2 New Models Being Built in Lake Villa

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2 New Models Being Built in Lake Villa


Two new Classic Series model homes are under construction at Savanna Springs, a community of 180 single-family homes in two series in Lake Villa. The models are scheduled for completion in October.

The new Classic Series is priced from $139,990 to $159,990 and has been popular with first-time home buyers.

Savanna Springs is set on 155 acres, with about 46 acres devoted to a wetlands preserve and woodlands area with mature trees.

"With the models nearing completion, buyers have a last chance to purchase a new home at pre-construction savings," said David Branch, vice president of sales and marketing for Pulte Home Corp. "By appointment only, buyers may preview the models, which are at the drywall stage, and take advantage of pre-construction prices."

The Classic Series features four floor plans, ranging in size from 1,273 to 1,872 square feet with three to four bedrooms, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 baths, partial basements and attached two-car garages.

The Heron ranch design in the Classic Series of homes has been popular with both first-time buyers as well as empty nesters.

The single-level home offers 1,273 square feet of living space, three bedrooms; two baths; and attached two-car garage, priced from $139,990.

Highlight of this home include a spacious living room and adjoining dining room; kitchen with sunny breakfast nook and breakfast bar; master bedroom suite with large walk-in closet and private bath as well as a laundry room.

Standard features in the Classic Series homes include custom-quality doors and trim; decorator-selected light fixtures; smoke detectors; doorbell chimes; wall-to-wall carpeting; kitchens with no-wax floors, laminate or wood cabinets and countertops, dishwashers, gas ranges with hood and fan and double-bowl, stainless-steel sinks; baths with custom-quality wood vanities with cultured-marble tops, king-size bath mirrors per plan, no-wax floors, frosted shower doors, medicine cabinets per plan and easy-care bath and shower surrounds; and fully sodded home sites. …

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