2321ScarlettThe Old World
About the Scarlett at Tamaya
3/2 all on one floor with just over 2,000 sq ft of Florida living with an optional Guest Casita with full bath for out-of-town guests, aging parents, teenagers or a true home office. The sleek kitchen features a large-walk in pantry, abundant cabinetry and large raised bar top for casual gathering. The breakfast nook overlooks the courtyard area and adjoins an enormous and elegant gathering room with coffered ceiling, fireplace and sliding glass doors that open to the courtyard area. The owners' suite at the rear of the house provides complete privacy and has all the bells and whistles. The large courtyard area is perfect should you opt for poolside fun, with room for serious cooking in an optional outdoor kitchen. If you are ready to enjoy true indoor-outdoor living, this is it and can be customized to your heart's desire!
Annual Utility Costs1
Save $1,218!vs. Resale Home
The ScarlettHERS Score - 66
Other BuildersHERS Score - 100
Resale HomeHERS Score - 130
1Annual utility bill cost is estimated. HERS score ratings and estimated annual bill data provided by SkyeTec, a RESNET-certified independent energy rating firm and is derived from the base plan. HERS score could change based on custom options and lot placement.
2Adjustment based on $80 per square foot.
3See sales associate for details. Information stated above is for illustrative purposes only and offered only as a broad overview of the potential advantages of buying new construction. Home costs listed will vary depending on size and location of home and local market conditions. Consumer is advised to conduct their own thorough research before making a home purchase. Reserve/Replacement: Based on residential construction industry life averages of systems and materials as follows: carpet @ 7 yrs @ $6,650, HVAC @ 15 yrs @ $5,000, Roof @ 20 yrs @ $15,000, Exterior Paint @ 7 yrs @ $3,100, Appliances @ 8 yrs @ $5,450, Misc Repair @ 7 yrs @ $7,000; 7 years proration of all systems = $42,200. Utility Bills: Based on 7 year usage estimates from industry professionals who measure energy efficiency throughout the state of Florida, find that new homes built meet a HERS rating of 60-70 exceeding codes and will yield a 35-40% energy savings over existing older construction. Insurance: Based on general average of yearly savings on newer construction in the state of Florida based on higher safety standards, stronger construction and latest building code requirements. Resale Value: based on National Realtor averages used when preparing a competitive market analysis. This amount is highly subjective and will vary from house to house based on market conditions.
4Monthly mortgage payment is an estimated value only. Estimated value only takes principal and interest into consideration.