Upcoming Flagler County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales Include the Old Players Club Tennis Complex

A few other noteworthy properties are following the foreclosure or tax deed sale route but it’s hard to find them among the many published legal notices.


September 10, 2007 – Palm Coast, Florida – The Players Club tennis complex, together with the now dormant Palm Harbor Golf Club once represented the core of Palm Coast recreation. Boasting 18 hard, clay, and grass courts in its prime, The Players Club attracted top notch players and hosted several celebrity exhibitions and professional tournaments. Now its future is uncertain. It will be sold to the highest and best bidder at the Flagler County courthouse at 11:00 a.m. on September 13.


The Players Club was already struggling when it was purchased by European Village LLC (AKA  Peter Roehr) in 2003. It was subsequently transferred to EV R&R Holdings LLC (also AKA Peter Roehr) December 22, 2005. On that same day, a mortgage on the property in the amount of $4,000,000 was recorded by Mandela Holdings LLC and Lending House, the plaintiffs in the foreclosure. The 13.44 acre property and improvements are assessed for $2,877,450.


Additional Lis Pendens (a legal filing typically associated with an action to foreclose) have also been filed against EV R&R Holding LLC for:

  • Unit 223 Bldg B, European Village
  • Unit 410 Bldg B, European Village
  • Unit 227 Bldg C, European Village

Integrated Resorts has been operating European Village’s hotel/residential rentals, common area, and the Players Club facility for two months under a management agreement. The swimming pool has been resurrected and other improvements made. Synergy Health Systems has occupied the former clubhouse and outfitted it as a fitness center. When contacted for comment on the foreclosure sale and its effect on them, Integrated Resorts partner, Garrett Spitzer could only say “We are dealing with it on a daily basis.”


Additional public notices:


Lenders have filed notice that they are proceeding with foreclosure on:

  • 677 Mahogany Run (lot 52 in The Conservatory) assessed for $358,000
  • 103 Masters Circle (lot 195 in The Conservatory) assessed for $365,500

Defaults have been issued and foreclosure sales are scheduled for:

  • 3 Blue Oak Lane (Wild Oaks lot in Grand Haven) assessed for $200,000 will be sold Oct 11
  • 97 Lagare Street (Front Street Village home in Grand Haven) assessed for $319,799 will be sold Oct 10
  • Unit 207 Hammock Beach Club (condominium) assessed for $764,000 will be sold Sept 12
  • Players Club (next to European Village will be sold Sept 13

Tax deed sales are scheduled for:

  • 5533 Hwy 1 S (White Eagle) assessed for $482,177 will be sold Oct 9
  • 25 Hammock Beach Pkwy (Ocean Hammock lot) assessed for $365,000 will be sold Sept 11

All sales do not occur as scheduled. In some cases, the owners refinance to avoid foreclosure sales or pay back taxes to avoid tax deed sales.


4 replies
  1. Toby
    Toby says:

    Response to Newbie

    The best place to find tax deed sale and forecloure sale info in at flaglerclerk.com.

    The Players Club is located on Palm Harbor Pkwy at the base of the toll bridge.

  2. Toby
    Toby says:

    Reply to bobby green

    The plaintiff was the only bidder. I spoke with their representative. The original amount of the indebtedness had grown from $4 million to $5 million as a result of unpaid interest, late fees, and penalties.

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