With medium-toned wood flooring, wood-accented and beamed ceilings, and textural treatments, the Sabal villa model defines upscale resort design at WCI Communities’ Cypress Bend in Shadow Wood Preserve.
The 3,259-square-foot Sabal showcases the vision of Kay Green Design. The design firm translated Southwest Florida’s palette of surf, sand and sun into beachy beiges, yellows and watery blues — with pops of rich indigo — and incorporated white-painted moldings and beadboard-accented walls.
The three-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath home features an open design with a great room, kitchen and breakfast nook, a dining room defined by five columns, and a den. The model is shown with an expanded screened lanai, swimming pool and raised spa.
The Sabal’s wood floor is introduced in the foyer and continues throughout dining room, great room, kitchen, breakfast nook, den and the owner’s suite, enhancing the open floor plan.
The tray ceiling above the great room is embellished with wood beams. The adjoining kitchen features maple cabinetry with raised paneling, granite countertops and a tiled backsplash. The kitchen also offers a large freestanding island with six stools, a walk-in pantry closet and stainless steel appliances, including a French-door refrigerator with freezer drawer, an oven tower and microwave above a flat-surface cooktop.
The den is designed as an office and retreat for two, featuring a partner’s desk, two armchairs and a nautical theme.
The owner’s suite offers two armchairs and a table in a bay window sitting area.
The owner’s suite also offers his-and-her walk-in closets and a bathroom with separate tiled tub, frameless glass-enclosed tiled shower, and dual maple vanities and granite counters. The model’s guest suites have walk-in closets and private baths.
The Sabal also offers a three-car garage, front porch accented with columns and arched openings and 4,576 total square feet. The home design starts at $664,000.
The Sabal is the largest of three low-maintenance single-family villa home designs offered by WCI in Cypress Bend, Shadow Wood Preserve’s final neighborhood. Cypress Bend overlooks the community’s golf fairways, lakes and nature preserves.
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