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Kerley Family Homes is happy to announce they offer single level living in their popular River Springs community.  This fabulous new community features resort style amenties including swim,tennis, clubhouse, soccer field, walking trails and a playground.   River Springs is close to the popular Tribble Mill Park as well as Sugarloaf Parkway, Hwy 316, Hwy 20, New Hope Road and the charming town of Grayson. It is a short ride to the Mall of Georgia or Sugarloaf Mills (formerly Discover Mills) on Sugarloaf Parkway. See tour of amenities here

Kerley Family Homes is building their Heritage Series of three, four and five bedroom Craftsman style homes (some with 3 car garages) and are priced from the high $200’s.  The home plans that will be featured include the Addison, Berkley, Charleston, Huntington, Peyton and Windward. Click here to see available homes.  Kerley Family Homes will pay 100% closing costs when you use their preferred lender.

Kerley Family Homes proudly offers the Berkley Ranch, ready to close now, that encompass the benefits of single level living.  While 2 story homes have gained popularity in recent years, it’s important not to discount the many features and benefits offered by single level floor plans, particularly  those that come well appointed with high end features and luxury amenities.

Energy efficiency. One floor house plans may require less energy for heating and cooling. While multi-level homes often have less exterior surface area and are thought to be more efficient from a heat-loss perspective, single level homes can often be more compact and easily incorporate efficient plumbing runs and heating systems.  Having all of your living space on a single level also means room temperatures are more even, because heat is not rising to the upstairs. Not only does this help the family save money, but it makes the home more environmentally friendly.

Easier maintenance. The exterior of a single level home is much more accessible for maintenance. Tall walls associated with multi-level homes often become a barrier to the DIY homeowner, whereas having a single level home means you’ll be much more able to reach all the areas of your home to perform simple maintenance and repair tasks.

Accessibility. Retired or elderly homeowners often favor one floor house plans because that means there are no stairs to traverse as they become older and less mobile – but today’s younger homeowners also realize the benefits of a single story design. One level house plans designed using “aging in place” or universal design principles allow homeowners of all ages to reap the benefits of their home design for many years, without any thought of having to move.

Easier renovations. The simplified and accessible nature of one floor house plans means they are also easier – and in many cases less expensive – to expand or remodel than multi-story.

The Berkley River Springs

The featured home today is The Berkley Ranch [pictured above] featuring 4 Bedrooms/2.5 Baths and a 3 Car Garage and a partially unfinished basement.  Welcome home to a covered entrance, step into your foyer with study/den to the right and further back is your formal dining room to the left. Kitchen is made for entertaining with granite counter-tops, recessed lighting, 42″ cabinets with crown molding, double wall oven and gas cooktop and hardwood floors and overlooks the family room with fireplace and the breakfast area.  Laundry is off the garage  The large master suite is to the rear of the home and features a sitting area and spa-like bath with his & hers vanities, separate shower and garden tub plus large walk-in closet.  Three more bedrooms share a hall bath. Homesite 61 2062 Alcovy Trail – $308,900

While many builders say they build a great house, Kerley Family Homes build a quality home for you and your famiy with distinctive detailing and value.   Kerley Family Homes is a Certified Professional Home Builder,  which means that your client is protected in ways that they  are not protected with a builder who is just licensed.  Not only is Kerley Family Homes a CPHB but they are Family Owned & Operated.  It is important when purchasing a home to hire a reputable builder. KFH knows that this is one of the biggest investments your client  will ever make so they offer a 2/10 Home Warranty to protect their purchase for years to come. At Kerley Family Homes “It’s All About Value” and they make sure that you  get value plus…

Homeowners with children will attend quality schools.  Harbins Elementary, McConnell Middle School and Archer High School.  See stats here

Homes start from the high 200’s.

Directions:  From I-85: Take 316 East. Turn right onto Harbins Road. Take 2nd right onto W. Drowning Creek Road. Turn sharp left onto Ewing Chapel Road. Travel 2.5 miles. River Springs is on the right.

From Sugarloaf Parkway: Take Sugarloaf Parkway east to Martins Chapel Road. Turn Right on Martin Chapel Road which merges onto Brook Road. Take Brook Road to Ewing Chapel Road. Turn Right on Ewing Chapel Road go approximately 1 mile. River Springs is on the right or get point to point directions here.

For more information call  770-254-5351  or visit us online.

All information is believed to be accurate but is not warranted.  Subject to errors, omissions, changes or withdrawals without notice.

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