London Bay Offers Final Two Homesites at The Founders Club

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Homebuyers at The Founders Club, Sarasota’s premier golf community, have two final opportunities to create the custom home of their dreams and enjoy golf membership without the wait list. Only two homesites are available, offering a choice of sweeping views across the Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed championship golf course and a preserve. With only 262 single-family homes in 700-acres, The Founders Club’s low-density design maximizes vistas from every home and large homesites ranging from nearly half an acre to over an acre. Homebuyers purchasing one of the final two lots have the choice between renowned builders London Bay and John Cannon Homes and require a minimum of 3,500 square feet of living area. Available homesites in The Founders Club are priced from $740,000 for a picturesque preserve view to $930,000 overlooking the flag on the first green, a lake and wetlands. There are no CDD fees at The Founders Club. Three new custom model homes are now open for viewing and showcase luxury designs by AR Homes, Lee Wetherington Homes and John Cannon Homes. Visitors can stop by The Founders Club Sales Center Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. located at 3001 Founders Club Drive, three miles east of I-75 on Fruitville Road, Exit 210. For more information about The Founders Club, call 941-378-0900 or visit the community’s website at www.TheFoundersClub.com.

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