We previously reported that GL Homes is working on a 43-home development just south of Eagles Landing Middle School.
Today they released further details about the community, to be called Boca Stream. The name comes from a key feature that will be the first of its kind. There will be a “lazy river” built into the lake system so that most of the residents will be able to walk into their backyard and ride it to the clubhouse. The image at top shows the route it will take, with green heading toward the clubhouse at right and red taking residents back home.
For most of Boca Stream, prices will start from the low $1.6 millions with 2-story floor plans of 4000 square feet and up. Each home will have an elevator and 3-car garage, along with a 10kw Tesla Powerwall. GL spokesperson Patty Campbell said: “We got a great deal on the Powerwall units, as they were just discontinued.” Higher-end models will include two elevators and heliports on the roofs.
Eight of the lots will not be on the lazy river feature and will sell for less. “The County wanted us to do something for low income seniors, so these will be one-floor models with at most 3600 square feet and will start at no more than $1.3 million.”