When you think about a luxury home in Florida, you might think that they are all pretty much alike.
But that’s not so, because everyone has a different definition of luxury and the extra features that make a Florida Luxury Home.
So let’s look at a few examples:
1. Vacation Home
This home was purchased by one of our clients to service the top-of-the-range vacation home market in the Central Florida / Disney area. No expense has been spared to make this home stand out from the competition so that it attracts the very highest in rental rates at the same time as securing the maximum number of rental weeks – quite a feat!:
2. Home on the Water
This home was purchased as a project by other clients of ours who already owned a Disney-area property. They really wanted to own a water-frontage home on the Gulf Coast and we found one for them that was in need of renovation, so we were able to negotiate a very advantageous purchase price for them. From first seeing it, they fell in love with the place despite the state it was in, and they had a dream of how it would turn out. They are now highly delighted with the outcome, particularly their rear deck which overlooks the canal opening into the Gulf Of Mexico! Photgraphs can hardly do it justice but here are a few to give you a flavour of what’s possible:
3. Retirement 55+ Home
Another feature of the Florida real estate scene is Active Adult communities. Typically these are offered to buyers from Northern states (or from other countries) who want to enjoy the Florida lifestyle in a community that offers lots of social and sporting activities. This is one such home bought by one of our clients last year:
4. Luxury Home Communities
In addition to those specialized types of community described above, there are some locations that are simply upscale places to own a regular home where ‘luxury” is more or less taken for granted. Keenes Pointe in Windermere is one of the premier locations for Florida Luxury Homes as the following examples of current listings demonstrate:
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