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New Isle Estates models reflect the latest coastal architecture

May 03, 2014

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Everything about the Isle Estates in Old Palm Golf Club is spectacular. It’s the first brand-new neighborhood since the inception of Old Palm. The architecture has a coastal flair unlike anything else in the Palm Beaches. And the models are designed with the latest features. For instance, Courchene Development Corporation constructed its new Hamilton model to reflect the look of a Bermuda residence. The home’s exterior is white with pale blue shutters. A wall fountain made with coquina stone graces the entry. The chimney caps are v-shaped just like the ones in Bermuda, and even the name honors Bermuda’s capital of Hamilton. “It’s refreshing to see a new home style with the Bermuda influence,” says broker Kevin Dickenson of Berkshire Hathaway during his recent visit. “I’ve never seen a whole neighborhood with similar style homes and I’m confident that my clients will react positively.” The one-story Hamilton encompasses 5,080 square feet under air and features four bedrooms, five full and one half bath, a great room and a club room, all with exceptionally high ceilings. Insignia Design created the interiors with a soothing coastal palette that includes pale blues, creamy whites and shades of taupe. Oversized 12-foot pocket doors open to the outside to offer a panoramic view of the lake and Old Palm’s spectacular Raymond Floyd-designed golf course. The Hamilton is priced starting from $2,325,000. Magnificent views are also the hallmark of Hasey Construction’s new Bonaire model, which is beautifully situated on a one-third acre home site next to the Hamilton. Being two-story, the Bonaire offers an elevated perspective of the lake and golf course beyond. The 5,275-square-foot under-air interior of the Bonair is just as remarkable. It offers five bedrooms and five full and two half bath in a traditional great room plan with a club room featuring a home theater and an upstairs lounge. But it’s the openness throughout that truly sets this model apart. Floor-to-ceiling windows and doors bath the interior with natural light. Spaces seamlessly flow allowing the indoors and outdoors to become one. And the soft light hues, beamed ceilings and spacious design add an alluring informality long associated with the tropics. Rogers Design Group created the interiors to be in perfect sync with the home’s design. The Bonair can be built on any home site in the Isle Estates, starting from $2,325,000. For more information on additional home designs in the Isles Estates, please visit oldpalmgolfclub.com.


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