New Home Designs at Del Webb Lakewood Ranch

One of Del Webb\'s new models in Lakewood Ranch.
One of Del Webb's new models in Del Webb at Lakewood Ranch.
One of Del Webb’s new models in Lakewood Ranch.

Interested buyers looking for new home designs within a 55+ community in Southwest Florida should visit Del Webb Lakewood Ranch. This active adult community has a wide selection of distinct attached villas as well as single-family homes from Del Webb’s Garden Series starting in the mid $200s.

Homebuyers can discover two low-maintenance, attached villas. The Serenity floor plan offers 1,542 square feet and the new Cressida model offers 1,579 square feet. Each attached villa offers two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Some of the home features include one-story living, open layouts, spacious gathering rooms, flex rooms, and plenty of customizable options.

Del Webb Lakewood Ranch also offers several single-family home designs that cater to homeowners who want more living space. Buyers can choose from a variety of designs, some of which include popular designs from Del Webb’s Garden Series like Steel Creek (1,372 square feet), Taft Street (1,433 square feet), and Crestview (1,512 square feet). Single-family homes offer two to four bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, and attached two to three-car garages.

Single-family homes typically feature formal entry ways, open layouts, gathering rooms, kitchens with large islands, master suites with walk-in closets, and outdoor living areas. Del Webb Lakewood Ranch is an active adult community located within the 17,500-acre master-planned development of Lakewood Ranch in Manatee County, Florida. Upon completion, this 55-plus community will have a total of 1,300 residences built by Del Webb.

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