Lutz Homes For Sale


Why Lutz?
Do you want to have all the attractions of the Tampa Bay area but don’t want to necessarily live in the hustle and bustle of the metro area? Then Lutz is for you! With a population of just over 20,000, Lutz was originally just a small residential area that sprung up around its local train depot. There’s even a replica of the original train depot in the quaint downtown area today!

Low Cost of Living and Great Schools
Lutz scored 110 on the national cost of living index. To put that into perspective, the national average is a score of 100, with the most expensive city, New York City, scoring 187.2. While the job market is typically retail-oriented, a lot of the residents work out of the city limits in the nearby metros around Tampa Bay.

Enjoy the Tampa Bay Area But Live in A Small Town!
Enjoy all the benefits of the Tampa Bay Area while still living in a small town! The Tampa Bay area offers world-class attractions such as theme parks, and outdoor recreation, and is famous for its bay, river, and sea fishing. Many of the residents choose the quiet setting living in Lutz and work in the bustling Tampa Bay area job market which focuses on healthcare, finance, supply chain, and technology.

Lake Info

Lutz Lake
Lutz is surrounded by lakes and in the very heart of what is considered lake country in Flordia and central to that is Lutz Lake, a small local gem great for fishing and canooning.

Swamp Lake
Despite the name, Swamp Lake has some of the nicest lake front offerings in the area. The lake itself is just over 200 acers and great for fishing.

Hog Island Lake 
Hog Island Lake is a lake in Hillsborough County and has an elevation of 18 metres. It is close to Cool Kell Lake and Lake Kell.

Lake Keene
It is one of the best spots for catching largemouth bass, black crappie, and alligator gar.

Cooper Lake 
About a half-hour’s drive away is Tampa International Airport, and 11 minutes away is St. Joseph’s Hospital North.

Flynn Lake 
Located near Violet Cury Nature Preserve, and close to Sinclair Hills Road.

Lake Stemper 
A lake in Hillsborough County, Florida. It was named for Father Francis Xavier Augustus Stemper, a Catholic priest who oversaw a local mission.

Lake Allen
The 20-acre lake empties into the Gulf of Mexico through an underground system created by the roadway, and there is limited public access.