Monday, July 16, 2012

Westchester Homes Introduces New "Craftsman" Home Series

Westchester Homes, headquartered in Wingdale, NY, recently launched the design of their new Craftsman Ranch Series of homes to their authorized builders in New EnglandNew York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Their Craftsman Ranch Series is a collection of four premium built homes, averaging between 1300 and 1700 sq. ft. and is designed with an open, single level floor plan.  This new line of artistically designed ranches is inspired by the handcrafted arts and design movement of the late 19th century. Keeping in line with the original architectural design of blending the home into the natural environment, the Westchester Craftsman Series incorporates all of the handcrafted charm of yesteryear coupled with today's demand for open floor plans, modern amenities and high quality construction.

One of the new Craftsman Series ranch homes
Production line at Westchester Homes
The Craftsman Series features 3 bedroom, 2 bath floor plans and offers low maintenance, one-level living.  With the welcoming appeal of large front porches, 9/12 roof pitches, architectural shingles, dormers, and an abundance of natural light, these homes are functional and spacious. 

According to John Colucci, vice president of sales and marketing, "This exciting new series provides our customers an energy efficient home with a warm, cozy cottage feel.  Today's buyers want a comfortable home that is more efficient in size.  The exterior must have great curb appeal and the interior must feature an open floor plan with a fantastic kitchen."

"These ranch homes include the highest quality Westchester standards such as upgraded siding packages with trim, dramatic 24 inch gable end overhangs and Andersen windows at no additional cost,"  Colucci added. "In addition, many luxurious options such as, cathedral ceilings, decks, fireplaces, Corian countertops and tile and hardwood floors are available to customize the home and make it truly unique."

Contact John Colucci for more details about this new series.

CLICK HERE to read more about the Arts and Crafts movement in modular housing.

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