+ Builders unveil new Hi Hat Ranch designs
Anchor Homes, Gibraltar Homes and John Cannon Homes have finalized designs for The Forest at Hi Hat Ranch.
Each of the builders selected a home site and worked with the community’s Architectural Review Committee to ensure their designs create a cohesive environment without duplicating a particular elevation or style.
Anchor’s Savoy: This 6,560-square-foot, two-story home features his-and-her offices, a grand salon with 14-foot ceilings, a wine cellar and butler pantry. The master bedroom is located downstairs. Two bedrooms with private baths along with a game room and a reading loft are located upstairs. A club room/media room is located on the first level beyond the family room and adjacent to the expansive outdoor living area.
Gibraltar’s Muir Woods: This two-story home features a grand foyer, formal living room, wine cellar with bar and pass-thru window to lanai, formal dining room, den, four bedrooms, three full baths and two half-baths. The first floor outdoor living area has a large open dining area and optional outdoor kitchen, pool and spa.
Gibraltar’s Sequoia: This is a single-story home featuring a gracious entry foyer, formal living, wine cellar with bar and pass-thru window to lanai, formal dining room, den, four bedrooms with private baths and a pool/guest bath. The outdoor living area features large dining area and optional kitchen, pool and spa.
John Cannon Homes’ Taronga: This design features five bedrooms, four baths, living room, dining room, family room, game room, study, kitchen with breakfast area, two lower-level lanais and a deck on the upper level along with an oversized three-car motor court.
For more information about The Forest at Hi Hat Ranch, call Signature Sotheby’s International Realty’s Brian Wood, 364-4000, or visit www.TheForestatHiHatRanch.com.
+ Najmy Thompson adds new associate
Law firm Najmy Thompson, P.L. last week announced David C. Meyer as its newest associate.
Meyer graduated in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in justice studies from Arizona State University. He received his J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1999, and his master’s degree in real property and land development from the University of Miami School of Law in 2001.
Meyer is a member of the Florida Bar, The American Bar Association, The Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida.
His practice areas include civil litigation, business litigation, community association litigation and appeals.
For more, call Meyer at 748-2216 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.