In the News: Construction Commences on Two More Homes at Windward Isle

November 25, 2017

In the News:  Construction Commences on Two More Homes at Windward Isle

Construction of two more homes, in the Grenada and Abacos floor plans, designed by Naples architect Weber Design Group, is underway in Seagate Development’s Windward Isle, a gated neighborhood of 28 single-family luxury homes in North Naples.

“Created by Weber Design Group, the 4,118-square-foot under air, two-story Grenada floor plan includes a great room, dining area, kitchen, a study with a walk-in closet, the master suite, and a guest suite on the first floor. Two upstairs bedrooms and a game room offer an area for studying, entertaining, and watching television. One of the upstairs bedrooms has a covered outdoor balcony.

The plan features four full baths and one half-bath, a three-car garage, and an outdoor living area with a covered lanai and pool.  A completed Grenada model is priced at $1.895 million, fully-furnished. Jinx McDonald Interior Designs’ Minka McDonald, ASID, LEED, AP and design associate Janine Blume created a relaxed, family oriented interior for the Grenada model that features a color palette focused on natural hues with a touch of zest. The flooring in the living areas features soft gray porcelain wood-look plank tile with hints of pewter and slate. The Grenada floor plan is base priced at $1.475 million.

Also designed by Weber Design Group and base priced at $1.275 million, the 3,065-square-foot single-story Abacos is an open concept great room plan that includes a wet bar, island kitchen, dining area, study, three bedrooms, three full baths, one half-bath, an outdoor living area, and a three-car garage. A furnished Abacos model is open for viewing and purchase priced at $1.695 million with furnishings. The model also features an interior by Jinx McDonald Interior Designs’ Minka McDonald, ASID, LEED AP. McDonald’s color palette incorporates warm ivories, silver, light driftwood grays, and rich charcoal gray tones. The flooring throughout the living areas is white porcelain tile with subtle gray striations.”

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