Old Palm News - Sales spur more construction in the Golf Estates

Sales spur more construction in the Golf Estates

December 07, 2012

Lot 59 gbr 04 final rev web 150x150 Old Palm Golf Club knows what homebuyers want, a point driven home by record sales in 2012. Interest has been high in all three of Old Palm’s neighborhoods, but especially in the Golf Estates among buyers looking for a luxury residence in the 3,400 to 5,000 square foot range. Courchene Development Corporation just sold its Royal Poinciana model there. The magnificent 3,968-square-foot residence features four bedrooms, five full and one half baths, a den, and a Great Room that opens onto a covered loggia that’s ideal for entertaining. The model can be constructed elsewhere in the Golf Estates, starting at $1,470,000. Then, there’s Courchene’s most intimate model, the 3,485-square-foot Poinciana II. The home’s traditional split floor plan features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a library and a spacious great room that opens onto a covered loggia. The Poinciana II is priced from $1,320,000 on a standard preserve home site. Courchene’s lovely Chesterfield satisfies the opposite end of the size spectrum, as it encompasses 5,060 square feet. The two-story layout includes four bedrooms, five full and two half baths, a den and a second floor with a loft. The residence overlooks the green on the third hole of the golf course, so the views are spectacular. It’s priced from $1,685,000. Mustapick Estate Homes is equally prominent in the Golf Estates, having recently finished three distinct models on three consecutive, quarter-acre home sites. The largest residence is the Monaco, a 4,055-square-foot residence offering four bedrooms, four full and one half bath, a club room, living room and family room. This is the second Monaco that Mustapick has constructed in the neighborhood; the first sold just two weeks after it became available. The Monaco starts at $1,441,000. Mustapick’s magnificent 3,855-square-foot Marseilles sits on a lushly landscaped home site next door. Like the Monaco, it feels wonderfully spacious. The design flows naturally, lending a certain seamlessness to the layout, which features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a den and great room that opens on to a covered loggia. The Marseilles is priced from $1,423,000. Finally, there’s the 3,409-square-foot Martinique, a British Colonial-influenced design aimed at those who want a slightly smaller layout, as it features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a den and family room. Thoughtfully designed with a minimum of hallways, the Martinique uses the extra space to expand the other rooms. When built on a preserve home site, the Martinique starts at $1,271,000.

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