Century Communities Touts Waterfront Treasure

Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Boasting a corner lot and a breathtaking view of one of Miramesa’s lakes, it’s easy to see why Century Communities considers its home at 20327 Broad Harbor a waterfront treasure.

The striking four-bedroom home offers two pleasant outdoor living spaces. A spacious front porch accents the stone-and-brick exterior and provides a comfortable spot for people-watching. The covered back patio extends the living space and offers a stunning view of the lake. On cooler days, owners can enjoy the lake vista from the comfort of their attractive master suite. Within the suite, a spa-like bath promises relaxation in either the soaking tub or the deluxe walk-in shower. The lake also can be viewed from the well-appointed family room. A broad stone fireplace and tile floors highlight the open-concept space. The rustic kitchen features a convenient floating island, granite countertops, 42-inch custom cabinetry and a breakfast bar. French doors open from the kitchen to a cozy study highlighted by a wood floor. The home, priced from the $380,000s, also has a three-car garage, oversized game room, formal dining room and a utility room.

Century Communities offers nine family-friendly designs in Miramesa. Homes are situated on spacious properties surrounding a sparkling lake. Plans range from 2,400 to more than 4,300 square feet in size and are priced from the $300,000s.

In addition to the natural amenities, residents also enjoy Canyon Gate Connect, an exclusive technology package that bundles AT&T integrated high-speed Internet, digital TV and digital phone service with En-Touch residential alarm monitoring systems. A $2.5 million recreation center that will include a clubhouse, pool and dog park is slated to open in the summer.

For more information about this home, visit http://www.centurycommunities.com/texas/cypress/miramesa/quick-move-in-details?id=2782

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