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Terramor Homes opens trendy Waterview Townes
Published Monday, March 11, 2019
by Staff Reports

RALEIGH – Terramor Homes announces the grand opening of the Madison Model Home in their premier new townhome community, Waterview Townes.

Priced from the $230’s, The Madison offers 1,647 square foot of comfortable living space, with a welcoming foyer that leads to a spacious open concept kitchen, living and dining space on the first floor. For convenience, there is also a powder room located just past the foyer, and a mudroom passthrough if you choose to enter through the garage.

The upstairs features a large master suite. Two additional bedrooms and a full secondary bathroom are also located on the second floor, with the laundry space centrally located within steps of all bedrooms. The Madison homeplan offers a one-car garage. It also includes granite countertops with a tile backsplash, luxury laminate flooring, and 2-inch faux wood blinds. This model home is designed with the hottest trends, including an accent wall, and trim detail to accent the modern and sophisticated furnishings.

Situated in a prime location off Buffaloe Road, Waterview Townes is tucked away from the hustle and bustle, yet is minutes away from downtown Raleigh, North Hills, and is perfect for those commuting to Research Triangle Park, and Triangle University Campuses via I-440 and I-40. Waterview Townes has sold eight townhomes thus far, and there will be 53 total townhomes available when the community is completed.

To set up a personal appointment, call (919) 241-7444 or email info@terramorhomes.com.


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