Royal Oak Launches Phase 2 Home Sales in Groveland

The second phase in Eagle Point, a luxury community planned in Groveland, FL, has started selling recently. The developer, Royal Oak Homes is a family-owned home builder, the successor of Cambridge Homes which has built more than 14,000 homes in Central Florida over the past 30 years. Founded in 2011, the Royal Oak Homes arm is now one of the most active home builders in the Orlando area, building in 17 active communities in the region.

The second phase of homes Eagle Point, a luxury community planned in Groveland, has recently started selling.

Located just off Silver Eagle Road and C.R. 565A in Groveland, the first phase of Eagle Point includes 127 home sites, 34 of them located on the waterfront. Royal Oak Homes plans to construct a total of 310 homes with prices ranging from $170,000 to upwards of $270,000, said Matt Orosz, the firm’s co-president, in a statement.

The homes will feature three to six bedrooms and two to four baths. Eight one- and two-story floor plans will be available, ranging in size from approximately 1,695 square feet to 3,237 square feet. Two decorated model homes are open for viewing.

Royal Oak Homes is a family-owned firm and the successor of Cambridge Homes, which has built more than 14,000 homes in Central Florida over the past 30 years. Founded in 2011, Royal Oak ranks among the Orlando area’s most active home builders and is currently working in 17 communities.

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