Chefs will love cooking in this open, stylish kitchen.
Step into an airy new life in The Quarry. Named “The Cardinal II,” this home offers special details like stone skirting that complements the aluminum and vinyl neutraltoned siding. Cedar highlights outline a contemporary home profile. A decorative concrete walkway leads to a covered porch, welcoming you to a brand new home offering style and fresh design.
Just inside this home, you will see a beautiful espresso toned wood floor, which coupled with the foyer’s 10 foot ceiling, enhances a feeling of limitless space. These 3/4- inch ash hardwood floors are made in Chelsea, Michigan.
Immediately to the right is a bedroom with a double closet; just outside that bedroom is a full bathroom showcasing an eye-catching gilded framed, extra large mirror, floating over a beautiful black granite counter top sink. Ample cupboards are below. The window allows sunlight to gleam off the burnished oil-rubbed bronze bathroom fixtures. A uniquely generous guest closet waits for family and friends to drop over and stay a while.
Your imagination can run wild with a distinctive floor-toceiling nook to the left of the foyer. You may choose a huge vase with tall decorative grasses or a special table with
those important family portraits; here is your space for a statement.
To the left off the foyer are steps to a spacious basement, which is studded and insulated.
The living room offers plenty of natural sunlight through large low E windows. You’ll note the gas fireplace, with automatic igniter, is surrounded with neutral colored tile and enhanced with a detailed mantel and posts.
The eat-in area off the dining room features two huge windows and a five-globe black iron chandelier which is ready to enhance your special meals. Directly off this area, through a solid door, is your poured concrete patio, which features enough room for your outdoor patio furniture and a grill.
This sharply designed, upgraded kitchen pops with energy; the snack bar is of black granite highlighted with silver flecks. The backsplash is composed of striking horizontal glass tiles punctuated with an occasional granite tile.
The handsome floor is composed of upgraded extra large ceramic tiles, and the many espresso-toned cupboards are enhanced
with brushed silver hardware. You’ll find every detail counts – like the striking white pillar support and the large lazy Susan cupboard. Softclose drawers protect fingertips and have dovetailed drawer boxes for extra strength.
The gleaming counter is opened to the right, facing the dining room.
The dual, extra-deep, stainless steel sinks offer a pull out faucet for spraying convenience. Recessed lighting over kitchen workspaces creates an “I can do anything!” feeling.
To the right off the kitchen is an extra wide hallway, with a half powder room and laundry room which a leads to a two and a half car garage. The automatic door opener is already in place. Just off the garage is a closet having attic access.
The master bedroom has two huge windows, a large walk-in closet, and a ceiling fan. Separated by a gliding pocket door is the private master bath with granite countertop, dual sinks, and oil-rubbed bronze fixtures. There is a private lavatory area closed off by a door. The stepin shower features one molded seat.
This residence is landscaped with a sprinkler system, and a highefficiency furnace and air conditioner are in place.
Twenty other lots are available in this neighborhood, and two new homes are just under construction. Doug Howard Building Company LLC is the exclusive builder for these homes. The neighboring home will be a two-story “Red Hawk” family home, featuring a full basement and four bedrooms. Another available model is “The Rocky Harbour” which is a 1,851 square foot ranch with two bathrooms and three bedrooms, one of which could become your den or a game room. There is still time to customize these new homes to your liking!
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