Live in gated Grand Haven, close to the Village Center amenities and overlooking a lake. This custom home, built by Pulte in 2000, has 3 BR, 2 BA and plenty of room to entertain in 2,434 square feet.
PALM COAST, FL – February 12, 2016 – GoToby.com’s House of the Week is a new listing in Grand Haven, Palm Coast’s most successful master planned gated community, just a short distance from the Atlantic Ocean’s cooling breezes.
Custom built by Pulte in 2000, this beautiful home at 1 Shinnecock Drive sits on a corner lot, overlooking a lake. The Grand Haven Village Center, with its tennis, croquet, pool, spa, café and fitness facilities is only 500 yards away. The Grand Haven Golf Club is also conveniently nearby.
1 SHINNECOCK DRIVE
This home features three plus one (3+1) bedrooms and two full baths. The 2,434 square foot split floor plan includes a foyer entry, formal dining room, a formal living room, gathering (family) room and kitchen with an adjacent breakfast nook overlooking a lake. Off the foyer is an office/den or fourth bedroom.
The extra-sized master bedroom suite features additional space ideally suited for sitting, nursery, dressing, or personal office. Step out onto a full-length lanai and with a summer kitchen, exercise pool w/outdoor shower and relaxing lake views; a perfect place to entertain.
the home’s oversized corner lot has abundant professionally designed landscaping. Recently installed driveway pavers and an angled oversized 2 1/2 car side-entrance garage enhance the home’s privacy and curb appeal.
The interior is nicely finished with colonial and crown molding installed throughout. And it’s well protected with hurricane shutters.
Grand Haven was developed over 1350 acres in stages since the late 90’s by opening a succession of “villages.” The House of the Week is in “Reserve at Grand Haven.” Grand Haven was planned for 1,901 residential units consisting primarily of single family homes along with a mixture of town homes and condominiums. To date, over 1,600 units have been constructed. Covenants restrict short term rentals, ensuring the residential nature of the community.
A Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course winds through Grand Haven. Grand Haven Golf Club membership is available but not required. A second village center and additional amenities can be found in the north section of Grand Haven. An esplanade follows the shore of the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW).
I can personally attest to the advantages of Grand Haven living. Shirley and I lived there happily for eleven years before downsizing to a condominium in Tidelands. We have fond memories and many Grand Haven friends. You can still find us occasionally at the Village Center Friday evenings.
Grand Haven straddles Colbert Lane, a few miles south of Palm Coast Pkwy. On the east, Grand Haven is bordered by two miles of Intracoastal Waterway. The west side of Grand Haven backs to the Flagler County Graham Swamp Conservation Area, offering wildlife viewing, hiking, bicycling and fishing in over 3,000 acres.
The Palm Coast area, sometimes referred to as “the quiet side of Florida," features miles of beaches with abundant public access, miles of hiking trails, championship golf courses and top-rated schools. Shop and dine in Palm Coast, iconic Flagler Beach or along scenic route A1A.
Palm Coast is located between Daytona Beach and historic St. Augustine, the oldest continuously populated city in North America. Palm Coast was recently recognized as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live.” Palm Coast’s population recently topped 80,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 100,000 mark. Nearby Interstate 95 provides easy access to Orlando and Jacksonville.
1 Shinnecock Drive is offered for sale for $374,900 through David Alfin's Exceptional Performance Real Estate team at Watson Realty Corp. David can be reached at:
David Alfin – firstname.lastname@example.org or (386) 585-0903.
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