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Hamilton model lends a touch of Bermuda to Isle Estates

March 04, 2014

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Named for Bermuda’s elegant capital, the Hamilton reflects all the beauty and iconic architecture of the British-influenced island.  The model’s exterior is white with pale-blue shutters.  A rough-hewn limestone wall fountain welcomes visitors as they approach the front door and the Hamilton’s large windows and doors bathe the interior in natural light. “It’s a clean, refreshing design that’s very open and airy,” says Paul Courchene, President and Partner of Courchene Development Corporation, which built the Hamilton.  “Oversized 12-foot-high motorized pocket doors open to the outside and lead to a free-form shaped swimming pool.” The home sits on a generous third-acre home site, which allows for plenty of room for outdoor entertaining and activities.  Views beyond the swimming pool include one of Old Palm’s largest lakes and a spectacular golf course designed by Raymond Floyd. The Hamilton’s one-story layout encompasses 5,080 square feet under air and features four bedrooms, five full baths, a powder room, a great room, a club room and a three-car garage.  The intimate walkway leads to a grand double door entry of this magnificent residence.  Upon entering the foyer, one immediately senses the spaciousness of this home, enhanced through beautifully detailed, voluminous ceilings. Insignia Design Group created the inspiring interiors using a palette of blues and crisp whites, colors long associated with Bermuda.  Highlights include a stunning master suite, a luxurious and inviting great room and a club room featuring custom built-ins, emphasizing a rich, high-gloss teal finish. The Hamilton can be built on a standard home site starting from $2,250,000.


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