Posts Tagged ‘Current Design Trends’

Craftsman Trim Package Showcases Popular Style

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At Peachtree Residential, our buyers fall in love with our Craftsman-style exteriors, where large, covered porches; gabled roofs; and distinctive, tapered square columns rule the day.

So, what happens when buyers finish their interiors? Our professional designers in the Peachtree Residential Design Center heard our homebuyers requesting Craftsman style finishes inside, too. So now, we are pleased to introduce a new Craftsman interior trim package that comes standard in many of our homes.

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Exterior Home Trends: Black and White and Seen All Over

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Peachtree Residential recently caught up with Tracey Smith, owner of Rachel Remington Design and frequent consultant on our award-winning homes. We talked with Tracey about the shifts she’s currently seeing in exterior home design. (more…)

Make Your Home Design Dreams Come True at Garden Park in West Forsyth!

kitchen home designDreaming about the perfect home design?  Spending lots of time checking out the hardwood flooring at friends’ homes? Did you spot the perfect light fixture at a model home or fall in love with the marbling in the granite countertops at the last home you toured?

Peachtree Residential invites you to stop dreaming and start living in the home you’ve always wanted! The builder is offering a $10,000 design studio allowance available on new homes in Garden Park, a gated community of 28 modern farmhouse homes in West Forsyth. Garden Park homes are priced from the high $500,000s to the mid $700,000s. (more…)

Why You Should Buy a New Home

Looking for a new home?  Consider several benefits that buying a new home has over a resale. Peachtree Residential builds new homes in great neighborhood locations.  Peachtree has been building new homes for over 30 years. When you buy a new home everything is brand new and uniquely yours.  You have the option to select your floor plan and personalize your home to meet your needs. New homes typically have a better HERS rating and your utility bills will be lower. Peachtree Residential new homes also come with a ten year structural warranty.  Learn more about Peachtree Residential new homes on line at https://www.peachtreeresidential.com/