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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #180 on: June 13, 2015, 02:42:07 PM »
I lose the 3 car garage, I prefer 3 car wide with no driveway vs 2 car and driveway.
Isn't there a Crawford with the 3CWG *and* a driveway?

She didn't like Crawford as much. I'd have to look at the site map. There are various 2 car garage with a driveway and storage garage. But not sure there are 3 wide with driveway

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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #181 on: June 13, 2015, 09:49:53 PM »
For those who have been to Standard Pac homes, do you think the white paneled walls are particle board slats over smooth drywall painted white? At first I thought the walls had wood installed over the drywall but the more I looked at them, the more I thought...... hmmm.... so tricky they did this using smooth drywall instead of texturing it.
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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #182 on: June 13, 2015, 10:40:19 PM »
For those who have been to Standard Pac homes, do you think the white paneled walls are particle board slats over smooth drywall painted white? At first I thought the walls had wood installed over the drywall but the more I looked at them, the more I thought...... hmmm.... so tricky they did this using smooth drywall instead of texturing it.

We just had someone out here about a month ago to do some paneling on our entry wall and dining room. He said the cheaper way was to smooth out the drywall (no particle board would be used) and then put the pieces of wood on (we wanted squares all over the wall). Cost was around 1200 and did not include painting/paint. He said most people opt for the smoothing of the drywall cause it's cheaper. So if it's cheaper you know that is probably the way the builder did it.

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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #183 on: June 13, 2015, 11:28:53 PM »
For those who have been to Standard Pac homes, do you think the white paneled walls are particle board slats over smooth drywall painted white? At first I thought the walls had wood installed over the drywall but the more I looked at them, the more I thought...... hmmm.... so tricky they did this using smooth drywall instead of texturing it.

We just had someone out here about a month ago to do some paneling on our entry wall and dining room. He said the cheaper way was to smooth out the drywall (no particle board would be used) and then put the pieces of wood on (we wanted squares all over the wall). Cost was around 1200 and did not include painting/paint. He said most people opt for the smoothing of the drywall cause it's cheaper. So if it's cheaper you know that is probably the way the builder did it.

Even cheaper for the builder since they don't have to smooth the drywall.

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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #184 on: July 13, 2015, 04:17:38 PM »
Phase 4 pricing:
Homesite 271 - Plan 1ER               $1,272,900
Homesite 273 - Plan 1A                $1,322,900
Homesite 285 - Plan 1AR                $1,269,900
Homesite 279 - Plan 2CR                $1,219,900
Homesite 284- Plan 2E                $1,246,900
Homesite 272 - Plan 3BR        $1,245,900
Homesite 280 - Plan 3D                $1,269,900
Homesite 287 - Plan 3DR                $1,291,900

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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #185 on: July 13, 2015, 08:25:41 PM »
Lot 287 was from phase 3.  Looks like they didn't sell out their last phase.

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Re: Stafford at Greenwood - FLOORPLANS OUT
« Reply #186 on: August 09, 2015, 09:39:22 PM »
Phase 4 pricing:
Homesite 271 - Plan 1ER               $1,272,900
Homesite 273 - Plan 1A                $1,322,900
Homesite 285 - Plan 1AR                $1,269,900
Homesite 279 - Plan 2CR                $1,219,900
Homesite 284- Plan 2E                $1,246,900
Homesite 272 - Plan 3BR        $1,245,900
Homesite 280 - Plan 3D                $1,269,900
Homesite 287 - Plan 3DR                $1,291,900


Homesite 335 - Plan 1G $1,328,900
Homesite 333 - Plan 2BR $1,368,900
Homesite 334 - Plan 2ER $1,267,900
Homesite 332 - Plan 3C $1,411,900
Homesite 336 - Plan 3D $1,301,900

Really liked the Plan 1 here - even the downstairs master.  Overall, the mud/launch areas can be done better in these homes.  Esp the plan 3 - it's 4000 sf without a real mud area & straight into the great room. 

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Re: Rosemont at Beacon Park (From the Low $1,000,000s)
« Reply #187 on: August 09, 2015, 10:05:38 PM »
Is this Stafford or Rosemont thread?  So confusing.

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Re: Rosemont at Beacon Park (From the Low $1,000,000s)
« Reply #188 on: August 10, 2015, 12:07:27 AM »
Is this Stafford or Rosemont thread?  So confusing.

Very weird..some kind of bug? Thread title now says Rosemont but all previous posts are Stafford?

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Re: Rosemont at Beacon Park (From the Low $1,000,000s)
« Reply #189 on: August 10, 2015, 08:02:56 AM »
We should just re-title it Staffmont or Roseford.

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Re: Rosemont at Beacon Park (From the Low $1,000,000s)
« Reply #190 on: August 10, 2015, 08:18:55 AM »
Very weird..some kind of bug? Thread title now says Rosemont but all previous posts are Stafford?
This is part of the TLONL Vengeance Initiative.

He changed the subject title of all his threads. So new posts will pick up the modified title.
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