Starr® Custom Homes (SCH) is happy to announce two new projects in progress: DreamDesign® 44 in The Hills in the Fort Caroline area; and DreamDesign® 45 in the Ortega area.

SCH is again partnering with Showcase Properties on these projects, who will be marketing the homes as they approach completion. Designed for the second- or third-time homebuyer, these homes are considered “move-up” designs in the homebuilding world. “Move-up homes are the homes between the first-time homebuyer’s entry level product and the custom home product.” said SCH president Shawn Starr. “In our case, these two homes are custom-designed to fit the needs of a growing family and will feature higher-end finishes such as quartz countertops, hardwood floors and custom trim installation – without going into the highest-end luxury finishes that are typical of our custom homes. We call it ‘entry-level luxury’.”

DreamDesign® 44: The Hills

As variations of the same plan, both two-story homes are just over 3000 SF and consist of four or five bedrooms and three baths. The fifth bedroom can be used a study. A separate dining room with butlers pantry can also be repurposed into a study, parlor, music room or playroom. “These plans have a lot of flexibility.” said Starr. “A family will easily be able to find all the room they need with these great floor plans.”

The open-concept plans create a large living space downstairs with the great room, kitchen, breakfast area and lanai. The great room features a beautiful fireplace with built-ins on each side. Upstairs, four bedrooms create a private rest area for the family.

Both plans are designed in the very popular farmhouse style and will feature white exteriors with black window frames. DreamDesign® 44 features an attached garage while DreamDesign® 45 features a detached garage, as is typical in the Ortega area.

For more information on these homes, including pricing, contact us or Jeff Broome with Showcase Properties at (904) 226-0163.



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