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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