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Top Reasons to Live in Spring Hill FL

  • Willie "The Actor" Sutton, a famous bank robber, once called Spring Hill home, which is hard to believe, because today the city is a quiet suburb of Tampa, Florida. People choose to live here because Spring Hill is a small and peaceful place with lower prices than nearby Tampa proper. The city is home to over 98,000 residents, and it's very close to the beach, which makes those who love the outdoors and water sports happy. Some people own or rent their vacation homes here, but it's more common to settle down for long-term here in Spring Hill.

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  • Moving to Spring Hill If you're looking for a rent to own house or a rental apartment, you'll probably be able to find it in Spring Hill. This is because there is a 12% vacancy rate, which is higher than many other cities in this area. 75% of properties are owned in Spring Hill, while only 15% are rented - so it might be a better place to be if you want to buy. But there still are rental homes and apartments, and you can rent a studio for about $650 per month. The annual residential turnover is low here at about 15%, and that's because people enjoy living in Spring Hill. The median home sale price here is about $90,000, which is a pretty great price for someone who wants to buy a whole apartment or a house in Florida.
  • Arts and Culture The Spring Hill Art League's mission is to promote the creation of visual arts in Hernando County, Florida. The League offers classes, painting sessions and scholarships for budding artists. The League has done great work to make fine art a staple of Spring Hill's culture. For theater lovers there is the Stage West Community Playhouse - a community theater staging live productions throughout the year. The Hernando Symphony Orchestra is also based in Spring Hill, so if you love classical music or hearing live concerts, this is a great place to call home.
  • Local Restaurants Florida is known for its outstanding cuisine, and Spring Hill is no different, with several of its restaurants having their own established reputation throughout the state. Nouvelle Cuisine is the area's best - it's a romantic place that serves French/Steakhouse fare. It's expensive, but it receives awards of excellence from multiple critics and reviewers. Chefs of Napoli is also a delightful eatery in the area. It offers fresh Italian cuisine, and the huge, floor to ceiling windows create a sleek, fresh modern feel inside. For something a bit more casual and on the cheaper side, Spring Hill residents eat at the Breakfast Station. Go there for pancakes or French toast. Anyone of any age will absolutely love it.
  • Schools in Spring Hill The public schools in Spring Hill are considered to be pretty good, and a lot of people in the area choose to send their children there for an excellent and safe educational experience. The schools are part of the Hernando County School District, and there are 7 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 1 public high school in the city. If you opt to send your kids to private schools instead, there are 3 private schools in the area that offer K-12 education, and one Catholic School that offers K-8 schooling.
  • Transportation and Commutes Spring Hill is a great city, but to get to the nicest beaches or the big city Tampa nearby, you're going to want to have a car. Spring Hill is connected to Tampa via the Sun Coast Parkway (SR 589) and US 19. If you don't have a car, it does have bus service - called "THE Bus" - which connects Spring Hill and Brooksville. It won't get you too many places, except the main thoroughfares of the town, so if you're trying to get somewhere out of the way, be sure to invest in your own set of wheels.