The Brywood Neighborhood was developed by Earl and Grace Hardie, Brywood has 3 phases with a total of 134 lots. Phase I (90 lots), Phase II (27 lots) and Phase III (17 lots). Sizes range from .30 to 1.34 acres. Homes were built between 1964 and 1978. Homes range from 1,800 to 2,500 square feet heated and cooled.
Brywood is located at latitude /longitude 29 ͦ 40’ 1” N 82 ͦ 21’ 48” W The elevation average is 30 feet. Brywood’s main entrance access is at NW 16th Avenue and NW 27th Terrace and the Phase III entrance is located at NW 26th Way and NW 16th Avenue.
Brywoood is location 1.3 miles to Westside Park, 1.9 miles to Millhopper Shopping Center, The Fresh Market, offices and restaurants. 2.3 miles to the University of Florida, 3.9 miles to the Oaks Mall, 4 miles to North Florida Regional Medical Center and 5.1 miles to Santa Fe College.
Brywood’s amenities include curb and gutter and streetlights.
Homes in the Brywood Neighborhood consist primarily of ranch, mid-century modern, colonial, contemporary and traditional.
M. Parrish, a local Builder and Developer, built a mid-century modern residence for his family on NW 27th Terrace in Brywood.