This is a preconstruction listing that is not yet built. Please find information below and pictures attached for our Brentwood style home which offers 2575 square feet above grade, and 9’ framed walls on first floor with smooth drywall finish. This house plan incorporates hardwoods on the entire main living level, ceramic tile in the baths and laundry, oak treads to the second floor if applicable, and carpet throughout remaining areas. The master shower offers ceramic tiled walls and floor! Premium Tahoe cabinets by Timberlake in the kitchen make the home even more beautiful. The kitchen and bath countertops are luxurious granite. Upgraded trim in all finished areas. Crown molding can be found in the dining room and master bedroom, as well as a chair rail with wainscoting in the dining room. The exterior finishes consist of double-hung windows, brick, siding, and architectural shingles
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