Sales are red-hot in Old Palmâs new Isle Estates neighborhood, where the homes are distinguished by beautiful coastal architecture. Hasey Constructionâs Bonair model just sold, not long after the sale of the companyâs Belize model. In addition, Courchene Development recently sold its Hamilton model in the Isle Estates. To meet the increasing customer demand, Hasey and Courchene have other homes in various stages of design. For starters, Hasey plans to build another Bonair model on a one-third acre home site overlooking the 10th hole of Old Palmâs spectacular Raymond Floyd-designed golf course. With 5,275 square feet under air, it offers four bedrooms, five full and two half baths in a traditional great room layout with a club room, theatre and upstairs lounge accessible by stairs or elevator that opens onto a rear terrace. Other inviting features of the Bonair include beamed ceilings, great separation between the bedrooms for added privacy, and a grand sense of spaciousness. The Bonair can be constructed starting at $2,325,000. In addition, Hasey has begun designing a new model called the Bermuda that will begin construction in the Isle Estates later in the season. Like all of the neighborhoodâs residences, the Bermuda will reflect the coastal architecture that has so captivated homebuyers. The exact design or pricing hasnât been finalized, but the four-bedroom model will be one story, a departure from Haseyâs other models, which are two stories and somewhat larger. Courchene just sold its one-story Hamilton model in Isle Estates and is designing other homes. The company is about to break ground on a newly purchased St. James, which will mirror the fully furnished model of the same name located nearby on Plantation Way. With 5,129 square feet under air, the one-story St. James offers four bedrooms, five full and two half baths, and a separate club room away from the spacious living room and family room. The model can be built starting at $2,260,000. Courchene is also designing two custom coastal-style homes for buyers in the Isle Estates and yet another new model called the Coquina, a reference to the whitish shell limestone that is often used as a building material throughout the tropics. When completed, the Coquina will feature four bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths, and a private study away from the main living area and a three-car garage. The 4,619-square-foot-under-air Coquina is the first new model in the Isle Estates under 5,000 square feet. It is ideal for homebuyers who prefer a more intimate footprint while still providing the carefree island ambiance that the neighborhood embodies. The Coquina is priced starting at $2,095,000. The Coquina will occupy an outstanding home site overlooking the 10th hole of Old Palmâs golf course. While the floor plan is unique in many respects from Courcheneâs other models in the Isle Estates, the Coquina embraces the distinctive coastal architecture that defines the neighborhood.