Update on Paradise Key South Beach Community
Since HGTV featured Paradise Key South Beach Community in Smart Home 2013, the community has seen remarkable growth. The rapid strides made by this community of custom homes in Jacksonville Florida means that space is now limited, so now is the time to act if you’re considering one of the homes in this spectacular coastal community.
Located between Ponte Vedra and Atlantic Beach, the raw beauty of the land has influenced the designs of the custom homes that Glenn Layton Homes builds in this inspiring setting. These Key West-style homes encompass natural aesthetics in their architectural features that are perfect for Florida coastal living, including spacious porches for leisure and living, as well as significant roof overhangs that provide shade and protection from the rain. Inside, these custom homes in Jacksonville Florida have towers with roof heights of 42.5 feet, and observation decks for sunbathing or simply taking in the scenery.
In 2013, Glenn Layton Homes paired with HGTV’s Smart Home to build a home that features all of the latest smart home technologies and qualities that result in homes that are more efficient and environmentally sustainable through careful construction practices. Of course, all of the Glenn Layton homes are built to make the most of indoor and outdoor living, using efficient floor planning to make more out of less.
Since being in the HGTV spotlight, Paradise Key has seen 33 of the 62 lots close, with nine new reservations. With only 20 available lots remaining, now is the time to turn to Glenn Layton Homes for a custom home in this relaxing community. Buyers can choose from 14 home designs that include one- and two-story floor plans, which range from 2050 square feet up to 4400 square feet. The homes come in a variety of styles that blend seamlessly with the tranquil concept of coastal living.
The Paradise Key community is more than just stylish homes. As well as maintaining natural vegetation such as live oaks, palmettos and pines, the community has focused on creating a neighborhood that is pedestrian and bicycle-friendly, with numerous footpaths and wooden walking bridges. This sense of living more harmoniously with nature, while still appreciating modern comforts, makes Paradise Key truly seem like paradise.Tags: coastal design, custom homes jacksonville fl, First Coast Supply, Glenn Layton Homes, kitchen design
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