Buyers still turn to Turnberry Homes’ Williamson communities
While homebuyers may seem hesitant in today’s market, 12 families have moved into Turnberry Homes' Stags Leap and Catalina communities during the last two months.
[USPRwire, Thu Aug 14 2008] While homebuyers may seem hesitant in today’s market, 12 families have moved into Turnberry Homes' Stags Leap and Catalina communities during the last two months. As Tennessee’s premier builder of luxury homes, Turnberry is filling its Williamson County communities with custom designs to meet families’ needs and preferences.
“We’re among Tennessee’s busiest builders perhaps because we’re most focused on inviting homeowners to make their houses truly their own,” said Richard Bell, President of Turnberry Homes. “We work with buyers on structural changes that will make their homes live the best way for their families, and we combine plenty of interior choices with expert design assistance so homes are as beautiful as our buyers imagine them.”
Bell continued, “Despite the media’s warning that this market is forming the ‘Perfect Storm’ and not to buy, savvy families are moving into beautiful new homes in amenity-filled communities right now. The prices are great, rates are low, and we’re able to focus on building each home to meet our customers’ needs. Rather than a perfect storm, this is a harmonic convergence of events that makes now the ideal time to move up to the perfect home for your family rather than hunkering down in a house that doesn’t meet your needs.”
Located in Franklin near Page High School, Stags Leap is a swim community of 91 upscale, luxury, brand new homes. Catalina is a swim community with 149 new homes situated on wooded homesites in a convenient Nolensville Road location. Each community offers four- and five-bedroom homes, ranging from 3,300 to over 5,000 square feet. Homes have brick and stone exteriors with three-car, side-entry garages. Homebuyers choose among a variety of design features, such as two-story foyers, bonus rooms with stone fireplaces, sunrooms, luxurious master suites on the main level, kitchen islands and more. Prices start in the $400,000s in both communities.
To visit Stags Leap from Nashville, take I-65 South to Exit 65, Highway 96. Travel 1.5 miles and turn right on Arno Road. Travel five miles, and Stags Leap is on the right. For more information, visit www.TurnberryHomes.com or call Beth Ann Smith at 615-300-5116.
To visit Catalina from Nashville, take I-65 south to the Concord Road Exit (exit 71), and follow Concord Road east 4.5 miles. Turn right on Sunset Road. Travel on Sunset for two miles to Waller Road and turn left. Travel 2/3 mile to Maxwell Road and turn right. Catalina is 1.5 miles on the left. For more information, visit www.TurnberryHomes.com or call Vickie Freas at 615-400-5340.
Turnberry Homes is a premier new homebuilder, presenting finely crafted homes in the most distinctive sections of Nashville and Williamson County, Tennessee, including the Brentwood, Cool Springs, Franklin and Nolensville communities. Focused on creating a rewarding experience and a custom home for each client, Turnberry employs a professional staff of structural and interior designers to lead buyers through the process of tailoring their homes to their lifestyles. Turnberry Homes was founded in 1997 by Richard Bell, whose 30 years of experience in the Southeast include building homes for celebrities in Palm Beach, Fla. Now Turnberry Homes continues a tradition of making every homebuyer feel like a star with beautiful, livable homes from the $300,000s to over $2 million. For more information, call 615.376.7001 or visit www.TurnberryHomes.com.