Hamilton Place by Toll Brothers offers all new luxury townhome designs

Hamilton Place by Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, is a gated townhome community offering convenient, low-maintenance living in the heart of Naples.



a kitchen with a dining table: Hamilton Place offers coastal-inspired home designs ranging from 1,900 to over 2,700 square feet and features open-concept living areas and spacious primary bedroom suites.


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Hamilton Place offers coastal-inspired home designs ranging from 1,900 to over 2,700 square feet and features open-concept living areas and spacious primary bedroom suites.

The community is comprised of 66 luxury townhomes with five all-new, coastal-inspired home designs ranging from 1,900 to over 2,700 square feet. Priced from the mid-$300,000s, each floor plan features open-concept living areas and spacious primary bedroom suites. Additionally, a community swimming pool and cabana are opening early this year.

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Home buyers can tour Hamilton Place’s two professionally designed model townhomes, the Ficus and the Mangrove, which showcase the outstanding quality, value, and craftsmanship for which Toll Brothers is known.

The Ficus townhome features a 1,926 square-foot floor plan with three bedrooms, two and one-half baths, and a one-car garage. The open-concept living space is highlighted by a well-equipped kitchen with a large center island and a great room that leads to the covered lanai. Upstairs, the Ficus includes a spacious primary bedroom suite with two walk-in closets and a spa-inspired bath, as well as a

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Al Borland Was Originally a Place Holder on the ’90s Sitcom, But Richard Karn Changed That

In the 1990s, Home Improvement took the world by storm. The series became known for Tim Allen’s stand-up comedy bit about men being ill-equipped cavemen who’s joy in life revolved around power tools. But fans also celebrated the show for the iconic guttural sigh of dads across America and Richard Karn‘s portrayal of Al Borland. Oddly enough, Al almost wasn’t a character on the hilarious ’90s sitcom. 

Tim Allen and Richard Karn
Tim Allen & Richard Karn | Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives

Richard Karn’s career took off after ‘Home Improvement’ 

Home Improvement fans know and love Karn as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor’s (Allen) Tool Time assistant Al Borland, the sensitive guy in touch with his emotions. Allen’s hyper-masculine portrayal of Tim “The Tool Man” made the duo a perfect pair. 

Thanks to Home Improvement‘s success, Karn became a recognizable face, warranting him several commercial deals and guest spots in the 1990s. When Home Improvement ended, Karn continued to work in films and shows like Family Feud and Bingo America

Karn also had roles in the Air Bud franchise, including Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch and MVP: Most Vertical Primate. More recently, Karn appeared in two episodes of 

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