PRLog (Press Release)
The Bruno's Kitchen at Windsor Commons
- Sep. 12, 2012 -
DURHAM, NC – Looking for a townhome, but have specific needs and wants? Take a good long look at Windsor Commons! Nestled in a private parcel adjacent to Durham’s celebrated Hope Valley, Windsor Commons is an elegant, custom-designed townhome community where access is quick and easy to Duke University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Research Triangle Park, and countless shopping and entertainment options. Fab eateries such as Bull Street Gourmet & Market, Only Burger, Rick’s Diner, and Tutti Frutti are only a stone’s throw away. Jed Gammon of White Oak Properties is pleased to announce that Phase II of this distinctive community is underway and thriving.
“Four of six Phase II homes are built and sold,” says Jed. “Both sales and pre-sales are currently taking place. Customers are telling us that their attraction to Windsor Commons is based on our solid construction, excellent design, and the ability we offer for clients to customize their homes. We’ve made a few floorplan changes and our Phase II homes offer more heated square footage, which has been a well-received feature. We’re very excited as Phase II unfolds.”
Certainly the benefits of customization in maintenance-
free homes of top quality construction and skillfully designed architecture have played a key role in the success of this luxury townhome community. “Total customization is available in five floor plans, ranging in size from 1,420 – 2,105 (with options for additional square footage in some homes),” says Marguerite Cameron, Real Estate Broker with Prudential York Simpson Underwood Realty. “Among an abundance of outstanding features, all homes include brick exteriors, street-front parking, and rear-entry garages. Interiors include granite or quartz kitchen and master bath countertops, custom cabinetry, Bosch appliances, hardwoods, ceramic tile, crown molding in every room, lots of storage, and smooth ceilings of 11’ in living rooms, 10’ in other main level rooms, and 9’ in rooms upstairs. Three plans have main level owner suites; some include basements and elevator options. We’ve had customers move walls, add square footage, exchange the elevator space for a dumbwaiter, add wet bars and extra cabinetry… Our versatile plans allow all kinds of tweaks, based on customer request.” Each and every finished home exudes spacious appeal, award-winning craftsmanship and numerous extras that provide an effortless lifestyle for residents. The best part? Homes in Windsor Commons are priced from the mid $200s!
“My husband and I love our new home,” states Windsor Commons’ resident Jennifer Bruno. “I knew what I liked and knew what I wanted, and the Windsor Commons’ team was totally willing to let me make changes to our floorplan and pick out our interior accents to our liking. To name just a very few, we got a spaghetti hose over our gas cooktop, a window seat, a dream bathroom, a larger bedroom than the plan called for… And everyone said ‘no problem’ to everything we requested. They made suggestions and went over and beyond the call of duty to make sure we were pleased. Our project manager, Ron Morris, was amazing. The end result is that we are very, very happy with our home, our location, and our neighbors. We have never felt more ‘at home’ than in this home. We’re thrilled!”
J. Davis Architects and Langford Construction are in partnership with White Oak Properties at Windsor Commons to create a unique townhome community, unlike any other in the Durham area. The Windsor Commons’ team invites you to learn more... Tour the model home and experience the neighborhood’
s ideal location firsthand. You might just decide that Windsor Commons will provide the setting for a customizable townhome of your very own! For more information, call Marguerite Cameron at (919) 599-2222 or visit www.windsorcommons.net.
To visit Windsor Commons from I-40, take 15-501 Bypass North; from I-85, take 15-501 Bypass South. Merge onto Martin Luther King Parkway, via Exit 105B. Turn right on University Drive, then left on Old Chapel Hill Road. Travel approximately one mile, and look for the Windsor Commons’ entrance on the left.Photo: