Categories: Articles, Home of the Month, New Homes Virginia Beach | Posted: September 9, 2014
Normally we only pick one New Home of the Month, but recently we built and closed two new homes in Virginia Beach that turned out so well with their new homeowners’ selections and upgrades, that we couldn’t help but show them both off. They are both Lake Homes in Sajo Farm, meaning they are built on one of the beautiful lakes and have amazing views of the water and fountain. The new homeowners also can enjoy Sajo Farm’s clubhouse, pool, kayak landing, and nature trails!
The first home is The Carlisle. It is geared towards a more traditional buyer, one who enjoys a floorplan that has a more definitiveÃ‚Â space and each room has its own purpose. That said, it is FAR from compartmentalized. Rather than using confining walls and doors, The Carlisle has rich architectural details that define its space. This is most noticeable in the Entry, where varying ceiling height, slopes, lines, and trays clearly separate the Entry, Dining Room, and formal Living Room. The Family Room and Kitchen are around the corner, separated by open doorframes, but still offering views between the two. The Kitchen and Breakfast area is ENORMOUS, and in this Carlisle’s case, has the best views in the house of the lake and fountain. The Master Suite is also downstairs, making The Carlisle perfect for those looking for single floor living. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms for children or guests.
Home of the Month #2 is The Regent in Sajo Farm. Another floorplan that offers first floor living, The Regent differs from The Carlisle greatly with its openness. This is not your typical open concept though. We literally take The Regent to the “next level.” Not only do the Entry, Family Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Sunroom all connect, but they also do so with HUGE ceilings and walls that soar all the way to the second story, connecting the first floor views with a Flex Space/Game Room as the top of the stairs. Napolitano Homes does have many other floorplans where ceilings slope to the second story, but ceiling height and expanse in the Regent is unmatched. Check out these photos below: