Living in Largo
In the early 1800’s, settlers of Largo depended on agriculture to sustain a living by raising cattle and growing citrus. After WWII, many people began moving into the area and industry took over. Present day, Largo is nicknamed “City of Progress”, boasting more than 75,000 residents. Points of interest in Largo include the Largo Cultural Center, Largo Central Park Nature Preserve, Largo Golf Course and Largo Central Park.
Located on Florida’s coastline, The Barrington is near shopping, dining, entertainment, hospitals and churches. Surrounded by quality schools, safe neighborhoods, and a variety of recreation options, it’s easy to make The Barrington your retirement destination.