SARASOTA, Fla., Oct. 21, 2015 -- With the opening of "The Mindera," a $2,299,990 luxury estate, custom-design homebuilder John Cannon marks his return to Newland Communities in Apollo Beach, Fla., as the exclusive builder in the Bay Estates Preserve at MiraBay, a neighborhood of estate-size waterfront and preserve home sites.
Rich with Spanish and Mediterranean influences, The Mindera's customized finishes and natural materials adds a signature aesthetic of luxury to the MiraBay community.
"We opened our first model for MiraBay - Newland Communities in July of 2004 and by 2005 we had established a successful relationship with them," John Cannon, president of John Cannon Homes said. "The development was in full swing, our models were well received and customers were pleased," he reflected.
"Now, it's a new time, and we are thrilled not only to be back in MiraBay but with the honor of being selected exclusive builder in the Bay Estates Preserve neighborhood. And what better way to announce our return than with the Mindera," Cannon said.
The luxury custom-built 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath Mindera is in the "Santa Barbara" architectural style. With over 4,400 square feet, the home features an outdoor cooking and seating pavilion poolside, spa-like master bathroom suite and natural aged wood flooring; The home is designed in the great room style and a "wow" factor is the home's sweeping vistas of the waterfront and preserve. The home is available fully furnished with leaseback.
MiraBay is a 750-acre waterfront residential community located 20 miles south of Tampa being developed in joint partnership between North America Sekisui House, LLC (NASH) and the master developer of the community, Newland Communities. MiraBay is one of NASH-Newland's more than 30 communities they have developed in partnership in eleven states across the U.S. MiraBay, when completed, will have approximately 1,900 single-family homes, townhomes and villas, a 135-acre man-made lagoon and a 3.5-mile canal system with direct boating access to Tampa Bay. The community received a "best master planned community" design by the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission in 2002.