Old Palm Golf Club knows what homebuyers want, a point driven home by record sales in 2012. Interest has been high in all three of Old Palmâs neighborhoods, but especially in the Golf Estates among buyers looking for a luxury residence in the 3,400 to 5,000 square foot range.
Courchene Development Corporation just sold its Royal Poinciana model there. The magnificent 3,968-square-foot residence features four bedrooms, five full and one half baths, a den, and a Great Room that opens onto a covered loggia thatâs ideal for entertaining. The model can be constructed elsewhere in the Golf Estates, starting at $1,470,000.
Then, thereâs Courcheneâs most intimate model, the 3,485-square-foot Poinciana II. The homeâs traditional split floor plan features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a library and a spacious great room that opens onto a covered loggia. The Poinciana II is priced from $1,320,000 on a standard preserve home site.
Courcheneâs lovely Chesterfield satisfies the opposite end of the size spectrum, as it encompasses 5,060 square feet. The two-story layout includes four bedrooms, five full and two half baths, a den and a second floor with a loft. The residence overlooks the green on the third hole of the golf course, so the views are spectacular. Itâs priced from $1,685,000.
Mustapick Estate Homes is equally prominent in the Golf Estates, having recently finished three distinct models on three consecutive, quarter-acre home sites. The largest residence is the Monaco, a 4,055-square-foot residence offering four bedrooms, four full and one half bath, a club room, living room and family room. This is the second Monaco that Mustapick has constructed in the neighborhood; the first sold just two weeks after it became available. The Monaco starts at $1,441,000.
Mustapickâs magnificent 3,855-square-foot Marseilles sits on a lushly landscaped home site next door. Like the Monaco, it feels wonderfully spacious. The design flows naturally, lending a certain seamlessness to the layout, which features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a den and great room that opens on to a covered loggia. The Marseilles is priced from $1,423,000.
Finally, thereâs the 3,409-square-foot Martinique, a British Colonial-influenced design aimed at those who want a slightly smaller layout, as it features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a den and family room. Thoughtfully designed with a minimum of hallways, the Martinique uses the extra space to expand the other rooms. When built on a preserve home site, the Martinique starts at $1,271,000.