Sales are brisk throughout Old Palm Golf Club, especially in the Golf Estates neighborhood, where homes range from 3,400 to 5,000 square feet. To satisfy the increased demand, a collection of new home sites has just been released for sale, opening up a brand-new section of the neighborhood. The new quarter-acre home sites overlook the preserve, a never before offered view. Several of the builders in Old Palm, which are among the very finest in South Florida, have already constructed homes in the Golf Estates and are poised to build others. For instance, Courchene Development Corporation recently opened two models in the neighborhood â the 3,951-square-foot Royal Poinciana and the 5,060-square-foot Chesterfield â but has also designed a slightly smaller home thatâs ideal for any available Golf Estates home site. At 3,426 square feet, Courcheneâs magnificent Poinciana features 3 bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a great room, study, and a two-and-a-half-car garage. When built on one of the newly released preserve lots, the one-story Poinciana is priced at $1,365,000, an extraordinary value for those who want a new home in the Golf Estates. âBy opening up a collection of preserve lots for the first time, Old Palm is offering buyers even more options and opportunities,â says Connie McGinnis, Director of Sales. âThe price point is also a bit lower than our water feature lots, which adds even more value.â Mustapick Estate Homes recently sold its first two models in the Golf Estates â the 3,855-square-foot Marseilles and the 4,055-square-foot Monacoâ just two weeks after they became available and is duplicating them on other home sites in the neighborhood. Still, to appeal to buyers seeking a slightly smaller home, the builder has plans to construct a new, one-story model called the Martinique. It features 3,409 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, three full and one-half bath, a den, and a spacious family room. As an alternative, the den can be redesigned to become a fourth bedroom and fourth full bath. âItâs a refreshing floor plan with an excellent use of space,â explains Drew Giles, President of Mustapick Estate Homes. âItâs bright, cheerful and open with lots of windows to let in the natural light. Because the Martinique has only a few hallways that extra space has been used to expand the other rooms.â The abundant shutters and French doors lend the Martinique an Old Florida or British Colonial feel, a design in complete harmony with Old Palmâs Golf Estates. If built on a preserve lot, the Martinique starts at $1,315,000.