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    Samuel Taylor Homes Joins New Homes Division

    Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida announced today that Samuel Taylor Homes, a quality homebuilder based in Panama City Beach, will join its roster of elite builder partners in the agency’s New Homes Division. Initial Bay County projects to be exclusively marketed by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida will include residences built by Samuel Taylor Homes in new phases of Breakfast Point and SweetBay along with Sunrise at EastBay.

    Breakfast Point

    Locally owned and operated, Samuel Taylor Homes has been answering the high demand for housing in Bay County since 2011 and takes pride in building exceptional new homes with details and amenities customers want. With a philosophy rooted in great communication, every home is designed and constructed with quality craftsmanship and materials, and a keen understanding of the homeowner’s needs and wishes.

    “Samuel Taylor Homes is a natural fit for the core mission of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida New Homes Division,” said Lisa Jones, Senior Vice President of Builder/Developer Sales at the brokerage. “We are dedicated to strategic development of new home opportunities in Northwest Florida in premier developments that provide value and satisfaction for our homebuyers. We look forward to working with Samuel Taylor Homes on these exciting new offerings for Bay County customers.”

    Samuel Taylor Homes has broken ground on homes within the first 37 lots in Phase 2 of SweetBay in Panama City. Pricing starts in the high $290,000s with nine floor plans available. St. Andrew Bay Land Company, developer of SweetBay, is actively developing additional lots to meet the demand of buyers seeking to live in the amenity-rich community. Growth continues for Samuel Taylor Homes in the coveted Breakfast Point community, developed by The St. Joe Company. Homes have now been released for sale in Phase 4 of this Panama City Beach community with pricing starting in the high $290,000s and eight available floor plans. Located in Callaway, 12 minutes from both Tyndall Air Force Base and Panama City, Sunrise at EastBay offers homeowners Old Florida charm and the ability to enjoy a waterfront lifestyle at a price that is easily within reach. Samuel Taylor Homes has designed and built the first 20 homes in the community with pricing in the high $170,000s for two- to four-bedroom models.

    SweetBay

    “Each of these communities offer their own unique amenity offerings, nature trails, and community parks in addition to a variety of recreation activities and local festivals in the surrounding areas,” said Janet Melton, Sales Director joining the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida New Homes Division.

    “We put the customer at the center of our planning process to create homes that truly meet the needs of today’s buyers,” said Matt Brandman, part owner of Samuel Taylor Homes. “The homes we’ve just completed are exactly what those buyers want, and we were able to keep the prices within the range they demanded.”

    Sunrise at EastBay

    Samuel Taylor Homes joins an impressive roster of builder/developer partners at the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida New Homes Division. Since its inception in 2011, the New Homes Division has registered over $1 billion in new home sales, selling approximately 30% of the local new construction market with a dedicated marketing and operations team along with highly experienced on-site sales specialists. This outstanding reputation and robust sales performance are reflected in alliances with renowned area developers such as The St. Joe Company, Kolter Homes, Huff Homes, Romair Homes, and many more.


    Contact us for more information on available homes in Breakfast Point, SweetBay, and Sunrise at EastBay.

    912.220.1716 | WestBaySales@bpfla.com

     

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