Monterey Bay, Historic Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Courses Backdrop for Luxury Residences
(SEASIDE, CA) — Cypress Grove Realty announces the opening of The Enclave at Cypress Grove, the first phase of a 400-acre planned, residential golf resort community on the Monterey Peninsula’s Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Courses.
The Enclave at Cypress Grove offers homebuyers 29 custom home sites, ranging in size from 12,000 to 20,000 square feet and featuring ocean or golf views. The gated, luxury resort community provides residents convenient proximity to an abundance of dining, shopping and area attractions. It is minutes away from Monterey Bay, Cannery Row, The Monterey Bay Aquarium, numerous outdoor sports, vineyards and tasting rooms.
“We’re excited to offer homebuyers the chance they’ve been waiting for to build the home of their dreams with golf or bay views,” says Dick Fitzgerald, project manager for The Enclave at Cypress Grove. “We’ve labored over the planning and execution of this resort community and believe the Monterey Bay area and homebuyers are going to be blown away by the spectacular results.”
Thanks to a $14 million renovation completed in 2008, 36-hole Bayonet Black Horse offers the challenge and natural beauty every discerning golfer craves.
Golf course architect Gene Bates collaborated with Cypress Grove’s partners to create a world-class golf experience. To the delight of golf enthusiasts, Bates maintained the integrity of Bayonet’s challenging layout while masterfully improving Black Horse with a complementary design.
Residents of The Enclave at Cypress Grove will enjoy preferred golf course use without the hassle of obligatory dues. The Residential Golf Membership offers preferred tee times, reduced fees and discounts on food, beverages and merchandise.
Renowned local architect Eric Miller, favored for his ability to balance a client’s desire with a community’s aesthetic, is the featured residential architect, but buyers may choose their own architect and builder for their luxury home. Comprehensive design guidelines aim to enhance the community’s overall and home values by paying close attention to detailed architectural and design standards.
A list of local, experienced, quality builders, knowledgeable about The Enclave’s design guidelines and home sites, is available upon request.
Cypress Grove has planned a 330-room resort and spa, 125 single-family home sites, featuring panoramic golf and bay views, and 170 condominiums. Adjacent to Cypress Grove’s gated community lies more than 20,000 acres of public open space with trails and a regional bike path system.
Chris Pryor is the director of sales for The Enclave at Cypress Grove. Pryor formerly worked with the Santa Lucia Preserve, another prestigious golf community development in nearby Carmel.
To learn more about the golf course community or preview custom home sites, please email email@example.com or call 831.394.5600. For more information about Bayonet Black Horse, visit www.bayonetblackhorse.com.
About Seaside Resort Development / Cypress Grove Realty
Seaside Resort Development is the developer of The Enclave at Cypress Grove. Its principals boast more than 50 combined years of custom home community development experience in California, New Mexico and Arizona. Cypress Grove Realty is the listing agency and an affiliate of Carmel Realty.
About Bayonet Black Horse
Built in the 1950s by the military and designed by U.S. Army Gen. Robert B. McClure, Bayonet Black Horse has hosted numerous PGA TOUR, Nationwide Tour and Champions Tour events. Following the closing of Fort Ord Military Base, the courses were sold to the City of Seaside in 1997. Seaside Resort Development acquired lease rights to the courses in 2005 as part of a planned luxury, resort community. A $14 million renovation of the 36-hole facility by award-winning golf course architect Gene Bates was completed in 2008.
Getting There: The Monterey Peninsula Airport offers commercial and charter air service, including direct flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Phoenix and Las Vegas. San Jose International Airport and San Francisco International Airport serve the area and are one and two hours north of Bayonet Black Horse, respectively.
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