New Homes Available in Twin Eagles

Stock Signature Homes have eight signature homes that are located at the Twin Eagles private country club in the North Naples community.

The sales and marketing vice president for Stock Development, Claudine Léger-Wetzel, revealed about the expansion of its offerings at the Wicklow and Hedgestone neighbourhoods. He also mentioned three exquisite and furnished models ready and tagged with attractive terms for leasing, three more undergoing constructions and expected to be completed by fall, and two others that are set for construction beginning next month.

One of the models at Hedgstone is known as Muirfield IV. It has four bedrooms and a study. The three and one-half-bath home has 3333squared feet under air and 4901squared feet as the total. It includes an attached garage for three cars and a lanai, screened and covered. It has a great design, room-style, which includes a rather formal dining room and a study as well. The price tag on the Muirfield is $1,405,000.
Another of the models is called the Greenbriar. Some of the furnished SSH features include three bedrooms, all with bathrooms. It has 2949 ft. squared under air and a whopping 4417 ft. squared for the total, including a garage large enough for three cars and a lanai, covered and screened. The open design of the Greenbriar is ideal for both informal and formal living. The tag price is $1,154,220.

The third model is known as Ponte Vedra Grande. It has four bedrooms and a study. The four and one-half-bath home has 3525 ft. squared under air and a total of 5116 ft. squared. That includes a garage with a capacity of three cars, a lanai and an outdoor grill. The family room and the more formal dining and living rooms are located conveniently off the island-style large kitchen. The price of the entire home is $1,457,980.

Stock is known for standards with features packages that are extraordinary. All of their homes have feature these packages. In 2013, it was named Builder of the Year by the Collier Building Industry Association. This was a second time win within a span of five years. It also secured a spot this year in the nationwide list of BUILDER 100

The exclusive Estate and Hedgestone areas of development presents a lot of space in the lush terrain of TwinEagle, to build new homes having abundant amenities, floor plans that are flexible, and a wide variety of color and materials to choose from so as to meet the different tastes. The prices for Stock’s homes range from high $500s

The community amenities of Twin Eagles include a fitness center and a brand new swimming pool. An elegant clubhouse of 47000 square feet, chickee bar, sunning deck and a stunning view of a lake tops up as icing on the cake.

Devastating Effects of Hurricane Odile

Out of all the hurricanes to hit the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, hurricane Odile is the worst so far. The 125 mph winds of the category 3 storm blew all over the place, causing severe damage to buildings and people. It is estimated that around 11 inches of rain were experienced in a span of just one hour. This was reported by Nick Wiltgen who is a meteorologist for The Weather Channel. This is quite shocking since the average annual rainfall of the region is 13 inches. Receiving 11 inches in an hour must have been very devastating. There is a possibility that the readings were inaccurate due to damage to the equipments but the fact remains that unusually heavy rainfall was experienced.

Tourists who were being accommodated at the Cabo San Lucas resorts and the locals nearby experienced the devastating effects of the storm. There was flooding at the hotels and windows were shattered by the harsh winds that blew across the region. Some parts of the hotel even collapsed resulting in a huge loss. Although the scope of the damage has not yet been assessed, the scene of the aftermath of the storm gives evidence that severe damage was caused both physically and emotionally. Some people sustained injuries from flying objects such as shattered pieces of glass.

Various people have described what was going on during the storm and from their experiences, it is clear that the ordeal was terrifying and they were deeply affected. Josh Morgerman, a storm chaser in California witnessed his lobby at the Cabo hotel bursting in a heap of rubble. It was so bad that he had to look for an escape route and he finally made it out safely through running, scampering and crawling. Deneb Poli who is a medical worker at the Hotel Melia Cabo Real described the damage as pretty extensive. A nurse from Alabama named Chelsea Ballenberger gave a more detailed description of what she experienced. She was staying at La Paz city. When her room was flooded, she decided to move to the bathroom. Shortly after she went to the bathroom, the windows of the room were shattered and the loud passing wind could be heard everywhere. She describes the ordeal as one of the scariest things she has been through.

The direction of the storm was heading upwards the peninsula on Tuesday. However, its strength is expected to decrease and hopefully, less damage will be caused. The Mexican authorities had already started evacuating people in coastal areas and shelters for 30,000 people were already put in place.