Teravista showcases quick move-in homes – with new models coming soon
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Dreaming of a new home for the holidays? More than 40 quick move-in homes are available at Teravista, one of Austin’s top-selling and most award-winning communities.
Priced from the mid $200,000s to $700,000s, the variety includes everything from Craftsman-style cottage homes to low-maintenance patio homes, homes designed especially for multigenerational families, and luxurious estate homes with views of the award-winning Teravista Golf Club.
Visitors can tour nine decorated model homes, including five fully furnished models that recently opened across the street from Teravista’s newest school, Georgetown ISD’s George Washington Carver Elementary.
You can also get a sneak peek at two exciting new model homes opening next month, along with new recreational amenities including Teravista Lake Park and Rabbit Hill Park.
Here are some highlights of what home shoppers can find at Teravista:
-> Centerra and Chesmar have new models showcasing new plans with Craftsman-inspired architecture. Prices start from the $230,000s.
-> Perry, the newest addition to Teravista’s lineup of leading homebuilders, showcases its one-story Plan 2420 model. This four-bedroom home has 12-foot ceilings, a library and an open family gathering area with a view to the large covered patio.
-> Lennar has two fresh models, including the four-bedroom Terazzo, a traditional family home with a covered porch and a covered balcony above that opens from the gameroom. Lennar’s Hilltop II model showcases its innovative NextGen concept of a “home within a home” for multigenerational families.
-> Wes Peoples spotlights low-maintenance living with its Indigo model. This one-story model displays an innovative “multigen” suite option. It also has French doors opening from the family room onto the spacious covered patio.
CalAtlantic and Chesmar are putting the finishes touches on two new models planned to open in Teravista in early November.
Teravista model homes are open daily.
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