The new Mandara model home is currently under construction with an anticipated January 2019 completion date. Part of the Tradition Series, this exciting new home design features open concept living, master bedroom suite, den, two-car garage and a spacious outdoor space with plenty of options designed for casual, yet elegant living and entertaining.
The Mandara is designed with all the upscale amenities buyers have come to expect with the latest options and design features, and will include a den that can be used as a library, office or additional living area. The great room will showcase 11-foot ceiling and views to the outdoor living space offering great options for furniture placement to enhance alfresco living at its best.
The master suite is generously sized and will provide views to the rear yard with an option to increase its depth, perfect for an added sitting area. The master bath will feature an oversized shower with a large walk-in closet which allows for plenty of clothing storage.
An owner’s entry will give direct access from the garage to the home and is just steps away from the laundry room. A golf cart garage option is available for this plan and a four-foot extension option adds additional storage for the garage.
“The Mandara plan delivers on all of the must haves for today’s buyer in a very efficient design that maximizes the important spaces of the home,” said Steven Berry, Senior Vice President, Architecture and Design for Robson Communities Inc. “With 1,884 square feet, the Mandara lives and feels much like the higher-end Premiere Home Series.
A new, exciting feature that is becoming popular again is the front porch. Two of the four distinct exterior elevation designs feature a 12-foot x 10-foot-deep front porch seating area. The front porch supports the desire for the home to ‘live to the front” and allows homeowners to interact with friends and neighbors as they stroll by.
The Mandara is designed with a luxury living in mind. It’s all part of the resort-style amenities designed to live life inspired at Quail Creek.