Getting the ‘hole’ picture about golf villas
D.R. HORTON, SCHULER HOMES has announced a new development of golf course adjacent homes in the historic Ewa Villages community. Golf Villas at Lokahi Greens will consist of 54 three-, fourand five-bedroom single-family homes sited along the Ewa Villages Golf Course. D. R. Horton, Schuler Homes Vice President/Sales and Marketing Mary Flood says the proximity of numerous shopping and dining options together with the golf course frontage are expected to attract buyers ready to move up to single-family homes.
“We are currently offering three floor plans,” Flood says. “Our two, two-story floor plans range in size from 1,573 to 1,866 square feet. The single-level home is 1,613 square feet. We also have a plan that includes a fourth bedroom on the ground floor.
“These are well-designed, well-built homes that will be an excellent value with prices starting in the low $600,000s.”
She points out that families who buy at Golf Villas at Lokahi Greens would benefit from the “Homesave” program featuring such energy-efficient and eco-friendly technologies as cross ventilation, low flow plumbing, instant hot water and PV readiness. They will be built with steel framing and hurricane tie downs.
“Our designers always strive for excellence in craftsman-ship, and after-sales service is a priority with D. R. Horton,” she adds.
Golf Villas is conveniently located between Kapolei and Ewa, both communities that offer numerous options in schools, recreational facilities and shopping, including Home Depot, Lowe’s and Target. Eateries run the gamut from fine dining to fast food. The Ko Olina Resort is about four miles from the new Ewa Villages golf course development. In Ewa, Laulani Village is now open with anchoring tenants Safe-way, Ross, Petco and Walgreens, plus a variety of ethnic restaurants.
“We expect to get an enthusiastic response to our new offering from golfers who will appreciate the convenience of this well-maintained municipal golf course literally at their front door,” Flood says. “With 6,455 yards of golf from the longest tees, many consider it challenging. It’s been referred to as the ‘toughest rated course of the five 18-hole layouts and among the better courses on the island.’ Whether or not golf is a big priority in your lifestyle, golf courses always add a great expanse of green space to a neighborhood, generally protected in perpetuity from further development.”