TRINITY, FLA. – Riding the resurgence of the luxury-home market, Champions’ Club announces the opening of an $825,000 Arthur Rutenberg lakefront model home on the Fox Hollow Golf Course, the first furnished model in this exclusive gated community in five years.
According to Dan Aldridge, vice president of Adam Smith Enterprises Inc., the community’s developer, Arthur Rutenberg’s 3,199-square-foot Coquina design – built by Arthur Rutenberg franchise Lyons Heritage-Tampa – is in the village of Siena.
Featuring three bedrooms, three baths, a study, bonus room and three-car garage, the Coquina is a greatroom design with a Mediterranean architectural flair.
As guest pass the double front entry doors, they find themselves in a broad foyer crowned with decorative, 13-foot-high recessed ceilings. To one side of this area is the 12-by-15-foot formal dining room, while on the other side are french doors opening into the 14-by-16-foot study boasting a curved wall of windows.
At the far end of the foyer is the 19-by-21-foot greatroom – with a 12-foot-high recessed ceiling – that is open to a gourmet island kitchen with glass-walled breakfast area overlooking the lanai, pool and golf course beyond. The lanai and its 13-by-17-foot cabana is accessible from the greatroom via 9-foot-high sliding-glass doors.
At one end of the lanai is access to the 17-by-17-foot bonus room and a pool bath, while across the lanai is the 13-by-18-foot master suite with his-and-her walk-in closets flanking a hall that leads to the master bath. The bath provides two dressing areas and vanities, a garden tub and separate shower.
The Coquina model is located at 10728 Ruffino Court, Trinity, Fla. It is open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday 1-5 p.m.
The Champions’ Club is a gated golf-course community in southwest Pasco County overlooking the 18-hole championship golf course at Fox Hollow Golf Club. More than half of this community’s 368 homesites border the golf course, while many others overlook nearly 45 acres of lakes, or heavily wooded conservation areas.
The Champions’ Club comprises seven Mediterranean-themed villages. Homes in some villages must provide at least 2,850 square feet of living space, while other villages require homes with a minimum of 3,800 square feet of living space. Residential pricing ranges from the $600s to more than $3 million including homesite.
The Champions’ Club is in the $1.5 billion master-planned community of Trinity, one of the largest communities of its kind in the Tampa Bay area. Trinity also is being developed by Adam Smith Enterprises.
Additional information about the Coquina may be obtained by calling (813) 973-7996 or via email at email@example.com. For details on The Champions’ Club, call (727) 375-2800 or visit championsclubfla.com.
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