Lennar offers a range of dream homes in Doral

 

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Lennar has something for every home buyer, including cutting-edge floor plans designed for any lifestyle or living arrangement, says Carlos Gonzalez, president of Lennar’s Southeast Florida Division, “and Lennar wants you to be the next to buy with our amazing values out there.”

Lennar has been recognized as one of the top three home builders in the country, says Gonzalez. Now, the company is giving buyers the opportunity to buy a brand-new home from the $160,000s to the $600,000s in one of the more desirable communities in Doral, conveniently close to Miami International Airport.

“No matter the home size or style, price or preference, our fine communities have what you need in Doral,” says Gonzalez of Lennar’s homes at Islands at Doral, Isles at Grand Bay and Valencia at Doral.

Many buyers have already taken advantage of becoming the next to buy a Lennar home. Islands at Doral are, to no surprise, near close-out with carefree living at its finest including luxury condominium homes featuring two or three bedrooms from the $200,000s, townhomes with garage from the $300,000s (which are sold out), and single-family estate homes from the $400,000s.

Isles at Grand Bay, a gorgeous master-planned community, has the elegance and sophistication of its surrounding neighborhoods, some of the most impressive in the city, says Gonzalez.

At this Lennar signature lifestyle community, residents can enjoy desirable amenities like a splash park and tot lot for the kids, and fitness trails, tennis, sports and a fitness center.

Grand Bay executive estate homes are priced from the $400,000s and oversize home site presidential estates from the $500,000s. Both are within the gated and manicured grounds. Some homes also feature Lennar’s innovative Next Gen – The Home Within A Home floor plan, where two families can live under one roof and still have their private space.

The Valencia community is nestled in the heart of Doral and offers all residents one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums, and a country club membership with access to the Doral Park clubhouse and restaurants and state-of-the-art fitness center.

Lennar’s Welcome Home Centers and decorated models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For additional information, call 866-688-7052 or visit www.Lennar.com/FloridaDeals.

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