This image shows both the available homes and the floor plans at The Villas on Graustark. To see detailed floor plans, visit our community page at: The Villas on Graustark – Drake Homes Inc
Drake Home Inc newest community, “Ashland Square” in the Heights at 26th Street & Ashland Street will hold its Grand Opening in November 2013. The Heights-style homes will be available in four floor plans ranging from 2,475 to 2,878 square feet plus an optional 550 sf of living over the garage. The homes will feature antique brick, custom wrought iron details, functional and welcoming back yards, and detached garages.
Master bath/showers at The Villas on Graustark include: Travertine tile flooring and walls throughout bathrooms.
From Wikipedia: Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs. Travertine often has a fibrous or concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, and cream-colored varieties. It is formed by a process of rapid precipitation of calcium carbonate, often at the mouth of a hot spring or in a limestone cave. In the latter, it can form stalactites, stalagmites, and other speleothems. It is frequently used in Italy and elsewhere as a building material.
This is the single family home at 1302 Hawthorne St in The Villas on Graustark by Drake Homes Inc. The wood floors and cabinets are just stunning:
The features for these kitchens include:
Jennair 48″ Pro Style gas range with griddle and multi-mode convection
Jennaire 48″ Pro Style wall mount hood
Jennaire Trifecta dishwasher
Stainless steel microwave
Maple Cabinetry with crown on 42″ wall cabinets
Granite countertops with stainless steel under mount sink
Mosaic glass tile backsplash
Moen brush nickel fixtures
Under cabinet lighting with plugs
It’s that time of the year! Use your ceiling fan to help warm a room and reduce heating bills. Change the fan’s rotation to “clockwise” which will move warm air down and circulate it to make the room warmer.
The ceiling fan direction in winter should be rotating clockwise or reverse. Warm air rises and gets trapped near the ceiling so when the ceiling fan direction is in reverse mode it circulates the warm air from the ceiling to the floor helping take the chill out of the air. Without a ceiling Fan the warm air would continue to be trapped near the ceiling and the floor level would continue to stay cold. The reverse mode only works if the fan is on low.
Living area from one of our outstanding plans at The Villas on Graustark by Drake Homes Inc.