Property of the Week: Price Reduced On a Never-Been-Lived-in Hammock Dunes Oceanfront Condo
Enjoy 4,283 square feet of living area and Atlantic Ocean, coastline and golf views from the fifth floor of this beautiful Le Jardin condominium in the private, gated community of Hammock Dunes.
PALM COAST, FL – August 14, 2015 – This week’s GoToby.com featured property is a special condominium unit in Le Jardin in Hammock Dunes. This never-been-lived-in unit is pristine. Yet, because the motivated seller just reduced the price, no other oceanfront unit in Hammock Dunes is offered at such a low price per square foot.
This 4,283 square foot luxury condominium unit is full of top-of-the-line features. It offers four bedrooms, four and one half baths plus Brazilian hardwood and marble floors. The master suite has both his and hers baths plus a sitting room. The large kitchen has marble countertops and Viking appliances and a gas cook top.
Imagine going to sleep each night with the soothing sound of surf and waking to sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean. The following video tour speaks for itself.
The new owner will enjoy not only sunrises but stunning sunsets with both eastern and western balconies. The two-car private garage provides direct access to the building and to a large air conditioned storage area.
Built in 2007 with 26 spacious units, Le Jardin is the newest and most exclusive of Hammock Dunes’ luxury oceanfront condominiums. Enjoy Le Jardin’s many amenities; theater room, indoor resident’s pool, personal wine cellar, library, Jacuzzi, roof top terrace and more. Le Jardin is sited next door to the Hammock Dunes Clubhouse and only 100 feet from the Ocean. It features state of the art construction by WCI.
The purchase of a Hammock Dunes Club membership is optional. Two Audubon certified championship golf courses by Rees Jones and Tom Fazio, an oceanfront clubhouse plus Creek Course clubhouse, heated oceanfront pool and spa, croquet, fitness center, tennis, gourmet dining and fabulous events are available to Club members.
Le Jardin, Unit 501 is offered for $1,398,000 by Victoria Mounteer and the Molly Carey team of Molly Carey and Rob Logan, of Berkshire Hathaway HS Fortune Group Properties. Here's how to contact them:
- Victoria Mounteer – (386) 290-7506 or Victoria@fortunegroupproperties.com
- Molly Carey – (386) 986-0389 or MollyCarey@cfl.rr.com
- Rob Logan – (386) 585-0752 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hammock Dunes is a gated private community located in Palm Coast in Northeast Florida, on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Scenic A1A Highway offers easy access north to St. Augustine and south to iconic Flagler Beach and Dayton Beach. Interstate 95 is only three miles west of the beach, providing quick access to both Jacksonville and Orlando.
WHY PAY SOUTH FLORIDA PRICES???
James Olmsbee Simonds Famous Landscape Architect
This property is located within Hammock Dunes. The Famous Landscape Architect James Olmsbee Simonds and his Firm, Environmental Planning and Design, provided the Landscape Architecture for Hammock Dunes. It is a ‘Legacy Project’ of Environmental Planning and Design. The works of James Olmsbee Simonds can be see in the Special Collections at the George Smathers Library at the University of Florida.
FR: James Olmsbee Simonds / Environmental Planning and Design Webpage:
‘…The Hammock Dunes Community® is a 2,250-acre residential and recreational community located between the Intercoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. EPD led a team of experts in the planning and design of the development within a diverse landscape consisting of beachfronts, waterfronts, marshlands and saltwater lakes. Hammock Dunes’ Master Plan balances environmental sensitivity and development character. Hammock Dunes’ ultimate success is borne from the community’s connection to nature and the wealth of amenities that leverage the value of the unique beach and hammock ecosystems.
EPD was also responsible for roadway and drainage design, common area grading and landscaping, pedestrian-bicycle networks and lighting design. In addition, EPD designed special features including bridge crossings, intersections, fountains, entry monuments and columns and gates. EPD achieved an extremely attractive and environmentally responsible design that preserves existing vegetation, uses a xeriscape-based plant palette of native and naturalized species, conserves water resources and is easily maintained…’
James Olmsbee Simonds Textbooks include : ‘ Earthscape: A Manuel of Environmental Planning and design…’ and ‘….Landscape Architectre : A Manual of Site Planning and design, 2nd Edition…’ and ‘… Landscape Architecture: A Manueel of Site Planning and DeSign, 3rd Edition…’.
Perhaps to enhance this / future hi end listings
Famed Composer Charles T. Gabriele:
Perhaps background music for this Listing or future High End Listings could include some of Dr. Charles T. Gabrieles Musical Scores for Flagler / Palm Coast to enhance the Listings.
DBCC relives 30 years in pictures
By: Jim Miskelly
PALM COAST – Daytona Beach Community College celebrated its 30th Anniversary, complete with an art exhibit, historic photos depicting the 30 years of growth of the college and a concert by the DBCC Concert Band under the direction of Douglas Peterson.
The Art exhibit included 186 paintings and pencil drawing by DBCC students of art instructors Pam Greisenger and Barbara Craig. Many of the paintings were for sale. Dr Paul Thompson, vice president in charge of all DBCC Campuses, displayed a framed sketch on napkins, with the inscription : “Flagler Palm Coast Center” Original Plan, approved in concept by Dr. Charles H. Polk, Pine Lakes Country Club. Nov. 1982. by Paul Thompson, DBCC, Jerry Full, ITT, Gary Walters, ITT.” Thompson said the original plan followed the concept of Merriweather Post’s ‘Wolftrap’ open air theater in Virginia.
Attendance at the evening holiday concert was quite sparse, due to the cold weather. The band’s opening number was Leroy Andersons’ ‘Sleigh Ride.” Charles T. Gabriele conducted the band during the performance of his composition originally played at the dedication of the Flagler Campus,
“Palm Coast Festival Park March.”
Several Christmas numbers and a sing-along entertained the audience, Sharon Crow, alumni affairs director representing the DBCC Foundation and Alumni Association, and vice president Dr. Len O’Hara presented two full art scholachips to the DBCC campus. Contact Larry Goodemote at 445.4030.
Guest Conductor – Professor Charles T. Gabriele conducts his own composition.
Flagler Palm Coast News, Wednesday, December 23, 1987.
Navy Band Orlando Thrills Capacity Crowd at Center
By Jim Miskelly
PALM COAST – It was a first for Palm Coast. In and ideal setting for a Sunday afternoon band concert, an overflow crowd estimated at nearly 1,000 packed the Daytona Beach Community College Flagler Center’s new outdoor theater for the performing arts for a performance by the Navy Band Orland, under the direction of Lt. William D. Myers.
Palm Coast Professor Charles T. Gabriele conducted the band in playing his own composition ” Naval Training Center March,” and the premier performance of his “Palm Coasts Festival Park March.” commemorating the opening of the Cultural Arts Pavilion. Gabriele, former composer in residence of the Naval Academy Band, earned a standing ovation from the audience and the band alike. Gabrielle dedicated the march to ICDC President Alan Smolen, who in turn shared the honor with ICDC Executives Gary Walters and Vince Viscomi for their part in planning the center.
The program opened with the ‘Star Spangled Banner,” setting the pace for a patriotic afternoon. Center Director Larry Goodemote welcomed the audience and County Commission Merle Shoemaker read a Flagler County Commission resolution proclaiming May 20, 1981 as “American Legion Flagler Post 115 Day.”
The American Legion Post, chartered in 19919 is the oldest veterans ‘ organization in Flagler County and was a sponsor of the concert with the cooperation of DBCC’s Flagler Center and ICDC Shoemaker noted this was the first event at which all local veterans’ organizations were represented and welcomed . American Legion Flagler Post 115. Palm Coast VFW Post 8696 , Flagler County FW Post 5213. DAV Chapter MOWW. Shoemaker presented a copy of the resolutions to the American Legion Post Adjutant Cora Buckles.
Rear Adm. Pauline M. Hartington, USN, congratulated Professor Gabriele for his years of service in the Navy and cited him for his compositions.
The concert concluded with ‘Servicemen on Parade,” a medley of familiar service songs with an invitation for former veterans to stand when their service connected song was played.
Wednesday May 23, 1984 – Flagler Palm Coast News Tribune