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Art of Architecture Showcased in Highland Model Home

December 01, 2019
Art of Architecture Showcased in Highland Model Home

The art of architecture is on full display in the Highland Homes model in Veranda showcasing the builder’s commitment to using customer feedback to create homes tailored to meet the needs of modern families.

Making the most of its 2,463 square feet of living space, the single-story 539 plan is a master class in architectural design. Light and bright with oversized windows and high ceilings, the home feels cozy without being claustrophobic.

The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining, with more than enough space to create numerous conversation areas. The model demonstrates how easy it is to create both formal and informal dining areas where adults can enjoy their holiday meal and keep an eye on children sitting at the smaller table in the breakfast nook.

Upgrades and options also are showcased, including an extended master suite highlighted by a bow window that creates a charming seating area. A barn door separates the room from the master bath. Sporting a deep soaking tub and miles of counterspace, the bath is an oasis you may never want to leave. Parents of young children will appreciate the optional mud room during the rainy season. Also featured in the home is a private study and an optional front porch 

Highland is 100 percent employee-owned, which means the company is not beholden to the stock market or outside investors. Every employee has a stake in ensuring that you are happy with your new home, so every employee goes above and beyond to deliver award-winning quality and complete customer satisfaction.

Why do they do all of this? Because it is the right thing to do. That’s the Highland Homes philosophy. It’s a philosophy that has made the builder an eight-time winner of the People’s Choice Builder of the Year award.

Highland Homes offers 12 unique floor plans priced from the $270,000s in Veranda.  Visit the model home at 22914 Henderson Row Drive to learn how you can receive up to $8,000 toward your closing costs.

Your home is the most important investment you can make, so it makes sense to invest in Highland Homes and Veranda.

Highland Homes 

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