An incorporated town that is adjacent to several large cities such as Tampa, Brooksville, Florida is the county seat of Hernando County. It is home to many historic residences and buildings and has been home to several prominent residents of the state.
It is home to around 8,000 residents, and it is a mix of residents and commercial tenants. It does have a history of racial unrest, though conditions have improved in recent years. The population is spread out evenly as far as age groups.
Here, one will find charming brick-lined streets, a farmer's market that operates on a monthly basis, a historic museum, and a small art gallery. The downtown area is coming to life with a small collection of antique shops and boutiques. So overall, this is a hard-working blue-collar community that seems to be moving forward and becoming a good place for a variety of people to call home.