Saturday, August 29, 2009

Windsong Properties Introduces New Floorplan at Somerset

Active Adult Builder announces Worthington model

Windsong Properties, Atlanta’s premier active adult courtyard home builder, is proud to announce its newest floorplan, the Worthington Model at its Somerset community in Woodstock. The floorplan includes 2269 square feet of heated living space with an additional 271 square feet of attic space. Currently priced at $286,000, the model includes three bedrooms, two and one-half bathrooms with the option of adding a garden tub in the master bath. The floorplan expertly designed to suit the specific needs of active adults, features 9-foot ceilings with crown molding and hardwood floors in the main living areas.

“We offer active adults the opportunity to choose from five different floorplans at our Somerset community,” said Steve Romeyn, managing partner of Windsong Communities. “Recently, we have seen an increase of homebuyers interested in our Worthington Model site unseen. We have sold three in the last two and half weeks alone.”

Somerset previously offered four ranch-style floorplans: the Hamilton, the Lexington, the Hampton and the Drayton. The Hamilton floorplan features ten-foot ceilings, three bedrooms and two and one half baths while the Lexington is slightly larger with ten-foot ceilings, three bedrooms and three baths. The Hampton, similar to the Hamilton includes 9-foot ceilings, three bedrooms, three bathrooms with the option of either a study or dining room. The Drayton floorplan, similar to the Worthington includes ten-foot ceilings, three bedrooms, two and one-half bathrooms and the option of adding a sun room or upstairs bonus room.

Windsong distinguishes themselves from other active adult builders by offering buyers the opportunity to make structural modifications to their home plans. All of the homes at Somerset offer elegant details, such as private courtyards with garden retreats; rocking chair front porches; ten-foot ceilings with crown molding; and large master suites with baths that have separate vanities, garden tubs, tile showers with seats and ceramic tile floors.

Every home that Windsong Properties builds meets EasyLiving Homes© standards – no-step access, wide doorways, lever handles, and other amenities that facilitate changing life situations. All of the homes at Somerset are qualified by Southface as EarthCraft Home© and Energy Star certified. This assures that the homes have a lower cost to operate, are healthier and more comfortable and reduce the impact on the environment.

Somerset is located just two and a half miles west of I-575. Take I-75 North to I-575 North to Exit 8. Travel west on Towne Lake Parkway, staying straight on Eagle Drive. Turn left off Eagle Drive onto Putnam Ford Road. Somerset is half a mile on the left.

Locally owned, Windsong Properties was founded by Mark Carruth and Managing Partner, Steve Romeyn. The two bring more than 50 years of local building experience to Windsong Properties, “Where Life’s a Breeze.” As empty nesters themselves, Mark and Steve have first hand knowledge of the desires of active adults and are passionate about creating communities and homes for empty nesters. Every decision made at Windsong Properties, from the design of the community and its amenities to the award winning floor plans and the unique customer service approach, is targeted to the 50-plus, empty nester group.

Windsong Properties earned the highest honor from the Certified Professional Home Builders association in 2007 and 2008 when it was awarded the Customer Satisfaction Award. They were also recipients of four gold OBIE awards in 2008. The OBIE Awards are presented by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s Sales and Marketing Council to honor excellence in building in Greater Atlanta. It is the highest honor given in the Atlanta housing industry.

Windsong Properties invites you to visit one of its two communities and see for yourself just how easy living the Windsong Lifestyle can be. For more information, call 770-516-3409 or visit
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