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Amy Searcy, Realtor, At Home in Pasco

Amy Searcy, Realtor

At Home in Pasco

Phone: 205-281-0349

Amy Searcy

Amy Searcy has been a licensed Realtor for over 16 years, lived in a TND community in Alabama (Mt. Laurel) and was on the new construction sales team there for several years. Amy, although somewhat new to Longleaf (Aug. 2011), is not new to the Traditional Neighborhood Development uniqueness as it pertains to home ownership, deed restrictions and lifestyle. The Longleaf Neighborhood Association and the community as a whole would benefit from Amy’s extensive experience and fresh perspective. Amy has recently partnered with Laura Bech with At Home In Pasco Real Estate and is enjoying living and working in Longleaf. In her spare time, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, Chris, and son, Teddy.

Longleaf Neighborhood

Longleaf is a traditional neighborhood. Every neighbor is connected through a community email system. There are community events of all kinds for all ages, especially for Holidays. Great way to get to know your neighbors! The neighborhood is fully equipped with: a large community pool and spa, three playgrounds, five open grassy fields, conservation areas, bike/hike trails, community garden, baseball/basketball/volleyball/tennis courts, three mail kiosks, a Downtown area including: Italian restaurant, Barber shop, Jewelry store, Hair Salon, and a Coffee shop, a Day Care Center, an A-rated elementary school, street lights, welcoming front porches, garages in the rear connected to back alleyways, sidewalks on every street, and a great feeling of belonging.

We have a CDD (Community Development District) board, who are Longleaf residents, who’s purpose is to keep the maintenance of the neighborhood. If knowing your neighbors and neighborhood is the kind of thing you want to be a part of, then Longleaf is the place for you!

For more information on Longleaf and neo-traditional/CDD neighborhoods in general, please visit the following websites:

http://longleaftown.com/

http://traditionalneighborhoods.net/