With four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, Lennar Homes’ stunning two-story design at 20114 Alyssa Meadows Lane is tailored for family life.
The builder’s stunning Terrazo floor plan features an impressive two-story entry. Attractive tile flooring is low-maintenance and easy to clean, leaving owners more time to play in the second-floor game room. The large room can easily accommodate a game table, chairs and a flat-screen television. Three generously sized bedrooms welcome children home from school. One bedroom could be outfitted as a home office if the owners prefer.
On the first floor, the gourmet kitchen boasts upscale cabinetry, granite countertops and a stainless steel appliance package that includes the refrigerator. A breakfast bar seats children for after-school snacks and game day pizza. The kitchen is open to the spacious family room where kids can play board games in front of the fireplace. A wall of windows overlooking the covered patio and lush backyard is the perfect backdrop for a comfy sofa.
The secluded master suite is an oasis for parents with a stylish master bath featuring a corner soaking tub, frameless shower and dual sinks. The large walk-in closet is a must for fashionistas.
The home, priced from the $300,000s, also includes a two-car garage, a utility room with a washer and a dryer, faux wood blinds, ceiling fans and a fully automatic irrigation system.
Lennar offers homes in two Miramesa neighborhoods. Homes on 50-foot properties are priced from the $230,000s and range from 1,620 to 2,871 square feet. Three- to five- bedroom homes on 65-foot homesites range from 2,302 to 3,813 and are priced from the $280,000s.
Miramesa is a 780-acre community south of 290 off of Fry Road. Offering elegant homes, scenic lakes and beautiful walking trails, the community is tailor-made for families. Children will enjoy the resort-style pool and splash pad, while teens hang out at the sand volleyball court. Even Fido has his own park to play in. Schools in the acclaimed Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District keep young scholars engaged throughout the year.