It looks like Keene’s Pointe is set to open up a new section of homes for sale called the Gardens. It’ll be the final phase of new construction here and the builders will be WJ Sauerwine and NW Harris Construction. I met with Bill Sauerwine this past week and he’s a really nice guy. I love the fact that it’s a family business and his daughter works with him on the construction site.
Bill showed me the model they are working on in the Gardens and I was shocked he had been working on the house for only 3 weeks and it’s already past framing. Although the home still looks like a construction site, there were some features I really liked. One was the panoramic view of a pond, Lake Burden, and Cinderella’s Castle at Disney where the fireworks take place every night. The other was the stacked four car garage with doors on both sides. It’ll make pulling your boat in a breeze without all the fuss of dealing with the trailer. Anyone who’s struggled getting a boat into a garage will appreciate this.
It appears that most of the lots will have some sort of view, especially with a second floor and the lots are spacious with the smallest lots being at least a 1/3 acre. It’s also on sewer which is a great bonus. I still can’t believe Orange County approved the rest of Keene’s Pointe with septic tanks.
The lots are in pre-construction pricing at the moment with prices starting at $275,000. The prices are much lower than they have in a long time at Keene’s Pointe and a pretty nice opportunity. I’d say it’s a way better deal then Casa del Lago or Lake Burden where you have zero amenities and very few homes built already. If you’re interested, call Catherine Matthews at the Keene’s Pointe sales center. Her phone number is 407-876-8879. She’s super nice and tell her Hojin from Coldwell Banker sent ya and she’ll take good care of ya. We’ve done quite a few deals and she’s been excellent with all my customers. Thumbs up from me.
Catherine showed me a completed spec home by Sauerwine that’s for sale now the last time I was down there that was bad ass. It’s located in the Grosvenor section backing up to a conservation area priced at $2,198,000. My favorite feature was the outdoor living areas and the adjoining vanishing triple sliding glass doors that meet at a 90 degree angle. It really brings the outdoors in and the indoors out whichever way you want to look at it. Either way, I love it.