55+ Brand Spotlight: K. Hovnanian’s Four Seasons

Which Four Seasons community is right for you?

Conceived as a division of K. Hovnanian’s Four Seasons has seen consistent popularity thanks to its number of top-notch features. This includes both its long list of resort-style amenities as well as its great selection of social clubs and activities to join. Below, we’re taking a look at just some of the most popular Four Seasons communities that are currently out there.

Four Seasons at The Lakes of Cane Bay – Summerville, SC

Low $200s – Mid $500s

One of Four Seasons latest offerings, Four Seasons at The Lakes of Cane Bay was opened in 2015 and has been a prime destination ever since. Located in the Charleston area of South Carolina as part of the Cane Bay Plantation master-planned community, Four Seasons at The Lakes of Cane Bay looks to offer 800 modern homes ranging from 1,320 to 2,626 square feet and including two bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and two to three-car garages.

Amenity-wise, the community will include a 20,000 square-foot clubhouse where residents will find an assortment of resort-style features to explore. The building will include a state-of-the-art fitness center with an indoor pool. Outdoors, residents will find even more, including an outdoor pool, pickleball, bocce ball, and tennis courts, and miles of walking trails. As its name implies, Four Seasons at The Lakes of Cane Bay includes a fishing and boating lake, serving as the perfect spot during the warmer months.

Four Seasons at Hemet – Hemet, CA

Mid $200s – Mid $400s

Located in the heart of Southern California, Four Seasons at Hemet is a 1,106-home active adult community that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Surrounded by the San Jacinto Mountains, Four Seasons at Hemet was started in 2003 and completed in 2011. Residents can choose from 12 single-family floor plans. each ranging from 1,444 to 2,775 square feet. Each home features single-level living as well as a two-car garage that comes in a variety of exterior choices and styles. Most homes allow for upgrades like granite countertops and tile or hardwood flooring. 

For entertainment, residents can turn to The Lodge, Four Seasons at Hemet’s 14,859 square-foot clubhouse. Inside, residents can find a state-of-the-art fitness center, a bistro, an aerobics studio, a ballroom, a movie theater, a library, and more. Additionally, there’s also a full-time activities director who will work with residents to help them join any of the over two-dozen clubs and interest groups offered.

Outdoors features even more to do. A resort-style pool and spa are popular spots during the warmer months, while two tennis courts, pickleball, bocce ball, and shuffleboard courts allow residents to engage in some friendly competition with their neighbors. For golfers, the 18-hole Hemet Golf Course isn’t to be missed and includes a pro-shop, a driving range, and a putting green.

Four Seasons at Monroe – Monroe, NJ

Low $400sfour seaons  – Mid $500s

For those seeking a more intimate community, Four Seasons at Monroe is a great community to check out. Featuring just 149 single-family homes, Four Seasons at Monroe aims to combine the best of suburban living with a close proximity to big-city attractions. Offering five floor plans to choose from, homes range from 1,540 to 2,110 square feet and include two bedrooms, two to two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two to three-car garage. Each home also includes features like built-in pantry closets, granite countertops, and dramatically tall ceilings.

At the heart of the community is the 5,600 square-foot clubhouse. Filled with meeting rooms, a demonstration kitchen, a fitness center, and a game room, the clubhouse seeks to be the perfect place for residents to come together and meet new friends. Outside, there are plenty of ways to stay active as well thanks to the tennis, pickleball, and bocce ball courts. Meanwhile, golfers can practice their short game at the putting green. Or, if you’re looking to take things easier, a gazebo is great for sitting out and relaxing with friends while overlooking the pool, patio, and spa areas.

Four Seasons at Orlando – Kissimmee, FL

Mid $200s – High $300s

Last but not least is Four Seasons at Orlando. Located in Kissimmee, Florida, Four Seasons at Orlando began construction in 2017 with plans of building 530 single-family homes upon completion. The community offers 11 floor plans that range from 1,428 to 2,328 square feet of living space. Each home includes anywhere from two or three bedrooms, two to two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two or two-and-a-half-car garage. All homes have large open floor plans with master suites and walk-in closets. Some homes also include options for extended lanals and sliding glass doors.

The 14,000 square-foot clubhouse is the central hub of Four Seasons at Orlando. Here, residents can sit with friends and neighbors and enjoy the game rooms, meeting spaces, and the state-of-the-art fitness center and movement studio. The amenities continue outdoors with a pool and patio to relax. Walking and biking paths surround the area while pickleball, tennis, and bocce ball courts are nearby as well. Golfers will take solace in knowing that nearby is the Mystic Dunes Golf Club, an 18-hole championship golf course.

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