Lennar to create new Neighborhood at Babcock Ranch in SWFL

Lennar is joining the roster of builders at Babcock Ranch, the nation’s first solar-powered town. Kitson & Partners announced an agreement for a mix of twin-villas and single-family homes at price points within reach for a broader range of homebuyers.

The neighborhood located southeast of Founders Square, adjacent to the permanent school site and community park, will include approximately 180 homes.  Twin-villas at Lennar’s Babcock Ranch neighborhood will start at around $180,000, with single-family homes starting in the $220s.

At Babcock Ranch, the dream features that come standard with every home include a full gigabyte of fiber-optic connectivity, and an environmentally friendly lifestyle powered the 75mw Florida Power & Light solar power plant located within the town. While Babcock residents will pay the same rates for electricity as any other FPL customer, the green-building standards for all homes will lower overall costs because their energy consumption will be significantly lower.

Lennar will be offering their popular Twin Villa Homes, with a new countrystyle design that will fit in well with the rustic motif of Babcock Ranch. These maintenance-free homes will offer 1,417 to 1,564 square feet of comfort and style with two-car garages, two to three bedrooms and a covered lanai. A spacious kitchen and open plan are perfect for entertaining, and the natural light shining through glass sliders will give these homes a breezy, Floridian feel. Each new Villa includes notable features such as granite counter tops, wood cabinets, upgraded tile flooring, and a full GE stainless steel appliance package.

To learn more about purchasing Babcock Ranch land for sale, contact a member of the 9 Core Realty team today!

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