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Courchene offers a diversity of estates in Old Palm Golf Club

March 21, 2012

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Having built estate homes in all three neighborhoods in Old Palm Golf Club, Courchene Development Corporation thoroughly understands the home styles that clients desire in the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches. Courchene constructed its first home in Old Palm’s extraordinary Custom Estates neighborhood in 2005, and the relationship has grown and deepened as the company continues to build new models to meet the demand. “Old Palm Golf Club is a first-class private Club community, and I really love its understated elegance,” says Paul Courchene, President and Partner of Courchene Development Corporation. “We’ve developed a great working relationship because everyone at Old Palm is professional, detail-oriented and easy to work with.” Courchene recently opened two model homes, the Royal Poinciana and Chesterfield, in Old Palm’s Golf Estates neighborhood. While these brand-new residences share many of the same features, including high ceilings, beautiful woodwork and light-infused interiors, each estate has its own personality. The magnificent Royal Poinciana features a fountain in the entry courtyard that sets a tone of serenity. Inside the 3,951-square-foot residence, there are four bedrooms, five full and one half baths, and a spacious Great Room that opens onto a covered loggia that’s ideal for entertaining. Highlights of the larger 5,060-square-foot Chesterfield include four bedrooms, a den, loft, and second floor accessible by elevator or stairs. The residence overlooks the green on the third hole of Old Palm’s Raymond Floyd-designed golf course, so the views are spectacular, from both the first and second floor. Two other Courchene models are currently under construction in Old Palm’s Grand Estates neighborhood. The 5,837-square-foot one-story Bentley has four bedrooms, a den, theater, five full and two half baths. The look is classic Palm Beach, but there are unexpected features such as a glass-walled wine gallery between the living room and dining room. At 6,855 square feet, the two-story Royalton is even larger to accommodate five bedrooms, a den, playroom, loft, six full and two half baths. With its clean lines and columns, the design is more Tuscan than Old World. “Like all of our homes, we’ll do the Royalton’s interior design in house,” explains Courchene, “making for a total seamless package that also includes the architecture and construction.”


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