A new Paraiso design home by FL Star is under construction in Golden Gate Estates. Located at 4176 60th Ave. NE, the Paraiso is a three-bedroom plus den, two-bath home with 1,600 air-conditioned square feet.
“This design is especially appealing for its flexibility,” said Gary Hains, spokesman for FL Star. “The study includes a walk-in closet, making it available as a guest room or as a office or hobby room with plenty of storage space.”
The contemporary open great room design allows easy access from the living area to the dining, kitchen and outdoor living space. The master bedroom is a private retreat with a walk-in closet, a large bath with twin vanities with quartz countertops, a linen closet and a tile walk-in shower.
A split plan, the two guest bedrooms are located on the opposite side of the home. The bedroom share a full bath that is accessible from the hallway.
This Paraiso is priced at $464,900. For more information, contact Jim Borden, FL Star sales professional, at 239.451.8153, email [email protected]
Homes by FL Star in Golden Gate Estates include the most desirable interior finishes, such as quartz countertops, undermount sinks and stainless steel appliances. The sodded portion of the home sites are irrigated.
FL Star is a conglomerate of real estate entities lead by David E. Torres and Gary Hains. FL Star’s current projects include Sapphire Cove, an intimate community of single-family homes in South Naples; Vanderbilt Apartments, a new 48-unit apartment community on Vanderbilt Beach Road; Hammock Park Apartments, a 265-unit community planned at the corner of Collier Blvd. and Rattlesnake Hammock Road; Milano Lakes, a 296-unit luxury apartment community; and Hammock Park Center, a new retail shopping center on Collier Boulevard. FL Star is also building a selection of single-family homes in Golden Gate Estates and in Cape Coral. In addition to construction and development activities, the company provides management services for commercial and industrial buildings for real estate owners and condominium associations including maintenance, collection of rents and financial reporting. Projects totaling in excess of 1,500 residential units are in the pipeline for the coming years. For more information visit FL-Star.com.