VIDEO: Water Flowing On New Seven-Acre Man-Made Lagoon In Pasco County

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ABOVE VIDEO: The seven-acre man-made lagoon will be the focal point of the Epperson housing development in Wesley Chapel. This week, the water started to flow, and they’ve already sold 50 of what will be 1,000 homes surrounding the lagoon.

PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 13) – Waterfront property will soon be coming to thousands of people living in Pasco County. But first, they’ve got to bring in the water.

The seven-acre man-made lagoon will be the focal point of the Epperson housing development in Wesley Chapel. This week, the water started to flow, and they’ve already sold 50 of what will be 1,000 homes surrounding the lagoon.

“It’s a game-changer in this community,” offered Jen Austin of Metro Development Group. “We are already exceeding every builder’s expectations.”

A company out of Miami builds the lagoons, mainly in Dubai and South Africa. Waterfalls, paddle boarding, a beach area — they’ve got it all.

So what’s the cost to the homeowner? A community lagoon fee, which is being set at $25 a month.

The seven-acre man-made lagoon will be the focal point of the Epperson housing development in Wesley Chapel. This week, the water started to flow, and they’ve already sold 50 of what will be 1,000 homes surrounding the lagoon. (Fox 13 Image)

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