Sublime architectural details set Westin Homes’ designs apart and are not lacking in the builder’s quick move-in home at 9107 Falls Gulch in Miramesa.
Coffered ceilings, a three-tiered rotunda foyer and floor-to-ceiling bay windows in the two-story family room make a statement that will impress any visitor to the home, but it is in the subtler details that true elegance is found. Arched entries, columns and discreet art niches are classic touches that blend seamlessly with more contemporary features such as granite countertops, 42-inch Kent Moore cabinetry and attractive ceramic tile flooring.
The open-plan kitchen offers stainless-steel appliances, miles of counter space and a walk-in pantry. Positioned between the kitchen and the chic dining room, a butler’s pantry allows the chef to stage dishes before carrying them out to the formal dining room. A wine rack and cabinets provides extra storage. Informal meals can be eaten in the breakfast nook or on the spacious covered patio.
Away from the common areas, the master suite features a well-appointed bath and a cozy seating area where owners can curl up with the latest novel. The luxurious master bath boasts a garden tub, walk-in shower, gorgeous tile surrounds and an enormous walk-in closet.
A sweeping staircase takes guests up to the second-floor where they can be entertained in the loft-style game room or a media room pre-wired for surround sound. Priced from the $330,000s the home also has a two-car garage with a 5-foot extension for extra storage, a brick-and-stone elevation and a convenient utility room.
Westin builds in two Miramesa neighborhoods. Designs on 60-foot homesites are priced from the $300,000s. Homes on 65-foot properties are priced from the $320,000s.
Miramesa is a family-friendly community boasting world-class amenities in Cypress. Residents enjoy a resort-style pool, sports courts and a spacious clubhouse. Outside the gated community, dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities abound. In addition, children attend schools zoned to the acclaimed Cy-Fair Independent School District.