A World Of Possibilities Making the Impossible Possible

Home Sites That Have Been Released in Il Corso at Talis Park

The community of North Naples has announced that there are twelve home sites available for new-build construction within the neighborhood, for buyers of homes continue to love the “inside the village” lifestyle of Il Corso at Talis Park .

Il Corso reminds you of the lifestyle of Talis Park, and it comprises 30 maintenance-free, detached, villas full of luxury by Distinctive Communities that range from 3,638 to 2,530 square feet. Stoff Cooney Architects have designed the seven, two and one-story floor plans that can be seen at this community, which is located within a bike ride or short walk of the famous Grand Piazza including spa, fitness, dining venues at the beautiful Vyne House Clubhouse, and Great Lawn is also included. The wide villas of Spanish Eclectic open to private outdoor/indoor spaces including water views. Multiple storage areas, heated swimming pools, an island kitchen, study, and outdoor living areas are included in these four- and three-bedroom plans that are sold at $1 million as a starting price.

An increased construction activity has been brought about by the proximity of Il Corso to the Talis Parks Casa Cortese Grille ´s lounge and outdoor dining experience along with its proximity to the awesome Grand Piazza. The community also has six furnished and end-user model villas that are under construction. There are two villas that are available through a financial transaction called lease-back, and they are fully-furnished and completed. As twelve home sites will be released, an increase in construction activity is expected in this area.

Ficarra Design Associates will design the Il Corso’s new models of villas that are currently under construction, which will showcase both the Catania II and the Berolina II floor plans. These models should be finished by spring 2015.

Dining area, huge room, island kitchen, three paths, and three bedrooms are some of the features of the Berolina II models of two stories and 3,315 square feet. Buyers can also build a summer kitchen that includes spa, pool, water view, fridge and a gas grill. This kitchen can only be added to a first-floor great-room master suite. A guest retreat is placed upstairs that includes private bath, a large bedroom and even a lounge if you want to.

The floor plans of the Berlina II are sold at $1,145,000. As construction of the furnished model progresses, its price will be determined accordingly.

Golf cart storage, garage, island kitchen, a study, four bathrooms and three bedrooms are included in the Catalina II models. These models also feature 3,198 square feet and two stories. Every outdoor living area overlooks water views that are part of Il Corsos landscape, and they might include spa, sitting area, fridge, outdoor kitchen, and pool, among other things. In addition, two walk-in closets are included in the master suite. Walk-in closets and private baths are part of the two suites designed only for guests. The great rooms of these models feature a ceiling crossed by a beam that resembles that of a cathedrals. The floor plans of the Catalina II are sold at $1,145,000. As construction of the furnished model progresses, its price will be determined accordingly.

Both Catalina and Deana models are open for anyone to view them at Ill Corso, and these residences have been built by Distinctive Communities. Ficarra Design Associates has designed the interiors of these models.

The Deana model features 3,278 square feet and a great room along with two stories. The floor plan features a garage for two cars, storage for golf cart, spa, pool, lanai-covered outdoors, a study, two bedrooms, dining area, island kitchen, and three baths among other amenities. A living room, large bedroom, and bathroom are part of the guest suite located upstairs. Diana models also include pool deck, wet fall, an awesome path over the pool, dining area, fridge, a living area outdoors and gas grille within the kitchen.

Ficarras coastal-transitional designs of Deana models feature flooring made of planked wood with some variations of gray and taupe. The color palette made of light-coast colors features coral accents, glass greens, taupe, spa blues and off-whites. The entrance is full of ceiling details and tile flooring with mosaic stones. The study´s ceiling has applied moldings and the same happens to the central hallway. The dining area, kitchen, and the great room feature an open feeling owing to its ceiling full of vaulted beams. The kitchen features halogen lighting under the cabinet, tile backsplash with foam-like colors, granite countertops, white cabinetry and stool seating. The base price of the Deana floor plan is $1.2 million.

Catania models feature 3,109 square feet, two stories, four baths, dining area, three bedrooms, island kitchen, golf cart storage and garage for two cars. Its outdoor living facilities include a kitchen, gas grill, fridge, lanai, spa, pool, fire pit for natural gas and a sitting area. Ficarra has designed very clean models which are perfect for the atmosphere usually found in the lifestyle of Il Corso´s villages. The color pallet features dark wood tones, grays, navies, browns and off-whites.

The entrance features tray ceilings with a double step, a great room and main hallway. Its island kitchen features quartz countertops by Pompeii, stainless steel appliances by Viking, light-gray-finish cabinetry in the perimeter, a detail resembling a dropped ceiling over the island and walk-in pantry. A bench seating, four chairs and rectangular table are part of a cutout that is placed in the dining area. The base price of the Catania floor plan is $1.5 million. These models have all the amenities required for the life of luxuxy you have always dreamed of.

A World Of Possibilities Making the Impossible Possible

A standard villa at Il Corso features marble and/or granite countertops, drinking system by Culligan, natural gas cook tops, Viking appliances, custom front doors, carpeted bedrooms, fixtures water faucets by Kohler, porcelain tile flooring within the living areas, hot on-demand water heaters, air conditioning of high efficiency and a security system. Distinctive Communities has developed the Project with close association with Artisan Associates. Marketing and sales have been handled by John R. Wood Properties’s JRW Developer Resources, which is the selected representative for Distinctive Communities.

Charity Water

Charity Water similar to a few non-profit organizations focuses on providing safe and clean drinking water to those living in developing nations. The organization was founded in the year 2006 and has since helped over 6,611 different projects within 20 countries. This has all been able to help benefit over 2,545,000 people worldwide. As of Jan. 15, 2012, the organization was able to raise over $40 million for this great cause and is continuously providing quality drinking water to people in need.

The organization is based in the US (New York City), and has been using social media and mainstream platforms as a means to further raise awareness of this issue. They run yearly galas and charity events that are arranged via Twitter. Their initiative has already received donations from 300,000 different people with over 800 volunteers, 10 interns, and 20 full time staff members. They are a thriving organization that continues to inspire and bring hope into the world. They have now spent over $55 million on 9,000 individual water projects in 22 different countries from Malawi to Rawanda, and so fourth.

Charity Water was founded by Scott Harrison who was a New York club promoter who worked in that line of business for over 10 years. In the year of 2004, he was committed for 2 years of his life to help marginalize through various volunteering services in Mercy Ships and in Liberia. From his experiences, Scott discovered the various issues involving, safety, health, and education in countless countries around the world. But what truly made an impact on him was the lack of fresh clean water as well as basic sanitation systems in these rural areas. He then began to educate himself on what he could to really help support this cause. Now, this organization that was just once a dream is thriving as one of the most successful charities that focus on this pressing issue and to think it all started from a selfless idea.

Charity Water is not the only organization out there dedicated to getting water to all people. Recently, Equity Realty in Naples, Florida donated money for a water well project that brings sustainable water to people in need in Africa.

Leave a Reply