Harbor Hills Country Club

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Saturday, June 30, 2007

Kitchen We Build Kitchens

Awhile ago we did some posts on some of the Great Kitchens Harbor Hills has built.

Here is a kitchen we just added to our collection. Its in a brand new house in Lakeview.
Can't wait to be invited over for a meal as not only do they have a professional kitchen but they
are professional chefs.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Lake Griffin plays a big part in the Bassmasters Sunshine Showdown

Excellent year round fishing is another benefit available to Harbor Hills residents, boaters and non-boaters alike.

The community's Orange Canal marina - with boat slips and a private launch ramp - provides quick access to the 9200 acre Lake Griffin, the northern-most of the eight natural interconnected lakes composing Florida's 70,000 acre Harris Chain of Lakes.

Lake Griffin has been the most prolific "lunker" largemouth producer for the past three B.A.S.S. Harris Chain Tournaments.

Hone your angling skills from shores of Harbor Hills and fish like the Bassmasters!

Thursday, June 21, 2007

We Build Dreams

Nothing like a cool dip if the Pool on those warm summer days. Here we show you our favorite Chiropractor and his wife's pool.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

New Homes

Here at Harbor Hills we have been working diligently building lots of new homes.

Over the next couple of weeks we want to show you some of them.

Here is a gorgeous Florence model we built for our favorite Chiropractor and his wife

Monday, June 11, 2007

State of Florida to Dramatically Cut Property Taxes!

Florida lawmakers have agreed to a $31.6 billion tax relief package. The plan will be phased in over the next five years and is highlighted by what is being called a super-exemption on your homestead.

For example, a homeowner whose primary residence that has a taxable value of $400,000 currently pays approximately 1.6% of $375,000 in annual property taxes or approximately $6000. Under the new plan the same homeowner can take a $180,000 exemption and pay approximately 1.6% of $220,000 or $3520, a savings of $2480 (roughly 40%). The new plan would implement a sliding scale based on the value of your home. Please see the linked article in the Orlando Sentinel for additional details.


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