The Outlook at Twenty Mile Real Estate in Nocatee, FL
The Outlook at Twenty Mile is one of several neighborhoods in Nocatee’s Twenty Mile. Home prices average around $600,000 for the premium lots/homes and mid $500,000s for the interior lots/homes. David Weekley, Providence and Cal Atlantic are some of the builders, and they all offer beautiful open floor plans with loads of finish selections.
The lots in The Outlook tend to be more spacious with the executive series usually measure 70 feet by 150 feet. Water lots carry a premium, as do certain preserve lots.
The home elevations are one and two stories with a craftsman, coastal style about them.
Average square footage for the homes in The Outlook is around 3500 square feet.
The new builds are going up quickly. Oftentimes it’s better to look at resales if you can find one with the finishes you like. Construction prices continue to rise, and the gently used homes typically have additional features you don’t necessarily calculate into your bottom line when building new, like gutters, blinds, water softeners, and garage buildouts.
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