Priced at $367,985
Mahogany A Features
- Brick front
- Stained metal railing at stairs
- Modern kitchen with island and recessed lighting
- Owner's suite features a private garden bathroom
- Expanded basement
The spacious and modernly designed Mahogany floor plan features four bedrooms, a first floor study and two and a half bathrooms. The beauty of this home begins with a two-story entry, along a formal living room that opens to a separate dining room. The dining room has convenient access to the well equipped kitchen. The kitchen features your choice of Aristokraft cabinetry and new Whirlpool appliances, as well as a pantry and breakfast dining area. The breakfast area overlooks the backyard and lies openly between the kitchen and family room; a great layout designed with your convenience and lifestyle in mind. In this home’s back corner, opposite the kitchen, is the first floor study; a location that provides privacy for added productivity.
The second floor is host to four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom includes a private bathroom and large walk-in closet. The three additional bedrooms are centrally located around the second bathroom.
One of the many benefits of a new home is the ability to design it to be your own. You can select optional features such as garden master bath with separate tub and shower, fireplace in the family room, a beautiful dining room bay window, along with a large selection of other fine details.
In addition to the benefits of choosing a home that is made just for you, your new home is backed with the assurance of expert quality supported by a 10-year structural warranty.
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HERS® Home Energy Rating System
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.