Twisted Oaks to Offer More Than 1,200 Homes in Wildwood, FL

Twisted Oaks development is a new housing complex coming to Wildwood, Florida. The $550 million venture could start construction in the first quarter of 2024. Villages-News reports that the development will feature 1,260 homes on a 387-acre plot. At this time, rent information is not publicly available.

A streetview of the future build site.

Google Earth suggests that the build site is largely unoccupied. It may have been previously used for agricultural purposes. The mixed-use development will also include 165,000 square feet of commercial and industrial space. It will comprise more than 200,000 square feet of new construction.

Of the 1,260 homes, 735 are single-family units, 248 are townhomes, and 277 are multi-family housing units. Twisted Oaks was formerly known as the “O’Dell Planned Development,” which was initially approved in 2008. Kolter Group LLC is the developer. It has Twisted Oaks’ conceptual renderings on its website. It shows that the development is divided into six parcels. Kolter Group LLC presently has 18 active projects across multiple sectors in Georgia and Florida.

A streetview of the future build site.

Renderings suggest that the community will offer at least 10 lakes and incorporate native wetlands into its design. Twisted Oaks’ address is listed as 8616 North US 301, Wildwood, Florida, 34785, in Sumter County. The community is located near I-75 and northeast of the Jumper Creek Wildlife Management Area.




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5 Comments on "Twisted Oaks to Offer More Than 1,200 Homes in Wildwood, FL"

  1. Paulette kelly | August 5, 2023 at 9:53 am | Reply

    What design house will you have?

  2. I would like to know the starting offer for the future homes here at twisted oaks?

  3. Francene Castiglione | December 5, 2023 at 10:04 pm | Reply

    What’s the starting price on a 3 bdr,2bth home

  4. I would like to know if there’s any plans to take over the neighboring housing/mobile homes?

  5. Jan M Perruccio | March 13, 2024 at 9:42 pm | Reply

    I am intrested

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