Seagate to break ground on two custom homes at Esplanade Lake Club

Nathan Law

Seagate Development Group will break ground on two custom homes at Esplanade Lake Club in Fort Myers next month. This announcement comes less than two weeks after crews completed another custom home in this community just east of I-75, one minute from Gulf Coast Town Center and situated on a […]

Seagate Development Group will break ground on two custom homes at Esplanade Lake Club in Fort Myers next month. This announcement comes less than two weeks after crews completed another custom home in this community just east of I-75, one minute from Gulf Coast Town Center and situated on a nearly 700-acre recreational lake. Seagate previously sold its three furnished model homes – Monaco, Genova and Santorini – with interiors by Theory Design and architectural design by R.G. Designs. The last four homesites at Esplanade Lake Club are currently under contract, and additional custom homes are in the works.

The first of two custom homes breaking ground next month will carry the Monaco floor plan’s 3,200-plus square feet of living space. The single-story residence – with architectural design by R.G. Designs – accommodates three bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths, and a three-car garage. An entry foyer is just off an owner’s study and a laundry room as well as grants direct access to a grand room with coffered ceilings, as displayed in other main living spaces throughout the home. The grand room is adjacent to the island kitchen and the dining area. The master suite is connected to the master bath by his and her walk-in closets and presents a sitting area that leads to a covered patio. That exterior space is part of an outdoor living area that can also be accessed from the grand room, kitchen and dining area. A pantry, a mud room, two VIP bedrooms and baths, and a powder bath will complete the custom home – slated for completion in 2022.

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