Two ‘estate’ communities among highlights of Lennar’s Miami-Dade luxury homes

 

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Two of Lennar’s most celebrated, estate-inspired communities, Grand Lakes Estates and Coral Lakes Estates, are situated along what many call one of the area’s best locations, the Coral Way and Bird Road corridors. Both communities offer beautiful elevations and spacious one and two-story home designs and include Lennar’s most popular “Everything’s Included” features. These estate home communities offer some of the best prices in the area and currently there are incentives on move-in-ready homes that include zero closing costs and an additional $5,000 toward luxury features and upgrades, says a company spokesperson.

Grand Lakes Estates is a family community nestled within a lush, tropical setting, showcasing townhomes and estate-inspired single-family homes. There are three townhome designs to choose from, all with a one-car garage, and they offer three or four bedrooms and nearly 1,900 square feet, priced from the low $200,000s. These townhomes are spacious on the inside and have exterior details reminiscent of Californian architecture such as stone facades, decorative shutters and outlookers, and Mediterranean color schemes.

There are also five breathtaking estate floor plans priced from the $290,000s with up to five bedrooms, three bathrooms and up to 3,600 square feet. Depending on the model, buyers can enjoy features such as a large eat-in kitchen, spacious family room, grand master suite with a coffered ceiling and walk-in closet, and either an open great room design or one with a formal dining room for more intimate gatherings.

At the same time, Coral Lakes Estates community is also one of Lennar’s newest and most exciting single-family-home communities. The intimate neighborhood offers six unique, one- and two-story designs with either four or five bedrooms and a two-car garage. These home designs offer up to nearly 3,700 square feet and are priced from the low $300,000s. These versatile and spacious homes offer floor plans that are very distinct from each other and are perfect for families.

Both of these fine communities boast Lennar’s “Everything’s Included” features, which include GE kitchen appliances, super-capacity washer and extra-large-capacity dryer, beautiful wood kitchen cabinets in a choice of colors, 18-inch ceramic tile in a choice of decorator colors, and the Nexia Home Intelligence System, which allows homeowners to control a security camera, thermostat and lighting from any computer, tablet or smart phone with internet access.

Grand Lakes Estates and Coral Lakes communities are located near a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment venues, as well as A-rated schools for kids of all ages. Welcome Home Centers and models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 877-205-1531 or visit Lennar.com/Florida Deals. Brokers welcome.

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