroom floor plans are sure to compliment your lifestyle. Residents frequently gather in the large multipurpose room for coffee and various activities. Also available, for our residents’ enjoyment, is a well stocked library/game room and a computer room. Residents have access to free Wi-Fi and a laundry center.
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