Here at Michael Lee Homes, we’re bringing in the new year the best way we know how, by putting the finishing touches on our new models in Easton Village. Each of these homes are move-in ready and with a variety of designs, you’re sure to find the perfect new home which fits your lifestyle.
Our newest model, built from the Washington design, is crafted for a home buyer looking for a clean modern space to live. The signature of this home is the trio of picture windows which capture natural light and breath life to the open design of the main floor. This 2,500 square foot home gives extra room on each level, with a flex room and mudroom on the main floor and spacious loft built above the garage. For finishes, we’ve laid laminate flooring throughout the living space and paired granite countertops with white cabinets for that sleek, sophisticated design.
For this model, designed around the Lincoln floor plan, we set out to show how new home construction can combine quality craftsmanship and modern style for under $400,000. This three-bedroom model, with a loft above the garage and our largest great room of any model, is finished with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and laminate flooring. The highlight of this model isn’t just the open design or its price, it’s the series of windows which lead you up the stairs, a clever design choice which floods the area with natural light.
Of all our new homes in Easton Village, the Newman floorplan is built with size in mind. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and over 2,500 square feet of finished space, this home is perfect for families who need room to grow. On the main floor, we’ve added style to the open design with a stone fireplace, granite countertops
If you take a drive around Easton Village, you’ll see a variety of homes from different builders, most with one thing in common, they’re all two-story designs. With our new model, based off the Harrison floor plan, we’ve decided to change this trend by showing how a rambler can fit perfectly in a new neighborhood. The vaulted great room of this two-bedroom model and extra-large corner lot is a great reminder of how single level living doesn’t mean a sacrifice in space.