Sunbridge Builder Spotlight: Toll Brothers
Welcome to the Sunbridge Builder Spotlight Series: A look at the best-in-class builders turning our vision of Living Florida into reality. These homes blend classic Florida architecture with innovative and energy-efficient upgrades; in this piece, we take a deep dive into the Toll Brothers’ top-of-the-line homes.
Toll Brothers—a publicly-traded FORTUNE 500 Company with more than 50 years of experience crafting luxury homes—makes excellence a daily habit.
Toll Brothers was named the World’s Most Admired Homebuilder in FORTUNE magazine’s 2022 survey of the World’s Most Admired Companies® seven times, has been honored as national Builder of the Year by BUILDER magazine, and was twice named national Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine. The Company sets impeccable standards from coast to coast with homes in over 60 markets and 24 states. And still, Toll Brothers knows Florida, with properties in more than nine Sunshine State cities.
Touting expertise that bleeds into a wide array of distinct architectural styles, each and every Toll Brothers home is outfitted to fit your lifestyle; the luxury of choice is universal, beginning with a hands-on Design Studio experience, guided by a personal design consultant.
With a dedication to building homes in the most desired locations, they’ll fit right in at Sunbridge, where the community thrives in harmony with the lush natural landscape.
Here in Weslyn Park, they offer homes exclusively built on 60-foot lots, with five floorplans available: the Ivey, Larue, Bunnell, Davey, and Glen. Starting in the $600,000s and ranging up to six bedrooms, these homes are built to grow with you—featuring solar power as standard, three-car garage space, spa-like bathrooms, and expansive flex space to fit your needs.
Home Plans 5
Floors 1-2 Stories
Price Range Begin $600,000s
We’re proud to work with some of the region’s best and most respected builders—Toll Brothers brings a proven track record of award-winning standards to our community, where Florida’s natural environment thrives in lockstep with Metro Orlando.