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3 Home Styles You Should Check Out


Once you’ve made the decision to move into a brand-new home, it’s time to determine what type of home you’d like. Maybe you’re downsizing and want a comfortable home with enough space for you and your spouse. Or, perhaps your family is expanding, and you’d like more living space. Check out the highlights of some of the most appealing home styles we have available.

3 Home Styles You Should Check Out Clipper ImageThe Clipper

Have you been thinking about downsizing? If so, the Clipper is well worth a look. This condo has 1590 square feet of space with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. If you and your spouse have an empty nest and want to live in a single-level home, the Clipper is a great option.

A Cozy Family Room

Watching TV, reading or listening to music are activities made even more enjoyable in the family room of the Clipper. This large, airy room is located in the middle of the home with a bedroom on both ends, so you can enjoy a meeting area as well as plenty of privacy.

A Master Suite

The master bedroom is both big and cozy. As a bonus, enjoy your own private porch. The master bath has soft lighting, double sinks and a walk-in shower.

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More highlights of the Clipper:

  • Granite counter tops in the kitchen
  • A porch on the main floor
  • A mudroom for coats, boots and more!

3 Home Styles You Should Check Out Schooner ImageThe Schooner

Perhaps you have just one or two teenage children who are about to move out on their own. Or, you're thinking of downsizing, but you don’t want to downsize too much. The Schooner has a master bedroom and two other large bedrooms. This design allows the members of a smaller family to have their own space.

A Front and Back Porch

Think of all the fun activities you could enjoy on your porches! Sharing meals with family, watching movies, playing board games or simply sitting down to chat. The Schooner model has a front and back porch, so you have plenty of options for game night.

A Pleasant Dining Room

The informal dining room in the Schooner model is an ideal setting for weeknight dinners. The windows open onto a lovely view and offer a supply of soft natural light.

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More highlights of the Schooner model:

  • A kitchen island with breakfast bar
  • Dependable GE stainless steel kitchen appliances
  • Custom ceramic tile in the master bathroom

3 Home Styles You Should Check Out Charleston Place ImageThe Charleston Place II

If you're looking for just the right amount of space for you and your family, the Charleston Place II is for you! This home features 2,841 square feet of living space, breathtaking 2-story high ceilings and a cozy fireplace in the family room.

Kitchen and Dining

The gourmet kitchen is definitely a highlight in the Charleston Place II model. With an island and sink, stainless-steel appliances by GE and granite counter tops, the kitchen is sure to be a popular place for family members to eat, chat or hang out. The dining room is big enough for a large table for your family as well as for formal dinners with your guests.

So Many Bedrooms

The spacious master bedroom on the main floor will give you all the privacy you've been looking for. Relax in your spa-like ensuite with custom shower and double vanity sinks. Your children or elderly parents will have their choice between three more bedrooms on the second floor all with convenient access to a full bathroom.

Bonus Room

If you're needing even more space for family or guests, the bonus room can serve as a quiet area to get away from the hustle and bustle of the main floor or a play space for small children. The best part is that this space even has a closet, so you can easily make it into a fifth bedroom!

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Other features to consider:

  • Open-floor concept
  • Large U-shaped pantry
  • A fully-equipped laundry room in a convenient location
  • Two-car garage

When it comes to choosing a home style, it’s best to give some thought to your current and future needs. That way, you can choose a home that’ll serve your family’s needs for many years to come. Contact us today - we'd be happy to answer any questions you may have and match you with the right home!

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Originally published July 10, 2019