Barclay Floor Plan

Starting from $561,990

Barclay Highlights

  • Three finished levels
  • Large kitchen with center island and breakfast area opening to the Great Room
  • Formal living room and dining area
  • Finished recreation room and media room
  • Convenient laundry on second floor near bedrooms

At over 3,000 square feet and 36' wide, the Barclay has the feel of a single-family home with three finished levels, three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms with the option of a fourth bedroom and full bathroom in the lower level and a two-car garage. A spacious and open floor plan, the Barclay features a large kitchen with center island and breakfast area opening to the Great Room. A formal living room and dining area are located in the front of the home. The lower level features a finished recreation room and media room providing additional room to entertain or relax with family. On the third floor, is a spacious owner’s suite with deck retreat, a walk-in closet and a private bathroom with garden bath, a separate shower and dual vanities. Two secondary bedrooms, a hall bathroom and a convenient laundry complete the second floor.

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Total Home Costs: $561,990

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Estimated Monthly Payment: $2,321

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Estimated energy efficiency of this home is 30% better than the HERS Reference Home.

What is a HERS Index?

The HERS Index is a scoring system established by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) in which a home built to the specifications of the HERS Reference Home (based on the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code) scores a HERS Index of approximately 100, while a net zero energy home scores a HERS Index of 0. The lower the HERS Index, the more efficient the home, which means you will save on your monthly energy bills.