You handpicked the plot of land your custom built home sits on.
You made sure it's close to work, school, and your favorite little takeout place. But, it's not until you open your new front door that you'll fully appreciate these five unexpected things.
Paint Colors You Love
Before most people move into a new home, they have to clean and update the property to make it fit their tastes. First on the list is usually paint. When you choose a new home build, you can turn the key and move in immediately. Each room features fresh paint colors of your choosing or trendy or classic color palettes.
Helpful, Perfect Countertop Heights
You will spend hours each day in your kitchen and bathroom. So, why not ask the builder to make the countertop heights and cabinet placement fit your family? This option can be a lifesaver for shorter people, or those who tower above most.
All Home Fixtures Match
Sometimes the smallest details can make a home feel absolutely perfect. Imagine seeing every door hinge, drawer pull, door knob, faucet and light fixture match in surface color and general style? You'll never have to look at a mess of uncoordinated brass, brushed nickel, stainless steel and porcelain accents again.
Lifestyle Accentuating Room Layouts
You picked out or designed your new home to fit your family. From day one you'll appreciate an open floor plan to watch the children play in the living room while you cook in the kitchen. Or, if you have mobility issues, a ranch-style home featuring a laundry room and full bath on the main floor makes daily life easier as soon as you move in.
Taking in Natural Beauty
When you worked with your builder on the physical placement of your home, you probably discussed views and landscaping benefits. But it's not until you enjoy a morning yoga session in your East-facing sun room or cuddle your spouse on the back deck while watching the sunset until you truly appreciate the exact positioning of your home.
Are you ready to talk with a home builder in Colorado, Texas, Georgia or Nevada? We'd love to answer your questions. Contact Century Communities today.