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Only the Finest Independent Homebuilders are Showcased at Old Palm Golf Club

December 13, 2013

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Being the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches, Old Palm Golf Club sets the bar exceptionally high in every respect. That’s especially true with regard to the luxury independent homebuilders that have been invited to construct residences in the three neighborhoods. Only the very finest homebuilders in South Florida, those with sterling reputations and uncompromising values, can be found at Old Palm. “The independent homebuilders that have constructed models here are without a doubt the best of the best,” says Connie McGinnis, Director of Sales. “Our homebuyers demand an extraordinary level of quality, and the homebuilders in Old Palm have always responded with innovative designs and superior craftsmanship that exceeds every expectation. Their models are in perfect accord with our incredibly high standards of excellence.” Mustapick Estate Homes is currently constructing two models in Old Palm’s Golf Estates, where residences range from approximately 3,400 to 5,000 square feet. Mustapick’s 3,855-square-foot Marseilles sits on a beautiful quarter-acre home site overlooking a preserve that will never be built on. The design flows naturally, lending a certain serenity to the interior, which features three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a den and great room. The Marseilles is priced from $1,465,000. Mustapick is also building its Monaco model on another preserve home site on the same street. The company’s largest residence here, it encompasses 4,055 square feet with four bedrooms, four full and one half bath, a club room, living room and family room. This is the third Monaco in the Golf Estates, a nod to the popularity of its open, wonderfully spacious layout. The Monaco starts at $1,480,000. Courchene Development Company is offering two models in the Golf Estates, as well. The 3,485-square-foot Poinciana II features a traditional split floor plan with three bedrooms, three full and one half bath, a library and a spacious great room that opens onto a covered loggia. To maximize views of the tropical landscaping, the Poinciana II has been designed with plenty of windows and sliding doors for a seamless flow between the indoors and outdoors. The Poinciana II is priced from $1,320,000 on a preserve home site. Then, there’s Courchene’s magnificent Carlisle, which overlooks a private water feature. This is the first Carlisle built in the Golf Estates and its imminent opening is highly anticipated. The model’s generous 4,062-square-foot design includes four bedrooms, four full and one half bath, a living room, family room and den. On a preserve home site, the Carlisle starts at $1,469,000. There is also a flurry of activity on the half-acre home sites in Old Palm’s Grand Estates, where Courchene is constructing the 5,837-square-foot Bentley. It has four bedrooms, five full and two half baths, a den, and a tiered, totally automated home theater. One of the home’s most dramatic features is the glass-walled wine gallery between the living and dining rooms. Although the floor plan is grand and open, the home still retains its warmth and intimacy. The Bentley can be built from $2,450,000. “Interest in the Grand Estates has never been higher,” says McGinnis. “The homebuyers in this neighborhood are a diverse group and to satisfy their varied desires, Hasey Construction offers three vastly different models on half-acre home sites.” Hasey’s single-story 5,665-square-foot Castillo II features a traditional, split floor plan with four bedrooms, five full and two half baths and a comfortable clubroom. The layout encourages entertaining, especially in the heart of the home where the kitchen opens onto the family room. The Castillo II starts at $2,395,000. Hasey’s Ashford also has a split floor plan, with the addition of a partial second floor over the center of the home that can be reached by stairs or elevator. The magnificent 6,495-square-foot layout boasts five bedrooms, six full and two half baths, a loft and a club room. The pool lies directly behind the living room, affording a clear view of the subtropical landscaping, open cabana and fountain beyond. The Ashford can be built from $2,750,000. For homebuyers seeking an even larger model, Hasey’s extraordinary Antigua more than satisfies. Soon to be completed, it sprawls over 6,719 square feet to accommodate its five bedrooms, six full and two half baths, den, loft and game room. The Antigua is available from $3,650,000 on a home site overlooking Old Palm’s spectacular Raymond Floyd-designed golf course. Finally, there’s the Custom Estates neighborhood in Old Palm, another hive of activity where the one-acre home sites allow owners to build residences that are truly one-of-a-kind. The Prima is a perfect example. Built by Couture Lifestyle Homes, the classically proportioned Italian-style villa flows over 7,800 square feet. It features six bedrooms, six full and two half baths, a Valcucine-designed kitchen, and a center courtyard that serves as the home’s very heart and soul. There is even a private outdoor courtyard with its own yoga pavilion off the Master Suite. The Prima is available for $5.8 million furnished. Several other upcoming Custom Estates residences are in various stages of design. Dreamstar Custom Homes is planning to build a 10,000+ square foot residence on a home site overlooking the 13th hole of the Old Palm Golf Course and another residence on one of the few remaining exceptionally private preserve home sites. This luxury builder is close to completing another new residence in the Custom Estates that raised tens of thousands of dollars to benefit the South Florida affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. In addition, Casto Homes is in the preliminary stages of designing a residence that will overlook the golf course’s 14th green. “Building with you in mind” has been the company’s credo for more than four decades, and this newest model will surely reflect the architectural features and trends that today’s homebuyers value the most.


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