The Proposed Addison in Old Trail Village features an open floorplan with a large kitchen, dining, flex space, mudroom, pantry, and a 2-car garage. Upstairs there is an expansive primary suite, 3 additional bedrooms all w/ ensuite baths, and laundry. Morning room, screened deck, and multiple exterior elevations available. The unfinished basement offers space to expand, w/rec room and add'l bed/bath, or utilize as storage. Choose your finishes in our design center w/ our interior designer. Conveniently located near walking trails, schools, shops, dining, pool, and golf course. Fiber optic internet is available. Every home is Pearl Certified and HERS scored by a third party to ensure quality, comfort, and peace of mind. Similar photos
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