Featured Homes: low maintenance, high style from Wes Peoples w/ $5k incentive
Friday, November 14, 2014
With front yard maintenance provided year ‘round, Wes Peoples Homes in Teravista’s Sage Creek neighborhood give you plenty of time to enjoy the community’s incredible lifestyle – whether it’s playing a round at the award-winning Teravista Golf Club, or walking over to The Club at Wildflower Park for a concert or event.
The Yaupon - 205 Cherokee Rose Circle, Georgetown, TX 78626
If this sounds appealing, Wes Peoples has two low-maintenance garden homes ready for immediate move-in. For a limited time, both are offered with a special incentive of $5,000 off the sales price.
Priced $275,139, the one-story Yaupon has an open family room, dining and kitchen area that’s ideal for entertaining as well as cozy evenings at home.
Designer touches include hardwood floors in the family room and kitchen area, along with granite countertops and upgraded Alder cabinets.
The luxurious master bath includes the sophisticated “super shower” option, and the garage is extended for extra parking and storage. A covered patio adds the perfect finishing touch to this three-bedroom home.
The Liriope - 208 Cherokee Rose Circle, Georgetown, TX, 78626
For those wanting a little more space, the Liriope is a two-story plan with 2,740 square feet, priced $334,545.
This three-bedroom home has a family room with a fireplace, overlooking a covered patio. The gourmet kitchen has a gas cooktop and double ovens, and the dining room has a dramatic two-story ceiling. French doors open from the foyer to the study, which has another door opening to the front porch.
The master suite has double walk-in closets and a luxurious master bath. Upstairs, this home has an open loft and two spacious bedrooms with a Hollywood bath between.
For more information on these and more Wes Peoples homes available in Teravista, call Wes Peoples sales consultant Linda Dreher at 512.591.5316 or email her at email@example.com.
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