House of the Week: On a Golf Course Lot in Private, Gated Hammock Dunes

Enjoy refreshing sea breezes and the soothing sound of surf from this beautifully landscaped golf course home only 700 yards from the Atlantic Ocean in northeast Florida.

PALM COAST, FL – December 9, 2016 –’s House of the Week is an immaculate Hammock Dunes Home sharing a quiet cul-de-sac street with only 12 homes, eight of which are homesteaded. Enjoy refreshing sea breezes and the soothing sound of surf from the Atlantic Ocean, only 700 yards away.


6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes

Built in 1993, this week’s featured home has four bedrooms, three baths, a spacious covered lanai, screened pool and spa and 2,963 square feet of living area. The .7-acre lot offers golf course views from the back and unobstructed water views from the front.


6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes


6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes


6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes

The circular driveway creates an appealing private entrance. The bright interior is open and ideal for social gathering. The spacious kitchen is equipped with an island. The great room has a wood-burning fireplace.

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6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes

More features:

  • This is a connected home. The five-camera security system can be controlled via the Internet or by using your smart phone.
  • The Instant On water heater, new in 2013, is programmable.
  • There are two Train energy efficient HVAC systems and a 20 amp whole-house generator. They can be controlled remotely.
  • The heated saltwater pool and spa have both an electric heat pump and a backup gas heater. The oversized two-car garage has a work area.
  • Whole house water filter system.
  • Landscape lighting system upgraded with new transformers and wiring.
  • New pool circulation pump.


6 Rue Renoir in Hammock Dunes

Hammock Dunes Club

Hammock Dunes residents can choose to join the Hammock Dunes Club by way of either an equity or non-equity membership. The Club’s world-class facilities include two championship golf courses, a fitness facility, junior Olympic-sized pool, tennis complex, bocce courts, croquet, two clubhouses and fine dining.

Hammock Dunes

Hammock Dunes is located off scenic route A1A in northeast Flagler County, only a few miles from Marineland with its Marineland Dolphin Adventure and its Intracoastal Waterway marina. A1A also provides scenic access to historic St. Augustine, North America’s oldest continuously occupied city, and iconic Flagler Beach with its award-winning restaurants, quaint shops and famous pier.

The Area

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 in nearby (just over the bridge) Palm Coast, 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 105,000 mark. To learn more about Flagler County, check out this link:

Interstate 95 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 Rue Renoir is offered for $685,999 by Joan Banyay, of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.

Here's how to contact Joan:

Why pay South Florida when you can live in a private, gated community only minutes from the beach for $231 per square foot?

1 reply
  1. George Edward Chuddy
    George Edward Chuddy says:

    Famous Landscape Architect – Simonds-Hammock Dunes

    This area was designed by the famous visionary Landacape Architect, Planner, Educator and Environmentalist John Ormsbee Simonds.
    You can see many of his famous projects in the ‘ Exhibit Gallery, Second Floor Library at the Geroge A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida.

    “…John Simonds, FASLA, was on of the most influential modernist landscape architects in the United States, and was respected internationally as well. If, when looking at this work, it seems mainstream, that ‘s because now it is. But it was cutting edge when he first did it. Clustered housing to preserve open space? Planned Unit Developments? He pioneered PUDs. He was the planner of record for over 80 planned communities and 4 new towns, including Florida’s Miami Lakes and Pelican Bay. His work in comprehensive planning grew from projects in Florida – a state that was “going to pot in front of your eles”. Its ruined landscapes and fragile beauty were the impetus for a new kind of planning based on ecology and human needs. In addition to professional projects, he served on numberous committees and task forces and was a long term advisor to one of his first Florida clients – Bob Graham. He helped forge laws and programs that, according to him, took Florida from ruin to protection in 15 years. While he may have been optimistic when he said that in 1985, one does not hav to wonder what Florida would be like if he had not come here…”

    John Ormsbee Simonds Remembered, Visionary Landscape Architect, Planner, Educator, and Environmentalist ( 1913-2005), George A. Smathers Libraries- University of Florida, p. 3.

    If the newer Palm Coasters want to read more just google George A. Smathers Library, Simonds, University of Florida.

    Since Simonds was involved directly with ‘ The Palm Coast Project ‘ from about 1975ish , this area most probably would be eligible for a Historic Heritage MARKER – wouldn’t that look great, compliment, and enhance the entrance by the ‘ Clock Tower ‘ !

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