Standard Pacific Homes Offers Home Designs for Province at Palm Valley Community Homes

Published on August 1, 2011 at 8:57 AM

By Joel Scanlon

Standard Pacific Homes has brought out six new home designs for its proposed community housing project Province at Palm Valley.

Province at Palm Valley Home Design. Credit: Standard Pacific Homes

The company has introduced its latest architectural ideas through the six different and novel designs for single-family homes. The homes will boast typical architectural constituents along with Standard Pacific Homes' large floor plans with centrally located bigger rooms that are perfect for entertainment within the home.

The home designs offered from 2,177 to 3,420 sq ft area sizes comes with three to five bedroom plans. Extra bedrooms and other add on living spaces are offered as an option. The designs will have large sized open spaces and well-appointed kitchens that can be compromised into entertaining or living areas. The floor plans of the constructions also include master suites incorporating walk-in closets and a marbled bathroom fitted with dual Moen tap sinks, a shower and a soaking tub.

Standard Pacific Homes has designed the new homes in the proposed Province at Palm Valley to qualify for the ENERGY STAR rating thus enabling the homebuyers to save a maximum of 45% on their energy spending when compared to the normal and older resale homes. The proposed houses will have water saving irrigation systems and other plumbing fixtures, windows with low level energy radiating windows and higher level of insulation.

Palm Valley community is located close to walking trails, green belts and parks. The home buyers will have access to a community club with basketball courts and a swimming pool. Its proximity to Agua Fria High School District and Litchfield Elementary School District will offer community children easy access to top-rated schools.

Source: http://www.standardpacifichomes.com

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