Fox Bend of Shorewood Development Adds 2 New Home Designs

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), September 14, 1996 | Go to article overview

Fox Bend of Shorewood Development Adds 2 New Home Designs


The new Foxborough and Glenmor designs were recently introduced to the collection of homes at Fox Bend of Shorewood, a brand new community of single-family homes in Southwest suburban Shorewood.

Kipling Development Corp. is building 160 single-family homes for the 80-acre residential community.

"With more than 38 homes sold since the community opened for pre-sales in March, Fox Bend of Shorewood has been selling rapidly," said Ed Mattox, president of Kipling Development Corp. "Many of our buyers are young families looking for an affordable home with room to grow. In response to our buyers' needs we have introduced two new home designs, featuring four bedrooms, one home offering a more traditional floor plan layout and the other has contemporary accents."

Fox Bend's newest two-story plans include: The traditional "Foxborough" - a design that features 1,890 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, formal living room, separate dining room, spacious kitchen with abundant cabinet space with room for your planning desk.

Also featured in this model is the family room, opening to the breakfast area and an optional see-through fireplace from family room to dining room, the elegant master bedroom suite with private bath and large walk-in closet that accommodates the largest bedroom furniture, a first-floor laundry room, rear staircase and an attached two-car garage, priced from $138,900.

The more contemporary Glenmore design features 1,913 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, two-story foyer with views of a curved staircase, formal living room and adjoining dining room with decorative tray ceiling, spacious family room with optional fireplace and 8-foot family room extension, kitchen with large pantry, built-in planning desk and breakfast nook with sliding glass doors to the yard, first-floor laundry room, elegant master bedroom, private master bath with separate shower and comer garden tub, and an attached two-car garage, priced from $146,900.

In addition to the two new plans, the buyer may choose from five other floor plans, ranging in size from 1,550 to 2,605 square feet and featuring three to five bedrooms, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 baths, and attached two- and three-car garages. …

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