We love a model that says, “welcome home,” so we were very excited when we first saw David Weekley’s new model in our model home village.
What makes this model home at 1915 Regal Water Drive so inviting? It starts with the floor plan. The Layton opens almost immediately into a large and sunny great room with high ceilings and walls of windows.
The view extends to the optional extended patio situated behind the family room. Homeowners can throw open the optional sliding glass doors to increase entertainment space or just allow family members to bask in the fresh air. The patio features another welcoming option, a brick fireplace. Grab a blanket and snuggle in front of the flames on cool autumn evenings.
The contemporary kitchen is a chef’s dream with plenty of counterspace and ample cabinet space cutting down clutter. A farmhouse sink will make dish duty a breeze. The island offers counter seating for guests curious to see what the chef is cooking up.
Passing by an accent wall made of shiplap, homeowners can retire to an oversized primary suite highlighted by a wall of windows. As the model demonstrates, there’s more than enough room for a couple of cozy chairs. The bathroom is gorgeous. We like the way the dual vanities are separated from the optional oversized shower via short dividers. The walk-in closet is open to the utility room, family foyer and mudroom.
Upstairs, a large entertainment loft greets friends and family members alike. The loft is decorated as a den, but it can easily transform into a game room or children’s homework center. Stairs lead to the optional media room. The comfortable furniture invites lounging. An optional wet bar means no one will miss the movie if snacks are needed.
The Layton also boasts a study, downstairs guest suite, three-car garage and two upstairs bedrooms separated by a Jack-and-Jill bath. It is one of 10 plans the builder offers in our Oakwood Trail neighborhood. Designs range from 2,564 to 4,537 square feet and are priced from the low $400,000s.