House of the Week: Golf Course and Lake Home in Gated Grand Haven
Built in 2004, this newly listed Arthur Rutenberg luxury home overlooks the seventh green of Grand Haven’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
PALM COAST, FL – August 25, 2017 – GoToby.com’s Featured House of the Week is an Arthur Rutenberg-built home in the Osprey Lakes neighborhood of gated Grand Haven.
FRONT OF 6 OSPREY CIRCLE IN GRAND HAVEN
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The gorgeous home has three bedrooms, three full baths, a den/office and 2,620 square feet of living area.
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The interior’s open floor plan is ideal for family living and entertaining with plenty of upgraded features one expects in an Arthur Rutenberg-design; tray ceilings, crown molding, walk-in closet, beveled glass, tile roof, central vacuum, and a three-car garage.
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As impressive as is the interior, the oversized covered lanai, screened gas-heated salt-water pool & spa, summer kitchen, and large fireplace are ideal for enjoying the lake, golf course views, and sunsets. Also for entertaining friends and family year round. [The pool and spa were completely rebuilt in 2016.]
OVERSIZED COVERED LANAI
POOL AND SPA
You will not be isolated from your guests as you prepare your gourmet meals in this beautiful kitchen; perfect for those who enjoy both entertaining and cooking. Its design features a large island with a sink and bar seating for an open view of the family room plus a vented gas cook top. Notice the lighted glass-front cabinets and cabinet-style refrigerator doors too.
LIGHTEN GLASS-FRONTED CABINETS WITH PANTRY IN THE BACKGROUND
The family room and dining area offer lots of glass for views of the pool, lake and the seventh green of Grand Haven’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
Grand Haven is an amenity-rich gated community planned for 1,901 residential units, primarily single-family homes. Nearly all the lots have been developed. Each of several separate neighborhoods is distinguished by lot and home sizes and architectural style. A neighborhood of attached townhomes and a condominium component are located near the golf course clubhouse.
Two community centers provide Grand Haven residents with heated pools, spa, exercise facilities, tennis, bocci, lawn croquet and more. The main village center has a popular café. Sidewalks and an esplanade along the ICW offer plenty of walking or cycling opportunities.
Full Golf and Social memberships to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Grand Haven Golf Club are optionally available, but even non-members can enjoy the beauty of the course which meanders through the community.
The Palm Coast area, sometimes referred to as “the quiet side of Florida," features miles of beaches with abundant public access, miles of hiking and cycling trails, championship golf courses and top-rated schools. Shop and dine "beachside" in nearby (just over the bridge) Flagler Beach or The Hammock. Palm Coast, with abundant shopping and restaurants, was recently recognized as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live.” Palm Coast’s population recently topped 85,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 108,000 mark. To learn more about Flagler County, check out this link: https://www.youcaninflaglercounty.com/
Interstate 95 bisects Palm Coast and offers easy access to Jacksonville and Orlando airports and attractions. The nearby Flagler Executive Airport is equipped to accommodate private jet aircraft. Jet Blue recently began daily direct flights to New York City from nearby Daytona Beach Airport.
6 Osprey Circle, in the Osprey Lakes neighborhood of Grand Haven, is offered for $615,000 by Patricia Stauffer, of Grand Living Realty.
Here's how to contact Patty:
- Patty Stauffer – (386) 503-3777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why pay South Florida prices?
Especially when you can have an Arthur Rutenberg pool home on a golf course near the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) for less than $235 per square foot.
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