Coming Soon to South Lakeland: Two New Communities of Central Florida New Homes
2013 is going to be a great year to purchase a Central Florida new home, as local builders increase new home construction to keep up with buyer demand. At Highland Homes, we are excited to announce that we will soon offer beautiful single-family homes at Hartford Estates and The Reserve at Fairway Oaks. These South Lakeland communities will provide more opportunities than ever for buyers to live a relaxing Florida lifestyle in the proximity of great schools, shopping and entertainment.
At Hartford Estates, buyers will experience luxury living with some of our most stylish, upscale home plans offering 2,000 or more square feet of living space. Spacious homes at Hartford Estates will be priced from the high $100,000s and showcase upscale interior and exterior features including stone exterior accents, St. Augustine sod, 30-year warranty architectural shingles, kitchen upgrades and much more. We will start accepting presales and begin construction on the model home, featuring the Willow floor plan, in April.
Located in the exclusive Imperial Lakes community, The Reserve at Fairway Oaks follows the success of recently sold out communities, Belmont Park and The Enclave. In addition to the popular country club location, residents at this gated community will enjoy breathtaking nature views with all homesites featuring lakefront or conservation views. The 2012 top sales winner for Highland Homes, Gene Kucher, will return to the area as the sales agent for The Reserve at Fairway Oaks.
As a Lakeland home builder, we have seen how fast this popular South Lakeland location has sold in the past and we expect both Hartford Estates and The Reserve at Fairway Oaks to sell quickly. More information on Hartford Estates can be found on the Highland Homes website, and we will follow up with more information about The Reserve at Fairway Oaks soon. Please email us or call us at 863-797-4999 to join the VIP list for exclusive information on these up and coming communities.