- April 2, 2014
+ Builder announces new home models
London Bay Homes has opened its Clara model in The Founders Club.
The model boasts 3,248 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a den, formal living and dining rooms, a family room, an outdoor kitchen, a pool and a three-car garage.
The home features interior design work by Michael Scott, of Romanza Interior Design. It has a coast theme with colors of the beach, sea and tropical green.
The Clara is priced at $1.38 million furnished.
Additionally, London Bay Homes has started construction on its newest estate home in The Founders Club.
The Isabella Two-Story will expand a popular floor plan by adding a second story and a larger ground floor. It will offer a fourth bedroom, a fifth full bath and a total 4,283 square feet of living space.
“The Isabella has always been a popular design because of its openness and flow between indoor and outdoor areas,” says Mark Wilson, president and CEO of London Bay. “This is how home buyers envision living in Florida, and the new plan will heighten the alfresco experience.”
London Bay Homes expects to complete the model in June.
+ Neal Signature opens in Collingtree
Neal Signature homes, a semi-private custom, luxury home builder unveiled its newest model this weekend in the Collingtree section of Country Club East.
The model, called The Palmavera, features 2,884 square feet with three bedrooms, a den and an open great room layout. The model is situated on a large lake inside the neighborhood, which offers several lakefront and preserve home sites for buyers.
Neal Signature Homes will offer 74 home sites in Collingtree. Home prices start in the $500,000s.
Polo Grill owner and chef Tommy Klauber cooked on-site during a chef demonstration for a Realtor event Friday.
+ Keller Williams earns accolades
Keller Williams International has been named the No. 1 real estate franchise by agent count in the world for the organization. It also has been named No. 1 in training, globally.
The office also has announced an executive leadership transition with Chris Heller becoming CEO and John Davis stepping in as president.
Heller and Davis succeed Mark Willis and Mary Tennant, who are joining Keller and Vice Chairman Mo Anderson on the company’s board of directors.
The executive transition is only the third major leadership change in the privately-held company’s 32-year history.