Lost Tree Village

Lost Tree Village in North Palm Beach Florida 33408

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Lost Tree Village is a unique pristine community built by the famous developer E Llwyd Ecclestone. Lost Tree Village is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal waterway and sits in the middle of Mc Arthur State Park in beautiful North Palm Beach Florida. Lost Tree Village is filled with lush tropical landscape and sits upon 450 acres of an array of exquisite custom built French residences. Lost Tree Village consist of: Estate Homes, Golf Cottages, English Country side Club Suites and Condominiums. Ranging from 1200 up to 13,000 square feet. Each Estate home offers wide variety of settings from: ocean, lake, intracoastals to panoramic views of its exceptional 18 hole golf course. Each Lost Tree Village residence enjoys: dedicated beach access, with private beach club offering Lunch, dinner, pool side cocktails, full service health club and day spa facilities, professional 18 hole golf course designed and created by Mark Mc Mahon and Jack Nicklaus, 24 hour manned private security and boating that can accommodate up to 100 foot vessel.

WSJ.com: Real Estate

6/10/2015 7:34:02 PM

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