Starting from $394,990
- Open foyer highlights the beautiful formal dining room and office
- Large family room leads to the breakfast area and kitchen, complete with island and breakfast bar
- Kitchen overlooks the morning room – a perfect place for daytime play and nighttime movie gatherings
- Upper level has four bedrooms with walk-in closets, two baths, and a convenient laundry room
- Luxurious owners' suite has a large garden bath and an option for dual walk-in closets
The Lexington offers homeowners 2,756 square feet, across four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a three car garage. The open foyer of this home highlights the beautiful formal dining room and office. The large family room leads to the breakfast area and kitchen; compete with island and breakfast bar featuring GE Appliances, Moen Faucets and Aristokraft Cabinetry. The kitchen overlooks the morning room which is a perfect place for daytime play and a nighttime movie gathering. The luxurious owner's suite has a large garden bath and an option for dual walk in closets. The owner's suite offers dual walk in closets and large garden bath with double vanities. Armstrong Flooring and 9' Ceilings run throughout the home.
Its exterior showcases stone and brick accents (per plan), a beautiful concrete sidewalk and stoop, front and rear door lighting, Schlage Security deadbolt locks, and a beautiful landscaping package. Additionally, as part of Ryland's HouseWorks® Energy Efficiency Program our HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index score is 55, reducing the overall costs of utilities for homeowners.
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HERS® Home Energy Rating System
What is a HERS Index?
The HERS Index is a scoring system established by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) in which a home built to the specifications of the HERS Reference Home (based on the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code) scores a HERS Index of approximately 100, while a net zero energy home scores a HERS Index of 0. The lower the HERS Index, the more efficient the home, which means you will save on your monthly energy bills.