Palm Coast Real Estate News Clips: Nov 8, 2011

Panera Bread, Grand Club, Seagate, Grand Haven and more

Palm Coast, FL – November 8, 2011Miscellaneous real estate news tidbits for Palm Coast, FL.

Panera Bread
The City of Palm Coast has issued the Development Order for the upcoming Panera Bread to be located on SR 100 near the award-winning Hilton Garden Inn. The developer and city have worked together extensively on the site plan and design, so once the developer returns the signed Development Order, site preparation and building permits should not be far behind.
Grand Club has learned that the prospective buyers of the Grand Club (Pine Lakes, Cypress Knoll, and the closed Matanzas courses) have told staff to expect a change of ownership effective soon. Reportedly, the closing is scheduled for November 17th with the new owners taking over operation on November 18th.
I’m told that they plan to open only the practice facility at Matanzas for now.  Opening the course again is "in the future." In the meantime, adjacent property owners won’t be able to say they have a home on the golf course, but will be able to boast a "home on the range."
New gas golf carts will reportedly replace the existing electric carts.
Seagate Homes Seaspray modelSeaGate Homes is putting the finishing touches on The Seaspray (at right), a Key West-style, 2,048-square-foot spec home in the seaside community of Seagrove.  Priced at $304,900, the four-bedroom, two-bath Seaspray was specifically designed for the Seagrove community off of State Road A1A. 
SeaGate also announces the completion of a spacious three-bedroom, three-bath lakefront home in Forest Park Estates, a gated community off Colbert Lane in Palm Coast. Priced at $359,900, the 2,555-square-foot Palm Coast model is situated on a lakefront estate homesite in a private community with underground utilities and mature hardwood trees, according to SeaGate President Robert Gazzoli. 
The home was designed around an open great-room layout and features a large master-bedroom suite with his and her closets, formal dining room and study, a huge walk-in pantry and oversized eat-in kitchen as well as a 40-foot, three-car courtyard garage, a 35-foot covered lanai and summer kitchen . 
Architectural features include coffered ceilings, decorative arches, tile floors, along with the gourmet kitchen’s granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, under-mount sink, tile backsplash and 42-inch cabinets with crown molding.
Grand Haven
Grand Haven Realty has planned a Fall tour of homes! Featuring models from ICI Homes, Bellagio Custom Homes, Skyway Builders, Olsen Custom Homes and Red Carpet Construction. The event will be held Saturday, November 12th from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The event will support Feed Flagler. Feed Flagler is an alliance of civic, business, government, and religious leaders and volunteers in the community uniting in an effort with the sole purpose of hosting an annual Community Thanksgiving Celebration providing food for those in need in our community, and to assist in keeping the shelves in our local food banks filled all year long.
Guests will enjoy free hotdogs, door prizes, and the ability to tour beautifully furnished model homes.
Attendees will have the ability to tour 6 showcase homes in the beautiful Wild Oaks Village of Grand Haven. The Wild Oaks entrance is located on Colbert Lane.
Adams Cameron
George and Geri Fennimore have joined Adams, Cameron & Co., REALTORS in the 54 S. Atlantic, Ormond Beach office.
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  1. Tom Wolf
    Tom Wolf says:

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