Creekside Homes Available through Early Sales

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

Creekside Homes Available through Early Sales


Preconstruction sales are underway for Creekside at Meadowbrook, a new community of 70 single-family homes in northwest suburban Lake in the Hills.

Creekside features winding streets and numerous cul-de-sacs with about 25 percent of the home sites backing up to natural open space.

"Creekside offers a scenic land plan with the southeastern portion of the community bordering the wooded perimeter of the Kishwaukee Creek, said James Esperson, division president for William Ryan Homes. "The natural setting provides country charm where young growing families will enjoy raising their children."

Priced from $133,990 to $165,990, the homes provide a choice of seven home designs including two ranch and five two-story plans. The homes range in size from 1,377 to 2,102 square feet and feature three to four bedrooms; one to 2 1/2 baths; formal living and dining rooms; fully-applianced kitchens; family rooms; dens or lofts per plan; and attached two-car garages.

"We have two completed model homes now open for public viewing, showcasing the Camden and Dorchester designs," said Esperson. "A third model home, the Hampton, is now under construction and is scheduled for completion in October. Even though these models are open, buyers can still take advantage of limited-time preconstruction pricing, which will allow buyers to purchase more home for their money."

The seven home designs include:

- The Regency: a 1,377-square-foot ranch plan with covered porch; three bedrooms; one bath with the option for a second full bath; formal dining room and family room with volume ceiling; spacious kitchen with breakfast bar and volume ceiling; basement; two-car garage, priced from $133,990. The Regency is also available with a four seasons room and private master bath.

- The Bradford: a two-story home featuring 1,464 square feet of living space; three bedrooms; 1 1/2 baths with the option for a second full bath; formal living room and family room with volume ceiling; spacious kitchen; and two-car attached garage, priced from $138,990.

- The Larkspur: a traditional ranch plan offering 1,575 square feet of living space; three bedroom and two full baths; spacious kitchen with breakfast area, dining room and expansive great room, all highlighted by a vaulted ceiling; impressive master bedroom suite with private luxury bath, walk-in closet and optional volume ceiling and bay window; basement and attached two-car garage, priced from $146,990.

- The Hampton II: a 1,678-square-foot, two-story home with three bedrooms; 2 1/2 baths; two-story foyer; family room, kitchen and breakfast room, all with vaulted ceiling; and attached two-car garage, priced from $148,990. …

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