Don't miss this rarely available Park D / Lancaster model only steps away from The Club at Alton and a short walk to the Alton Town Center. This 2,984 square foot home, with a first-floor master bedroom, is ideally situated on a premium, exterior-facing lot. Southern exposure provides abundant natural light and mesmerizing sunset views. The upgraded island elevation has been recently renovated in 2022, with brand new hardwood flooring and staircase and complete interior and exterior paint. This pristine home is complemented by a metal roof, a fully tiled second-story balcony, and custom tongue-and-groove exterior wood ceilings.View Virtual Tour
Basketball, Clubhouse, Community Room, Dog Park, Exercise Room, Game Room, Internet Included, Lobby, Manager on Site, Park, Pickleball, Playground, Pool, Spa-Hot Tub, Tennis
Cable, 3-Phase Electric, Gas Natural, Public Sewer, Public Water
2+ Spaces, Driveway, Garage - Detached
Built-in Shelves, Closet Cabinets, Ctdrl/Vault Ceilings, Entry Lvl Lvng Area, Cook Island, Pantry, Second/Third Floor Concrete, Upstairs Living Area, Walk-in Closet
Auto Garage Open, Cooktop, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Freezer, Generator Whle House, Ice Maker, Microwave, Range - Gas, Refrigerator, Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment, Smoke Detector, Washer
Ceiling Fan, Central Individual
Auto Sprinkler, Covered Balcony, Custom Lighting, Deck, Fence, Open Balcony, Open Patio, Room for Pool
There are about 12 golf courses within the Palm Beach Gardens city limits. The Professional Golfer's Association of America has its headquarters office in this city.
If you like oysters, head over to Spoto's, where black and white photographs of oyster fishermen adorn the walls. The polished tables give the eatery a country club look. Spoto's serves up a delightful bowl of New England clam chowder and an impressive variety of oysters and clams. Sit outside on the patio to take advantage of the area's perfect weather.
Palm Beach Gardens was developed by John D. MacArthur in 1959. His original chosen name for the city was Palm Beach City, but this name was not approved by Florida legislature. Therefore, MacArthur named the city Palm Beach Gardens.
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Listing information last updated on June 1st, 2023 at 12:37pm EDT.