Recently completed, the community offers five different move-in ready homes available for sale, all starting from the mid $200,000s and low $300,000s. The Summerfield, Centennial Point’s signature townhome, is a three-story home that maximizes space in the most desirable areas of the home, such as the kitchen and family room, while maintaining an open, airy feel that is perfect for hosting friends and family on the weekend. The home includes a one-car garage and optional finished rec area on the ground floor, a spacious kitchen with large center island and oversized living area on the first floor and three bedrooms along with plenty of storage space and two full baths, making this the perfect home for the young professional, families and empty nesters alike. Choose from a variety of different finishes and upgrades including the popular amenities most of the homes include such as hardwood flooring, upgraded stainless steel appliances and 9’ ceilings. Read More
Despite the fact that the first floor master tops many home buyers’ request lists, the need tends to be overlooked by builders in general. And ranch homes? Forget it. They are nearly impossible to find in most home builders’ neighborhoods.
While it may be a mystery to customers in general, those with a construction background are able to understand the reasoning more. The ability to build a quality ranch home at an affordable price is difficult if you don’t start with superior building practices to begin with. Poured concrete foundation, 2×6 exterior construction, OSB sheathing and other products that exceed code standards are a necessity for ranch homes given their much larger footprint and design structure.
For a production based builder, this can mean circumventing their normal system and building outside the box, something that slows down their cycle time and requires more skilled labor. But for a builder with custom roots and a commitment to quality, including these items is already a standard practice, thereby making it far easier to meet customer demand by building ranch homes. Read More