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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

The French Country Castello


Another shot of the landscaping that surrounds this
French Country Castello. Posted by Hello


This French Country Castello is nearing completion. It has just been landscaped and looks great! Posted by Hello

The Florence


This Florence has just received its roof. Posted by Hello

Bella Casa


Bella Bella! The Bella Casa in the model park has been blocked. This 2933 square foot home features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, a library, a privacy garden, formal dining and living rooms, and a family room. The pictures above highlight the grand entrance and the massive windows that will be placed in this home offering outstanding views of Harbor Hills. Posted by Hello

The Siena


The roof on the Siena in the model park nears completion. Posted by Hello


The "A" block in Lakeview Village has just been paved and boasts outstanding views of Lake Griffin. Posted by Hello

Monday, June 27, 2005

The signature marshmallow hole #10


Just had to post 1 more shot of the marshmallow drivers staring down #10. Posted by Hello

Ya Mon!


Ya Mon! The Jamaican me crazy party was cool breezes Friday night at the clubhouse. Posted by Hello

Marshmallow Driving


The Jamaican Me Crazy Party was held on Friday evening at the clubhouse. As part of the festivities a very competitive marshmallow-driving contest was held. Robert Vogt, pictured above, displays his marshmallow hitting techniques. Posted by Hello

Friday, June 24, 2005


Construction is rolling! This pad has been formed and rough plumbing has been installed and readied for a future Seville. Posted by Hello

Sunday, June 19, 2005

The Harbor Hills Pineapple


The pineapple has served as both a food and a symbol throughout the human history of the Americas. The fruit was a culinary favorite of the fierce Carib Indians who lived on islands in the sea that still bears their name. The first encounter between a European and a pineapple occurred in November, 1493, by Christopher Columbus. The Renaissance Europe to which Columbus returned with his discoveries was a civilization largely bereft of common sweets. In such a gastronomic milieu, reports and later samples of the New World's pineapple--whose ripe yellow pulp literally filled with natural sweetness when chewed--made the fruit an item of celebrity and curiosity for royal gourmet and horticulturist alike.

In Colonial America the rare pineapple was dubbed King of Colonial fruits. Its rarity, expense, reputation and striking visual attractiveness made it the ultimate exotic fruit. In larger, well-to-do homes, dinner guests were confronted with pineapple-topped food displays whom felt particularly honored by a hostess who obviously spared no expense to ensure her guests' dining pleasure.

Several hundred years later a new variety of pineapple known as the Bradley was brought to a region of Central Florida where it was planted a top plush rolling hills overlooking a beautiful 9500 hundred acre lake. In its new unique and picturesque surroundings the Bradley thrived. Its awe inspiring beauty exploded with never tasted before sweetness.

Traveling from Christopher Columbus to Renaissance Europe, to Colonial America; today, the Bradley, renamed after the community which it thrives, is still produced in small batches and is served in larger well-to-do homes to guests whom feel particularly honored by a hostess who obviously spares no expense to ensure her guests´┐Ż dining pleasure.
Posted by Hello

Thursday, June 16, 2005

AWESOME


There is so much going on at Harbor Hills that I had to resort to posting multiple smaller pictures at once.

The three pictures in the top row are of the cabinetry being installed into a Venice. They also show the tile that has recently been installed.
The first two pictures in the second row show the tile and Listello that have been recently installed into a Seville. The third picture is taken from the kitchen of the Siena looking through the great room and into the den.


The first picture in the third row shows the A block in Lakeview Village which is being prepared to be paved. The last two pictures are of the very first pictures of the Florence. Once the roof is further along we will post separate pictures of that model. Posted by Hello

French Country Castello


A view of the brick paver driveway being installed on this French Country Castello. Posted by Hello


This heavily customized French Country Castello is receiving pavers in the courtyard, walkway and driveway. Be sure to check back in a few days to see the completed job. Posted by Hello

The Siena in the Model Park


An updated photo of the Siena in the model park. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

A fine evening was had by all...


Here are some photos from Monday night's fine dining and dancing event. It was a GREAT evening. The meal was fabulous!!!!! Thanks. Jerr (Harbor Hills Activity Director) Posted by Hello

A Champion lives among us.

Jan Wilson phoned us this afternoon from Pittsburg to report the exciting news that she had won the gold medal in her age division for bowling at the National Senior Olympics/Games. (Not sure of the proper name/title of the event). This is quite an achievement! She rolled a 567 series to beat her closest competition by one point.

As you may know, the Seniors from all over the country were in Pittsburg to compete in their various sports, etc. Jan was the gold medal winner from the state competition in the Villages in her age group.

Congratualations to Jan from everyone at Harbor Hills!

Friday, June 10, 2005

Welcome Wagon


I was greeted on my way into work this morning. Posted by Hello

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Built-in Entertainment Centers


Homebuyers have many choices in customizing their homes. This Castello home is receiving a custom built-in entertainment center. During your design appointment you may choose to have 1 of many built-in options added to your home. Posted by Hello

Spanish Mediterranean Seville


This Spanish Mediterranean Seville is nearing completion.
Posted by Hello

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

French Country Seville - Rear Elevation


This pictures shows the rear elevation of a French Country Seville that is receiving shingles. Posted by Hello

Monday, June 06, 2005

Meet the Silvers


Steven & Joy Silvers have two children Eric 10 & Jenna 13. They are originally from Miami Fl and have lived in Tampa for the past 7 years. They are the owners of a children's early learning center (Childcare). They enjoy theme parks, boating, outdoor activities, golf (Steven) and travel.
Harbor Hills will be their second home, living primarily in Tampa. Steven looks forward to playing golf and relaxing at their new home.

Friday, June 03, 2005

Life at Harbor Hills


This beautiful picture was recently taken by one of our residents from their backyard. Thanks to Bill and Lu for the submission! Posted by Hello