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Contemporary furniture rendered in durable coastal finishes has come to define the American transitional design ethos that inspired the new West Indian decorator model. Montserrat Grand Coach Home Phase 2 is the community’s largest floor plan at 54 acres and 212 units. At 2,444 square feet under the air and including an attached 2-car garage, its large rooms, high ceilings and wide glass windows and doors give it the presence of a single-family home, an effect further enhanced by expansive views from its location on the top floor. Pricing for Montserrat Grand Coach Home starts in the $600,000 range and offers water and conservation orientations.

Montserrat’s gracious ground floor entrance adds to the home’s sense of privacy. The new model uses room decor to introduce its subtle palette and sensibility to textured design. Beautifully detailed wide profile wood plank porcelain tile finished in soft gray sets a refined tone throughout the residence. In the entry room, it’s layered over a patterned rug in the same tonal variations for an understated yet sophisticated presentation. Its wide entry hutch adds as much multifunctional storage as it does wall-to-wall textural interest. Complete with ever-classic blue and white accent pieces, it showcases understated, upscale styling in today’s contemporary finishes.

Montserrat’s Loft is also perfect for showcasing function as well as style, with a quiet seating area that can be transformed into a separate sleeping space as easily as unfolding its on-trend loveseat bed. The 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom Montserrat offers plenty of family or guest accommodation, but includes additional capability without losing any of its intended functionality, a hallmark of good design. As for the guests, it should be noted here that JMD Development has added 2 Guest Suites to its list of amenities. They are available to all owners and their guests for short stays a few times a year.

Montserrat’s great room includes its kitchen, living room and dining room, all of which face its oversized and screened in Lanai and viewed through 2 wide sets of triple sliding doors. The model’s high ceilings are accented on the living room side by an oversized coved ceiling defined by deep crown molding and backlit for dramatic effect. Its furniture draws its design theme from a dramatic rug with a bold sand and tropical sea-colored pattern that echoes in the swirling pattern of the dining room’s chrome and glass chandelier. Deep, textured wood finishes and a striking wall vessel increase the design interest of the area.

The adjacent kitchen features Grand Coach Home’s signature cook’s kitchen with an extra long center island topped with a deep white quartz curved edge countertop. The island is set far enough away from the perimeter cabinetry and cooking area for easy travel and comfortable family-style meal preparation. Its beautiful counter stools introduce modern neo-Danish wood/leather/metal styling points into the kitchen. Two wide walls of gray wood cabinetry are highlighted by a wonderfully reflective herringbone backsplash of matte and glossy tiles that is reflected in an oversized sky blue design element across the room. A full pantry with wooden shelving system designed to improve air circulation completes the kitchen.

During the morning hours in particular, when the model’s eastern exposure floods the large room with sunlight, the many shiny metallic finishes of the accessories and furnishings catch and reflect the light as it moves through the room. , animating every detail. The large room backdrop of tonal colors is complemented by its varied and bright accents. It is a well-designed template with a sophisticated layout.

Phase 2 classic residences are also under construction. These are smaller 4-unit residences priced from $400,000. The new designer model currently being fitted out for his first-floor Saba unit features a revised layout of the classic Coach House kitchen that moves the phase one pantry to a side wall, opening up dramatically its great room footprint without expanding the floor plan. The Saba is a 3 bedroom floor plan and features 1,537 square feet under air. It offers direct garage access and all classic homes include individual single-car garages and screened-in porches. Although the Phase 2 Saba model is still being decorated, it can be seen when accompanied by an on-site agent.

The slightly smaller, upper-level Tobago Classic Coach Home is also a 3-bedroom floor plan of 1,509 square feet. It features taller ceilings and cove detailing in its peninsula-style kitchen, along with the aforementioned relocated pantry. Its top floor views in particular are wide open in all directions. The Tobago echoes Saba’s floor plan and is laid out in a split bedroom format, with the master suite located across from the residence from the other bedrooms.

The standard features included in the purchase price of Antilles Coach Homes set it apart from other new build projects and have influenced buyers when comparing offers from other developments in the Antilles. They feature solid 8-foot interior doors with distinctive Merano hardware, high ceilings, quartz countertops, Kohler fittings, stainless steel kitchen appliances, 16 SEER Carrier air conditioning systems, and exterior windows and doors that are wind resistant according to Miami requirements / Dade standards in the purchase price. No hurricane shutters are required in the West Indies. Pantries, laundry rooms, master walk-in closets, and master suite double sinks are standard. Please refer to the development datasheet or website to review the value built into each unit as standard.

To see the full range of West Indies standard appointments and options, visit the Flamingo Club West Indies Sales Center. It was designed to be the heart of the community and offers 14,000 square feet of pure luxury, inside and out. Services are run here, and the catering kitchen and state-of-the-art exercise and fitness center are in the back. The huge meeting room offers a variety of socializing, lounge, and TV areas, as well as separate dining or game tables. It takes up about half the Club’s 5,000 square foot expanse, with wall-to-wall views across its 9,000 square foot outdoor living space, and beyond to Kingfisher’s own 5-acre Lake and Preserve. Caribbean wetlands and the community itself. Outside of the resort’s gated pool area, and given the noise levels from active sports, the regulation West Indies pétanque and pickleball courts have been purpose-built away from the residences. A 4-hole putting green has been added to the list of community amenities. JMD Development has adapted a popular life feature for the benefit of West Indian homeowners. Guest Suites are available for occasional use from owners on a first-come, first-served basis. Partly because there are no fixed-term contracts, West Indies maintenance costs are low compared to other older and larger communities in the region.

Antilles is a short drive from the fine dining and shopping of Old Naples and the world-class beaches and fishing spots of Marco Island, which are also nearby. It is a gated community 2 miles south of Tamiami Trail East (US 41), near Collier Boulevard (SR 951). Turn east on Port Au Prince Road and continue to the Flamingo Club, 155 Indies Drive East, Naples, FL 34114. The West Indies are represented by JRW Developer Resources, a division of John R. Wood Properties. Please refer to AntillesNaples.com to sign up for the most recent updates or call 239-691-4455 for an appointment. The Sales Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Jaime and Kerry are on hand to present the property.