Old Palm has been a popular venue for several events for the PGA Corridor Association, the most recent being a gathering this week at the Ashford model in our Grand Estates neighborhood. More than 40 association members attended and enjoyed cocktails, hors dâoeuvres and a discussion of private property rights by guest speaker James S. Burling. Burling is the Director of Litigation at Pacific Legal Foundation, a watchdog organization that litigates for limited government, property and individual rights, and a balanced approach to environmental regulations. The topic was of much interest to the PGA Corridor, as its mission is to promote Palm Beach Gardens as the premier business location in Palm Beach County. The Ashford provided a lovely setting for the event. Built by Hasey Construction, the model features a traditional split floor plan that sprawls over 6,495 square feet of living space. The layout boasts five bedrooms, six full baths, two half baths, a loft, and club room and elevator. The Master Suite occupies one side of the Ashford, and three of the bedrooms are upstairs for added privacy. The family room, kitchen and breakfast area beautifully flow together in one large expanse that feels even more spacious because of the abundant windows and two sets of French doors that open onto the covered veranda. This Ashford model is being sold furnished for $3,950,000 and overlooks the finishing holesânumbers 9 and 18âof Old Palmâs spectacular Raymond Floyd-designed golf course. However, the model can be built on any home site in the Grand Estates starting at $2,750,000.