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First broker event a rousing good time

January 08, 2013

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Old Palm’s first broker event of the season couldn’t have been more festive or successful. It felt like one big party because the theme was Mardi Gras, and everyone really got into the spirit. Amid the colorful Mardi Gras decorations, there were juggling stilt-walkers, musicians performing live, cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres. More than 150 of the top brokers and realtors in the Palm Beaches attended, some of them with prospects who were enthused about touring the six models in Old Palm’s Golf Estates. Paul Courchene, Roger Ogilbee and Janet Little of Courchene Development, were on hand presenting their three models—the 3,485-square-foot Poinciana II, which is priced from $1,320,000; the slightly larger 3,968-square-foot Royal Poinciana, which starts at $1,470,000; and the magnificent Chesterfield, a two-story, 5,060-square-foot residence that overlooks Old Palm’s Raymond Floyd-designed golf course. It’s priced from $1,685,000. Scott Mustapick and Drew Giles of Mustapick Estate Homes, were also there, enlightening the brokers and agents on the amenities of their three models, which are situated on consecutive, quarter-acre home sites in the Golf Estates. Mustapick’s largest model is the 4,055-square-foot Monaco, which starts at $1,441,000. Next door is the lovely 3,855-square-foot Marseilles, which is priced from $1,423,000, and next to that model is the 3,409-square-foot Martinique, Mustapick’s newest design. When built on a preserve home site, the Martinique starts at $1,271,000. For details on these models and residences in Old Palm’s Grand Estates and Custom Estates neighborhoods, please visit www.oldpalmgolfclub.com  


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