McGarvey Custom Homes’ furnished Sinatra model is now open for viewing in Seneca, a neighborhood that will showcase 43 luxury residences offering Talis Park’s hallmark “In the Park” living experience.
Wrapped by the Sea Dwarf Paspalum vistas of Talis Park’s Greg Norman-Pete Dye designed golf course, Seneca’s north and south facing lakefront homesites feature water and double or triple fairway views. Seneca offers all-new designs in Spanish Eclectic, Italian Renaissance and Colonial Caribbean architectural styles. Each of the neighborhood’s sites will accommodate residences ranging from 3,200 to 5,000 square feet. Custom home and lot packages in Seneca are priced starting at $1.75 million. After being introduced last spring, just two developer homesites remain available in Seneca.
Sold while still under construction, McGarvey’s Caribbean-style, 4,464-square-foot Sinatra model remains open for viewing through a lease-back. A grand foyer and gallery hallway lead to a massive great room. The floor plan includes a wet bar, a study, four bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, a motor court and porte cochere, an oversized one-car owner’s garage, and a two-car garage. The master suite features a private garden off the bath, and a sitting area in the bedroom with doors that open to the pool and spa. One of the guest bedrooms serves as a VIP suite that opens to the outdoor living area and a courtyard. The Sinatra features interior by Clive Daniel Home’s Susie Petril and Charlie Hansen.
Petril and Hansen’s contemporary Caribbean style establishes a light and airy ambience throughout this home. Their color palette is based on organic materials and warm natural browns and creams with pops of indigo and maize yellow. The flooring in the main living areas is a neutral 24-by-24-inch porcelain tile with a travertine marble look.
The Sinatra’s elegance is established in a grand double foyer showcasing wide plank wood flooring with mosaic marble insets. Contemporary artwork and framed mirrors create an immediate statement complemented by two chrome chandeliers suspended overhead. The eye is then drawn through the foyer to the great room and the sweeping Seneca views beyond.