The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 27, 1998 · Page 69
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 69

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, March 27, 1998
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The Palm Beach Post SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION 1 3 :MARCH 2728, 1998 1 A TT irPOnnAnnii Al Li J JJ -J ) -t 1 , ' Contents prepared by the Marketing Department se at core off Lost Lake's lifestyle I 1 i L' 7T77 i u f t - r 1 ; M VV'ILJ Clubhou T "3 f j i 111 , i ---I t 1 SiliWfST?fW!1 !WWB ,lriiMiiH i"-r "-Kuan 1 ith its ' porte cochere entrance, ereen tiled roofs and copper cupola, the multilevel club house at Lost Lake Oolt uud m Hobe Sound reflects the informal character of the community. Gourmet dinners are served in the 175-seat dining room, and members and guests can enjoy lunches indoors or out in the terrace grill. A veranda overlooks the ninth and 18th holes of the golf course. The clubhouse also features card rooms, a multipurpose room for meetings and special events, locker facilities, a pro shop, and calendar of social and recreational events. The swim and tennis center, with its landscaped lake setting, provides lighted courts, a heated pool, Jacuzzi and sun deck. Lost Lake's nature preserve makes a scenic backdrop for the golf course that winds throughout the community. Measuring 6,850 yards, the par-72 golf course is designed with multiple tees to accommodate all players. A membership plan allows charter members to reserve tee times up to four days in advance, reduced fees for carts, guest play, range balls and discounts on pro shop merchandise. DiVosta Signature Homes offers a new patio home, the Regent, at one of Lost Lake's last two neighborhoods. Many home sites are lakefront. The Regent features 1,648 square feet of air-conditioned living space, three bedrooms, two baths, screened lanai and a two-car garage. Homes are priced from $162,900. Lost Lake is on U.S. 1. The models are open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call (561) 286-0555 or (800) 253-9122. Amenities at Carlyle include private elevators, air-conditioned two-car garages for each homeowner, a building manager-concierge, porte cochere entry, lobby, fitness center, club room and suite available for the use of residents' guests. A pool deck surrounded by cabanas and waterfalls leads to a dune walk to the beach. Deep-water docks are available on the Intracoastal. A putting and practice area wraps the north and west sides of the building. To visit the Carlyle, take Interstate 95 to Exit 59A. Go east on Indiantown Road to Alternate A1A and turn north. The road crosses U.S. 1 to become CR707, which leads across the waterway to Jupiter Island and becomes Beach Road. The sales center, 19700 Beach Road, is 1 mile north of the bridge and is open daily. For more information about the Carlyle, call (561) 745-9999. W 'The clubhouse is the center of activity at Lost Lake Golf Club. Besides card rooms, it features a dining room, pro shop and activity rooms. Nearby, the community's tennis and swim center features lighted courts and heated pool. Carlyle features final three condos Occupancy in the 13-story, waterfront luxury tower is scheduled for June. Each residence has balconies. f 11 1 T9 views and features the Wedgewood and Cambridge models. The Wedgewood is priced at $425,000 unfurnished or $565,000 furnished. The furnished Cambridge is priced for $549,000. The models include Mediterranean-style rolled tile roof and interlocking brick -paver driveway, Please see IBIS19 7 7" M, .-4' licV HP-' fei; v. . Ml -0cJ(-h, ms. ,. .J ' .....1 . - .1 f - .nr. in n i I - fc i i '" ' ' The Carlyle Jupiter Island offers its last three residences. Prices start from $2 million. Construction is nearly complete on the 13-story, 24-resi-dence condominium in Palm Beach County. Occupancy is scheduled for June. Each 4,375-square-foot residence has balconies that overlook the Atlantic Ocean and In-tracoastal Waterway. "Standing in the kitchen, you will be able to view both sunrise over the ocean and sunset over the river," says Mason Simpson, president of Carlyle Development Co. These views, combined with 9-foot-6-inch ceilings in most rooms, create the effect of a home floating in the clouds." Each unit's kitchen is equipped with a 20-cubic-foot Sub-Zero refrigerator, 20-cubic-foot Sub-Zero freezer, Therma-dor Professional Series convection and microwave ovens, gas cooktop, warming drawer and built-in gas grill. foyer with a 16-foot ceiling. four neighborhoods The three-bedroom, 4V4-oath Villa Ibis offers bis Golf & Country Club, a 1 900-acre community in West Palm Beach, offers a diversity of ;Y- K i I, , , t?' ' 11 T-"' Flora model in Egret Lakes has a homes in elude the Briarcliffe and Hamilton, priced at $320,000 and $395,000 furnished, respectively. An unfurnished Hamilton costs $237,000. The Princeton also features three bedrooms and is priced for $420,000 furnished. The four-bedroom Devon is priced for $266,000. In the Legend Club, a neighborhood overlooking The Legend golf course, two models are offered. The three-bedroom Austin is priced at $295,000, and the three-bedroom Daimler is priced for $320,000. Both feature textured-stucco exteriors and rough-sawn cedar fascia, volume ceilings, ceramic tile and two-car garages. The neighborhood of Sandhill Trace haiy golf course and lake home designs in several enclaves. Built by NLS Communities, The Grande is a neighborhood of 136 single-family homes. Residences in this neighborhood are built either in a classic Palm Beach- or contemporary-snie. Three-bedroom .Tiodcls in-' "1 Residences at Carlyle Jupiter Island have views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Residents can watch the sun nse ov,?r the ocean and set over the wat-way. fc m

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