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Published: Thursday, 8/9/2012

Don’t Just Settle: Your design, your layout, your new home at Woodcreek Village

The great room’s ceiling and windows are framed in attractive natural oak. The great room’s ceiling and windows are framed in attractive natural oak.
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The homes at Woodcreek Village in Walbridge have many features buyers want: multiple bathrooms, generously-proportioned rooms, well-designed kitchens and more.

The one thing that homeowners can’t see – yet which is built into every Woodcreek Village home – is the quality.

These homes are built by Amish craftsmen at a Champion plant in Topeka, Ind. The homes are built indoors, out of the weather, so they are never exposed to the elements.

Even on a blustery day, the two-by-six inch construction and superior insulation make them weather tight.

This week’s featured home, 132 Woodcreek Blvd., is one you will want to see.

A poured concrete walkway leads to the front of the home from the driveway. The front door opens to a spacious vaulted great room, where natural oak trims the windows and ceiling. The great room is open to the formal dining area, where light radiates from the classic chandelier.

The great room also merges into the modern kitchen, making this space excellent for entertaining.

A peninsula countertop provides an additional work area in an already spacious kitchen, which pairs nicely with the center island. Oak cabinets are topped with stone-look laminate and a diamond patterned ceramic tile backsplash adds a dash of style to the walls.

Two pantries – one, a walk-in – offer ample storage.

Also in this portion of the kitchen is space for a small dinette set for informal dining. Sliding doors here offer a great view – an addition of a deck here would expand your warm weather living space.

Beyond the kitchen is a laundry room with washer and dryer hookup, a powder room and access to a two-car attached garage.

The master suite is situated just off the home’s great room. Generously sized, the room features a huge walk-in

closet and a private bath. The large bath includes a step-in shower and raised oak vanity.

The two other bedrooms, located on the other side of the home, share a full bath and both feature double closets.

Like all other homes in Woodcreek Village, this home includes a new stove and refrigerator, a seven-year warranty, upgraded ash molding and much more. Quality 2-by-6 exterior construction, ne w curtains and blinds, smoke alarms and vinyl, tilt-in, low-E windows are among the standard features of these homes.

These homes are all new construction and can be custom ordered with your choice of cabinetry, flooring, paint colors and more. Homes can also be customized to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act – complete with grab bars, wider doorways, ramps and more.

Woodcreek Village in Walbridge, a quiet community surrounded by farmland, is an active adult neighborhood that boasts a lovely clubhouse.

Additionally, despite its country feel, Woodcreek Village is minutes away from shopping, dining, healthcare and other city amenities.

The Woodcreek Clubhouse includes a fitness center, full kitchen, hot tub, lockers and a great room with a gas fireplace and two flat screen televisions – making it perfect for social gatherings. A spacious back deck offers a view of the woods behind the building and if you are quiet, is a great place to sit and watch deer graze in the evenings. The use of the clubhouse and its facilities are only available to Woodcreek Village homeowners and there is no additional charge or association fee required to access this facility.

If you are looking for the comfort and functionality of a modular home, look no further than Woodcreek for customizable options for your lot or property. Financing options are available.



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