This year is sure to be every bit as exciting as 2011 at Old Palm Golf Club, as four new model homes are opening in Old Palmâs Golf Estates neighborhood in January alone. Two models were built by Courchene Development Corporation; the other two by Mustapick Estate Homes. While each home is magnificent in its own way, they all offer the amenities luxury homebuyers want most, including high ceilings, beautiful woodwork, light interiors, spacious Master Suites, top-of-the-line appliances, and impact-resistant windows and doors. Although similar in price, ranging from $1,535,000 to $1,815,000, the homes offer the buyer plenty of choices. Thereâs variety in the number of bedrooms, whether thereâs a Great Room or Family Room, and whether the home overlooks the Raymond Floyd-designed golf course or a spectacular, lushly landscaped lagoon. Mustapickâs magnificent 3,855-square-foot Marseilles model offers three bedrooms, a den, and a great room. For buyers seeking a slightly larger home, thereâs Mustapickâs equally spectacular 4,055-square-foot Monaco model, the primary differences being a fourth bedroom and a more traditional Family Room. The Decorators Unlimited designed the transitional interiors, ever mindful that Floridians prefer less formal furnishings. The two Courchene model homes also share similarities, yet are still quite different. At 3,951 square feet, the Royal Poinciana features four bedrooms, a den and a great room in an open one-story layout. A lighted fountain graces the entry courtyard. The substantially larger Chesterfield model sprawls over 5,060 square feet and has a second floor with a loft thatâs accessible by elevator or stairs. The home overlooks the green on the third hole of the golf course.