Silver Palms’ clubhouse grand opening slated for this weekend

 
 
The community features a grand clubhouse with a vast array of entertainment options.
The community features a grand clubhouse with a vast array of entertainment options.

ADVERTORIAL

Lennar is hosting the grand opening of the new resort-style clubhouse at the beautiful Silver Palms community in Miami-Dade County this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This weekend, prospective buyers will be able to see all that the gorgeous clubhouse has to offer. Snacks and beverages will be offered, as well as a face painting for children, from noon to 3 p.m.

The grand clubhouse features a vast array of entertainment options. Amenities include an expansive pool and fun-filled splash zone with water sprays and water slides. Residents can also enjoy a spacious sundeck and barbecue pavilion.

Connected to the pool area is a large indoor party room furnished with a big screen television, leather couches and a caterer’s kitchen, ready to host social gatherings. Across the lobby with charming gathering areas, a state-of-the-art fitness center with a relaxing his-and-hers saunas await. Parents can enjoy a workout without worry, thanks to a window wall adjoining the playroom with iPad stations.

Silver Palms features jogging trails that weave around the lakes, where residents will feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Playgrounds and parks, nestled among the meandering sidewalks, are perfect for sunset strolls.

Silver Palms is conveniently located next to two K-8 charter schools and a Publix shopping center. Black Point Marina and Southland Mall are down the street, along with a variety of dining and entertainment options. Right off the Turnpike and U.S. 1, residents have easy access to major thoroughfares.

The Royal Collection of single-family homes at Silver Palms offers one- and two-story homes starting in the mid-$200,000s. Buyers can choose from six models with up to 3,120 air-conditioned square feet. Each three-, four- and five-bedroom home includes a two-car garage, and varying designs offer family rooms separate from formal living areas, a bedroom and full bath downstairs, spacious secondary bedrooms with walk-in closets, secondary baths with separate vanities, or master suites with coffer ceilings and en-suites featuring his-and-hers sinks, garden tubs and separate clear enclosed showers.

Silver Palms also features the highly sought-after NEXTGEN – The Home Within a Home floor plan concept. The innovative design features a private suite with its own private entry, living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bath and laundry area. It is the ideal solution for families who want to enjoy the privacy of their own home, yet provide convenient living space for elderly parents, children just out of college or out-of-town visitors.

The Sable Collection features four distinctive two-story home designs with up to nearly 1,800 air-conditioned square feet of living space and priced in the upper $100,000s Each three- and four-bedroom home features a garage, with designs offering spacious living areas, kitchens with breakfast bars open to family rooms, elegant powder baths with pedestal sinks, secondary bedrooms with walk-in closet or private bath, and master suites with coffer ceilings and en-suites with his-and-hers vanities in some models.

Every home at Silver Palms includes Lennar’s “Everything’s Included” package, with thousands of dollars in features at no additional cost, including the Nexia remote-access home automation system, 18-inch ceramic tile flooring and GE appliances.

With Lennar’s preferred mortgage lender and title companies ready to assist buyers, purchasing a new home at Silver Palms is as easy as choosing a floor plan and home site, and then letting Lennar do the rest, says a spokesperson.

Buyers can visit the Silver Palms Welcome Home Center, inside the clubhouse at 23770 SW 115th Ave. in Miami, open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., call 877-204-2425 or visit lennar.com/florida deals.

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