TARPON SPRINGS - Callista Cay, a new Tarpon Springs luxury townhome development, is now taking reservations for its 62 units.
"These beautiful waterfront modern-Mediterranean townhomes have many special amenities, beginning with a location that's only a short jaunt by car or boat to the historic Tarpon sponge docks, galleries and restaurants," said Tanya Traviesa of RealWorks, Inc., the exclusive sales representative for the project.
She said one of the most attractive features of living at Callista Cay is the 1,000+ feet of private waterfront boardwalk. In addition, there will be a community dock and slips to accommodate fishing boats up to 23 feet. The development's location on a canal joining Whitcomb Bayou, just off the Anclote River, allows for leisurely water exploration by canoe or kayak. In fact, it was the canal itself that reminded the developers of the romantic canals and architecture of Venice, leading to the Mediterranean design of the property.
Located at 400 Meres Blvd., the townhomes are being offered by Tampa Bay area developer Deacon Wright and will range from 2,300 square feet to 2,600 square feet with prices starting in the mid $400,000's. Each four-level residence in the gated community will have a two-car garage on the first story with a private elevator, living space on the second and third stories, and a private rooftop terrace.
"Callista Cay homeowners will find in this unique and charming townhome development an abundance of personal privacy because each residence has several private outdoor living areas," Traviesa said.
In addition to the rooftop terrace, homes have a lanai and balconies on each upper level.
Callista Cay townhomes also include top-of-the-line interior details, such as imported tile, 10-foot ceilings, granite countertops, plush carpet and a spa-like master bath.
"I have no doubt that this will be the most desirable place to live in Tarpon Springs," she said.
For information about Callista Cay, call 727-943-9999 or visit the website at www.callistacay.com to join the preferred mailing list.
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