Villaggio Reserve Grows in Popularity in Delray Beach

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The latest resort-style 55+ community is on the rise in Delray Beach.

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Recently, Villaggio Reserve has seen an increase in their popularity in Delray Beach. Not only are more people visiting the community, but they are buying homes as well.

If people driving by Hagen-Ranch Road and Atlantic Avenue had the benefit of time-lapse photography spanning the past few months, they’d see the remarkable rise of Delray Beach’s latest 55+ resort-style community.

They’d witness the grand entrance to Villaggio Reserve, once just the promise of open land, where today, the stone and landscaping create a dramatic presentation befitting this new residential destination. They’d marvel at the emergence of landscaping growing lush and unfolding beneath the nurturing South Florida sky. They’d see winding roadways and ornate lighting – all the ingredients of an architecturally refined and distinctive enclave.

“The vantage from Hagen-Ranch Road is striking, but it provides only a glimpse of what is emerging just past the gates,” said Ron Yuter, senior vice president of Ansca Homes. “From the architectural designs to the landscaping, this is a snapshot of a beautiful and striking community.”

The grand gatehouse and tower are handcrafted of stone, masonry and metal work. Beyond there, the winding, European-style streets are lined and lit by attractive period street lights and way-finding signage that attest to the community’s timeless Spanish-Italian appeal.

Throughout the Villaggio Reserve – from entrance and gatehouse to the streets and model residences – mature trees and palms have taken root. Their shade is growing full in the South Florida sun – the amenity many upscale buyers from across South Florida and the Northeast seek in their luxury Delray Beach residence.

In fact, lush tropical landscaping is a hallmark throughout Villaggio Reserve. Rows of palms stretch from near Hagen-Ranch Road, past the gatehouse and along the entryway. The model homes enjoy the beauty and ecological benefits of landscaping that provides visual and environmental appeal.

Rising nearby will be the Cabana Club Clubhouse, Villaggio Reserve’s 38,000-square-foot town square and lifestyle destination. It is there that residents and guests will enjoy daily living, from dining to activities and athletic pursuits. Billiards, cards or crafts in the multipurpose rooms, swimming in four pools, bocce ball and tennis on the lighted courts – the picture of life well lived will appear at the Cabana Club – and Villaggio Reserve.

Residences at Villaggio Reserve are priced from $270,000 to $400,000. To see the emergence of Delray Beach’s next luxury lifestyle community, visit Villaggio Reserve on Hagen-Ranch Road and Atlantic Avenue or online at or call today at (855) 230-0998. The Sales Center is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday.

About the company:
Villaggio Reserve is a premier community from Ansca Homes. Ansca Homes has grown into a leading Florida home builder proudly led by the experience of Angelo Scardina; his son Charles Scardina, president of the company; his son-in-law Ramsey Akel, vice-president; and his grandson Charles Scardina Jr., representing the next generation. With the vision and resources to continue to create homes and new home communities that feature uncompromising excellence and attention to detail, Ansca Homes continues to lead the way.

The success of Ansca Homes has always been achieved by adhering to basic principles: create the best and the most lifestyle-enhancing homes in both active adult and family communities; build homes of superior quality that provide unsurpassed value and comfort for its customers; and operate the privately-held family business ethically, astutely and insightfully.

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