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Westin Homes Model Showcases Luxurious Living

Veranda - Westin Homes Model Showcases Luxurious Living

November 01, 2019

That one of Houston’s top luxury homebuilders offers homes in Veranda isn’t surprising. What is surprising is how affordable Westin Homes designs are. Don’t believe us? Take a tour of the stunning Westin model home and see for yourself. 

Award-winning architectural features are one of the things that set Westin apart from the competition, and the Preston III floor plan at 22922 Henderson Row Drive is no different. Signature items such as a triple-tiered rotunda crowning the sweeping staircase take your breath away. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the stylish family room with light. A coffered ceiling in the master bedroom adds a touch of sophistication.

Our favorite room is the family room, which features a soaring floor-to-ceiling fireplace that’s perfect for gathering with the family on chilly nights. Built-in bookcases can be filled with books or display favorite art pieces.

The master bath should be called the master spa. Everything in it is designed for relaxation, from the enormous soaking tub to the oversized shower. Dual vanities make the morning routine a breeze, and you’ll never misplace anything in the giant walk-in closet.

Westin offers a dozen elegant floor plans for Veranda. Each will draw you in with an unmatched balance of beauty and function. Homes are priced from the $360,000s and range from 2,633 to 3,700 square feet.

Westin also is set apart by its commitment to its customers, providing a higher standard of customer service than many other builders, actively seeking out suggestions from homeowners.

Stop by the Westin model home today and see why the builder’s homes are more than houses. They are works of art.


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