Citrus Hills Office
352-746-0744
Toll Free: 1-888-222-0856
Citrus Hills Email

Pine Ridge Estates Office
352-527-1820
Toll Free: 1-888-553-2223
Pine Ridge Estates Email

Your Home's Value

Foreclosure Listings

Search All Listings

Request Relocation Info

Homosassa
Welcome to Homosassa and Homosassa Springs, Florida, a natural wonderland with something for everyone.

From boating, fishing and a wildlife park to seafood festivals and arts and craft shows, Homosassa has a colorful past and rich cultural heritage.

Homosassa, in the southern part of Citrus County, is part of the northern most region of the Tampa Bay area. Major metropolitan areas such as Tampa and St. Petersburg are closer than you think.

The new Suncoast Parkway has made the conveniences of major sporting events, concert venues and shopping and dining in the big city accessible to Citrus County.

Located on Florida's pristine “Nature Coast”, Homosassa is a natural playground for outdoor enthusiasts! The Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park is a world renowned attraction.

The spring-fed temperate waters of the Homosassa River act as a natural haven for the endangered manatee.

People come from all over to visit the “Fishbowl”, a submerged viewing room in the Homosassa River and part of the wildlife park.

Here you can get up close and personal with the gentle giants as well as the native fish population.

Other native Florida animals such as the black bear, white tail deer, Florida panther, and otters call the wildlife park home.

The Gulf of Mexico is also close by, offering spectacular, world-record tarpon fishing. From deep sea fishing, pleasure boating, jet skiing and kayaking to snorkeling, scuba diving and swimming with the manatees, Homosassa was made for the outdoors man.

The history of Homosassa dates back to its native Indian inhabitants who named it. The explorer Hernando De Soto cut a path through Homosassa searching for Gold in the fifteen hundreds.

In more recent times David Levy Yulee built a sugar cane mill that supplied the confederate troops with sugar and molasses during the civil war.

The sugar mill ruins, a forty-foot limestone masonry chimney, iron gears, and cane press are a popular area attraction and the nearby community of Sugarmill Woods was named after it.

Homosassa and Homosassa Springs are largely made of waterfront property. Riverfront homes and canal access to the Gulf of Mexico makes property in Homosassa very desirable.

There is still undeveloped waterfront property here and reasonably priced compared to other Florida waterfront communities. The pros at Berkshire Hathaway can help you find the right spot on the water.