Sheffield Homes – The Point at Promontory
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A Brand New Single Family Homes Neighborhood within the desirable
‘The Point at Promontory’ in West Greeley!
Get Ready to set down roots… Where inspirational views, family-friendly floor plans in an up-and-coming West Greeley location combine to create a country lifestyle with all the conveniences of living in the city. Starting in the mid-$300’s, these new homes are perfect for young families looking for a starter home, people that are ready for something ‘new’ or empty nesters hoping to downsize. Your clients can select from (4) four different floor plans each having (3) three distinct elevations to choose from with a ton of amazing features. Sheffield Homes is offering quality homes built using 2′ x 6′ construction, with high end standard features such as slab granite counters, all at an affordable price!
Ranked 2nd on wallethub.com’s list of Best Cities in the Nation for First-time Home Buyers, Greeley serves as the county seat for Weld County. The Point at Promontory is part of the Windsor School District so residents attend Skyview Elementary, Severance Middle School, and Windsor High School.
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Call Rob Kittle at 970.305.3854 or email: Sheffield@KittleTeam.com
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Five Ways to Customize & Personalize Your New Home
The opportunity to purposefully select and make design choices sways many home buyers to go with new construction. Bring your vision to life by allowing an experienced Colorado home builder to guide you through the process.
Look to these five areas where you can really express your personal style and turn a new house into your exceptional home:
Most builders will offer several choices of flooring material and carpet colors, but don’t hesitate to look further to find options that showcase your personal style. Hardwoods come in a number of exotic varieties and various styles, finishes and tones. Laminates, tile, vinyl and stone offer endless possibilities as well. For even greater personalization, mix flooring materials with borders or combine different tile colors and sizes. Have fun with patterns and designs in vinyl, wood and even carpet.
2. Counter tops
When selecting counter tops consider not only their look, but also the ease of care, durability, and price. Each type of counter top affords many options for the expression of style and taste. Plastic laminate (Formica) is often a default choice because its attractive price point and numerous color and design options. Other popular choices include solid surface (Corian), natural stone (granite, marble, soapstone and slate), concrete, quartz-based engineered stone, ceramic tile, and even wood (particularly for cutting blocks). Counter tops can be further personalized with tile back-splashes, as well as inlays and edge treatments.
Prior to construction, consider areas that will benefit from specific types of lighting: task lighting for comfort and safety (such as the kitchen and office spaces), accent lighting (for showcasing artwork or architectural elements), and vanity lighting (in bathrooms). Recessed lights, spotlights, wall sconces and pendant lights add warmth and enhance mood.
4. Cabinet hardware
Cabinet hardware comes in an endless variety of materials, styles, designs and finishes. In fact, it is a little like jewelry for your kitchen and bath. Depending on your style, you can create a coordinated look by matching hardware to fixtures and lighting, or mix and match for a more eclectic design. There are no hard and fast rules. Try adding a few unique draw or cabinet pulls as whimsical, classic, bold, vintage or elegant accents–whatever suits your personality.
5. Crown molding
Crown molding, as the name suggests, adds an elegant finishing touch to any room. Available in profiles ranging from simple to ornate, crown molding complements any room and style. The width corresponds to ceiling height. In general, a width of three to five inches works for eight-foot ceilings, and six to eight inches for ten-foot ceilings. Crown molding can also be stacked with trim to create greater width and increase personalization.
There are some brand new homes being built by Sheffield Homes in Greeley, Colorado called the Point at Promontory! Starting in the mid-$300’s with buyer incentives and elegant and energy efficient features, these homes will definitely sell fast… call 970.305.3854 or email Sheffield@kittleteam.com to schedule your special tour while still in construction!