About Carrollwood Village.
Carrollwood Village is an unincorporated community in Hillsborough County, Florida. Professionally managed by Greenacre Properties, Inc.
Who We Are
Carrollwood Village is an unincorporated community in Hillsborough County, Florida. Professionally managed by Greenacre Properties, Inc., our community is spread over 11.7 square miles and divided into three residential phases. Each phase is governed by a separate Homeowners Association. In entirety Carrollwood Village contains approximately 3,500 residential homes, townhomes and condominiums. Centrally located just outside the heart of Tampa Bay, Carrollwood Village is a place you’ll want to call home.
The Boards of Directors from all three phases work directly with the Community Association Manager to uphold all rules, regulations and compliance for our neighborhoods. Having a strong support system is necessary in communities of this stature. Each director is voted in by residents and all do an excellent job in making the community an enjoyable place to live.
Almost everything a resident needs can be found inside Carrollwood Village. We refer to our community as “self contained” with amenities like shopping, dining, entertainment, activities, a premier members only country club, championship golf course, assisted living facilities and much more. Located only 15 minutes from Tampa International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown, living in Carrollwood Village provides residents the quiet serenity of suburban life. Carrollwood Village has an old charm feel with open spaces, lush tropical landscapes, walking and running trails and amazing parks and recreation facilities.
Chris Cernosek is the current Carrollwood Village Community Association Manager (CAM). Chris became the Carrollwood Village CAM in May 2021 and currently manages all three phases of the village.
Find information about Schools, Gov't Offices, Family Fun and more. We are centrally located in the Tampa Bay area boasting with attractions.
Carrollwood Country Club
Carrollwood Cultural Center
Founded in 2008 with support from USF’s Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships and the CVHOAs in partnership with the Hillsborough County Parks, Rec and Conservation Department.