Seagate to Break Ground on Custom Homes at Windward Isle

Nathan Law

Seagate Development Group will break ground on two custom homes in Windward Isle this month. Named the 2019 Aurora Awards’ Residential Community of the Year, this luxurious and favorably located community is a gated enclave of 28 single-family residences within a discreet cul-de-sac on Airport-Pulling Road. It was developed by […]

Seagate Development Group will break ground on two custom homes in Windward Isle this month. Named the 2019 Aurora Awards’ Residential Community of the Year, this luxurious and favorably located community is a gated enclave of 28 single-family residences within a discreet cul-de-sac on Airport-Pulling Road. It was developed by Seagate in a choice area of world-class destinations. Custom homes in Windward Isle feature architectural designs by JMDG Architecture | Planning + Interiors as well as R.G. Designs.

The two custom homes that are breaking ground this month will present the Cayman II and the Grenada II floor plans. The former is a single-story residence that offers over 2,600 square feet of living space – three bedrooms plus a study, three full baths and a three-car garage. A paved entry will lead to a foyer just off the double-door study. This home includes wood flooring throughout the main living areas, designer carpet in the bedrooms and porcelain tile in all baths. The open floor plan concept offers the great room, the dining area and the gourmet kitchen. The kitchen features Bosch appliances, quartz countertops, an island and a walk-in pantry. The exterior living area opens to an outdoor kitchen that includes a grill, an under-counter refrigerator and a gas fireplace.  The master suite and the master bath – which features his and her vanities, a freestanding soaking tub, a walk-in shower and a private water closet – are joined by two walk-in closets.

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