LEESBURG – Treasure Trove, a single-family home community with 155 proposed sites at State Road 44 and East Treasure Trove Avenue, is expected to start taking shape by year’s end.
Earlier this year Traderscove Corporation, a subsidiary of the Winter Park-based Henin Group, entered into a contract to purchase the 55.45-acre property. The seller is Levy A. Wong, trustee of the Julie Robinson and Barbara Lueallen Trust.
Jerome Henin, president of The Henin Group, said site development for the forest-laden community should begin after Treasure Trove is approved in early 2023, with PSP approvals expected in December.
Gary Beverly and Steve Young of Maitland-based Civil Design Solutions created the proposed comprehensive plan (PCP) which the City sent to the State Dept of Economic Opportunity to amend the land use as “estate residential.” The amendment will be adopted in November, Henin said.
“Once the City of Leesburg approves the comprehensive plan for the 50- and 60-foot estate homesites we will begin construction permits for the community,” he said. Many of the homesites there will overlook small ponds, while others will view a nature preserve, Henin said.
About the Developer: France native Jerome Henin, the founder and owner of several companies involved in real estate development; home building and sales, has more than 37 years of experience in residential and commercial property development in Europe, Florida and Virginia. His largest Central Florida development – the award-winning Riviera Bella – is divided into villages with production homes priced from the mid $200,000s and custom homes up to $2 million. More recently Henin developed two single-family home subdivisions Springview Woods and Elmwood, and one townhome subdivision Towns at Lake Monroe Commons.
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Jerome Henin, Founder/CEO of The Henin Group, 407-644-8595 or Jerome@henin-co.com.
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