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Copperleaf

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Developer sold out
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904 Southwest Scrub Oak Avenue, Palm City, FL
Single Family Home
- Units
3 - 4 Bedrooms
Complete
2923 - 3348 SqFt
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Overview

Copperleaf is a new single family home community By Pulte Homes at 904 Southwest Scrub Oak Avenue, Palm City. Copperleaf unit sizes range from 2923 to 3348 square feet.
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Copperleaf details

Building Type:Single Family Home
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Pulte Homes
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Copperleaf marketing summary

With innovative home designs, resort-style amenities, and a location within highly sought-after Martin County School District, Copperleaf is the perfect place to call home. This vibrant community features a clubhouse, heated resort pool, and tot lot. Situated on 1/3 acre homesites, our single-family home designs include elegant architectural exteriors, spacious gathering areas perfect for entertaining, and functional spaces for managing your busy home life.
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Last update: Aug 21, 2020
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