Featured Homes: Village Builders has homes ready for the holidays
Friday, December 5, 2014
If you’re dreaming of finding a new home ready for the holidays, Village Builders has a great selection of homes that are all ready in Teravista. Here’s the scoop on just a few:
The Castille is a two-story plan featuring a large open family room with a double-height ceiling. Open to the gourmet kitchen and breakfast nook, this family area overlooks a covered patio. This 3,431-square-foot home has four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a 3-car garage. More highlights include a gameroom, dining room and study. Located at 4372 Caldwell Palm Circle, this home is currently priced at $489,805.
Upstairs Media Room
The Concordia is a Texas-sized home with five bedrooms, four baths and a three-car garage. With 3,826 square feet, the Concordia has a family room with a dramatic two-story ceiling and a cozy corner fireplace. The master suite and a guest suite are downstairs, with the other three bedrooms upstairs. Currently priced $512,017, this home at 4374 Caldwell Palm Circle also includes a gameroom, dining room and study.
Upstairs Gameroom & Media Room
Upstairs Hallway to Jack & Jill Bedrooms
The Sturbridge is a great one-story plan with rotunda foyer, leading back to an open family room and a spacious covered patio. Open to the gourmet kitchen and dining room, the family area also includes a corner fireplace. This four-bedroom home has a secluded master suite with a built-in window seat, and a luxurious master bath with a cavernous walk-in closet. A three-car garage and mudroom round out this 2,295-square-foot plan. Several Sturbridge plans are available, including 4367 Caldwell Palm Circle, currently priced $445,356.
Master Walk-In Closet
Living & Kitchen
For more information on these and more Village Builders homes ready in Teravista, call sales consultant Debbie Jewell at 512.808.8729.
To see all new homes ready for quick move-in in Teravista, click here.
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