Eiland Park Townhomes

Zephyrhills, Florida Homes for Sale

About Eiland Park Townhomes

Eiland Park Townhomes is a neighborhood in Zephyrhills, Florida. Eiland Park Townhomes mostly features midsize homes that are very reasonably priced. This is a well-established community that dates back to 2006, and construction was completed around 2012.

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Quick Facts

Closed Prices: $140,000 to $210,000

Median Sale Price: $178,000

Association Fee Ranges: $70, $200/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 2006 to 2011

Sq. Ft.: 1326 to 1561 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 3 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 3 Bathrooms

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Neighborhood Reviews

3 Reviews

I Love Living at Eiland Park!!

Bordeau J
I have lived at Eiland park for 6 years as of May 2018 and am very happy here. The lawns are all maintained as the pool and spa, along with commons area. We are not a large community which I like, we are in a quiet area free from noise, with security gates. One reviewer was rather negative in regard to my community, what surprises me is you are told the HOA fee in advance of buying a home here, if you feel the fee is too high that"s ok there are plenty of other communities to chose from> When someone mentioned they only paid $125 in HOA fees they didn't mentioned how many people reside in that community! I like the fact I can walk my dog ANY time day or night without fear, I like the fact the police patrol our community, their pay is in our HOA fee, My dog has never had a flea problem because the lawns and common areas are sprayed included in our HOA fee. My home as well as everyone else's was painted last year, our roofs are going to replaced, included in our HOA fees. Pool area, spa area, dumpster area, general grounds, dog dump station , including waste bags are all maintained, included in our HOA fee. Trees are cut, bark chips replaced around bushes, well lit mailbox area, both front and rear security gates. picnic area maintained. You can find fault with any community but when you complain about the HOA fee which haven't been increased in the six years I have lived here when I hear other communities have had increases. And obviously there is NOT a clubhouse and then complain there isn't one seems a little foolish. I also love the fact NO ONE knocks on my door in the middle of the night, no stranger comes to my home selling anything. The security, the peace and quite, a clean maintained community and a smaller community, I have no complaints and would gladly recommend Eiland Park to anyone looking for the same!

Nice and quiet

Eiland Park is a nice and quiet neighborhood. Everyone has been friendly and I enjoy living here. We have assigned numbered parking and additional unnumbered spaces for visitors. The community is gated and people are out walking with kids and dogs.

At War with Itself

Barry M
Eiland Park Townhomes is a community at war with itself. The HOA documents were not written with the forethought to limit the number of units that could be rented out. It's impossible to really tell how many are owner occupied. The HOA/management company cannot keep up with the number either as there is nothing in place that can really stop someone from moving out and renting the unit to anyone. Some of the HOA members are very helpful and candidly talk about how difficult it is to fight this battle since so many years have gone by where other board members showed no interest in making decisions. In other HOA neighborhoods I've lived in, people who continued to disregard the bylaws and covenants would be fined after multiple warnings. In same rare cases, the HOA would take legal action. In EPT, those actions are never taken unless it is to collect dues. If your next door neighbor keeps a stockpile of trash on their porch for months, the only consequence is that person will get a letter. Then another letter. Then the management company will just give up. The common complaints heard revolve around renters at least 90% of the time. EPT has the common problems you'd expect, but no action is ever taken against those who habitually clash with the community's written rules. At a meeting, we heard a board member mention that one unit was being rented out, but had six people living in it. At first that didn't sound too bad until we read the bylaws and it turns out only four people can occupy a two bedroom space. I saw this member not too long ago and they said nothing was being done about it, so this person didn't try anymore. Parking is a mess. There are not enough numbered spots to dedicate two per household, so each unit is only assigned one spot. There are owners/renters who have three or four cars, so some streets have very limited availability to park, especially after 5PM. It has been a fight to get a system in place to enforce the parking policy, making some of us question why we pay $5 for parking decals when so many people don't have them. Since dues are $200 a month, we expected a lot more out of the community. Most of the buildings were recently painted, so some of the maintenance is on a schedule. But where is the rest of the money really going? My previous home had a $125 fee and came with a larger pool, full clubhouse, yard maintenance, paint, and roof replacement. Either the management company is taking too much of a chunk, or the funds were so badly mismanaged at the start that we're all paying for it now.
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