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Jupiter Tequesta New Waterfront Homes Surrounded by Nature at Old Cypress Pointe 561-339-7003

Old Cypress Pointe is a luxury gated enclave of 12 homes surrounded by nature and golf courses

JUPITER TEQUESTA, Fla., May 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Tequesta New Waterfront Homes in a private luxury enclave surrounded by Nature - Old Cypress Pointe, a gated twelve home community. 561-339-7003; Seiss Real Estate

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Seiss Real Estate is proud to announce the new community of luxury homes Old Cypress Pointe,  on the north fork of the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter Tequesta. Next to the Riverbend Golf and Country Club, Turtle Creek Country Club and Tequesta Golf and Country Club, which is now re-designing it's golf course by Tom Fazio. A great improvement and welcome by the many PGA Pro players and celebrities living in Tequesta.

Old Cypress Pointe is across the river from the Islands of Jupiter, just minutes to the sandbar and Atlantic Ocean by boat and  just minutes in the other direction by paddleboard or kayak to the vast area of Jonathan Dickinson State Park  where you can explore new places for days at a time. The neighborhood is rich in wild life with deer, Owls, egrets and many wading birds. A paradise for outdoors lovers and perfect relaxing retreat for busy executives. Once you are on your way home on Island drive you feel the calming effect of  nature soothing your body and mind.

The location is perfect, just two miles down Tequesta Drive to shopping, restaurants, entertainment and beach or a few minutes down Island Drive to the interstate I-95 and Turnpike. Tequesta is a village with a small town feel, part in Palm Beach County, part in Martin County. Old Cypress Pointe, located in Martin County where taxes are lower,  has five direct waterfront homes with private docks and preserves, and 8 non waterfront homes which  have one private dock for water access by boat and for fishing, or just to launch your kayak or paddleboard to explore nature on the calm waters of the Loxahatchee River. Tequesta has many waterfront homes and luxury real estate but very few new waterfront  homes because the waterfront has been built up many years ago.

The homes range from 3000 square feet to nearly 7000 square feet of living space, have a modern design with clean lines, chefs kitchen with Viking gas range, open living areas and all possible upgrades. Large outdoor areas with summer kitchens, pools and lots of privacy. The developer inspired by many years living in Europe, has created a new fresh design of easy living in a luxury environment.

Realtor Anton Seiss states "It is not easy to find a new waterfront home in a luxury surrounding in Tequesta because the waterfront areas have been built out a long time ago. It is even more difficult to find a reasonable priced ne home in the area". These homes are offered at a similar price as 10 to 15 year old homes, have more amenities, top od the line finishes and  and superior building quality. A real bargain for the affluent buyer.

For more listings go to http://www.seissrealestate.com  or http://www.jupiterflrealestateforsale.com

Call 561-339-7003

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: http://youtu.be/jSZlZ2PoW9s

Media Contact: Anton Seiss Seiss Real Estate, 561-339-7003, [email protected]

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