CalAtlantic holds grand opening for Lake Worth project

The home builder opened four model homes at its Andalucia community

TRD MIAMI /
Jun.June 04, 2017 01:30 PM

A Coastal Collection home at CalAtantic’s Andalucia development in Lake Worth

Home builder CalAtlantic Homes held a grand opening Saturday and Sunday for Andalucia, its master-planned community development in Lake Worth.

CalAtlantic invited the public to tour four model single-family homes at the Andalucia development and its sales center at 8926 Kingsmoor Way in Lake Worth.

The model homes represent two types of homes at Andalucia, the Coastal Collection and the Vineyard Collection.

The Vineyard Collection features single-family homes that range in size from 2,000 square feet to 3,032 square feet, with three to five bedrooms and two to four bathrooms. Prices start in the low $360,000s.

Coastal Collection homes range in size from 2,420 square feet to 3,676 square feet, with three to four bedrooms and two bathrooms and a half bathroom to four bathrooms and a half bathroom. The price range for Coastal homes starts in the mid $430,000s.

Common-area amenities at Andalucia will include a neighborhood swimming pool and cabana area, a fitness center, a children’s play area and open green spaces.


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