Babcock Ranch is very excited to announce that their first homeowners, Richard and Robin Kinley, moved into their new home on
January 4, 2018!
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Just dozens of steps from Babcock Neighborhood School is an ideal next stop for kids — an ice cream parlor tucked into Slater’s Goods & Provisions. Square Scoops offers 16 flavors of ice cream plus banana splits and sundaes in a shop overlooking Founder’s Square.
Babcock Ranch is a burgeoning community fueled by solar power. It’s an outdoor adventure destination with trails and lakes set among a mosaic of oak hammocks and dry prairie, palmetto flatwoods and cypress domes. It’s also a foodie oasis with its gourmet Table & Tap restaurant and Slater’s market.
The Lakehouse at Lake Timber is the first of many neighborhood gathering places we’re creating at Babcock Ranch. Each neighborhood will have its own amenity center –great places provided exclusively for residents to enjoy time neighbors, family and friends. Take a dip in the luxury pool. host a family reunion. gather your neighbors for a cookout – and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Farm-to-table is not just a trend for Babcock Ranch – it’s a lifestyle. The restaurant is modeled after farm-to-table dining and we want our residents to be able to have their own farm-to-table experience. Community gardens within each neighborhood provide space for residents to grow their own veggies, herbs and more.
When asked how the chef prepares school lunches, “My approach is clean, healthy prepared foods — nothing processed, fresh vegetables from the garden,” Chef Howze said. “It’s a real simple approach. Just healthy and local.” Chef Howze
Lennar is teed up to bring golf to babcock Ranch!
Although it’s too early to name the exact size of the community, Lennar said there could be 900-1,100 homes on hundreds of acres.
The golf course will be semi-private, meaning that Babcock National neighborhood residents will have first dibs on the course. When open tee times are available, other members of the public will be able to sign up and play a round.
In 2021, Kitson & Partners will build Crescent B Commons, a shopping center of more than 85,000 square feet to be anchored by a major grocery store chain.
The Commons will be at a new main entrance to Babcock Ranch, about a mile south of the current entrance off State Road 31.
Solara Homes builds homes in a manner that helps preserve nature and live in harmony with it. Their townhomes are designed to make outdoor living accessible and feature large windows, French doors, pools and spas, in-law suite, private courtyard patios and more.
The center offers a vast array of modern, convenient health services and programs that align with the Babcock Ranch vision with a focus on wellness and sustainable living.
Fitness: Stay fit with the state-of-the-art equipment, workout classes, basketball/pickleball courts, and lap pool.
Mind and Body: Pilates, hypnotherapy, brain boosters, and massages will break through barriers and nourish your spirit.
Education: Discover essential ways to prevent chronic conditions, enrich your nutrition knowledge, and uncover truths about hot new trends.
Rehabilitation: Physical therapists provide relief for all kinds of injuries and conditions.
Medical Care: Find a primary care doctor through Lee Physician Group starting in fall 2018: Check-ups, screenings, treatment for illness, and disease management – everything families need to stay healthy.
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With over 700 guests, Babcock Ranch experienced the town from a new perspective. An invitation-only sunrise hot air balloon breakfast was enjoyed at Balloons Over Babcock. Visitors who registered at Babcock Ranch’s Discovery Center in Woodlea Hall received an invitation to special community event, and will continue to be invited throughout the year. They enjoyed live music and light refreshments.