Symphony Homes is continually releasing new and exciting promotions for new home owners. The promotions vary month by month but, are always excellent. Our current promotion is one of the best we have ever had! In Sunset Equestrian, Whisper Creek, Chestnut Farms, Eastridge Estates, and Meadow Lane, you receive $10,000 in FREE Upgrades and Plantation shutters on the main floor. In all of our remaining communities, you receive a FREE Covered patio ($8875 Value) and $5,000 in FREE Upgrades. Each homeowner spends their free upgrades differently to create their dream home. Here are a few of our favorites that you could get while using your FREE Upgrades.
1. Wainscot in the Flex Room – This upgrade is under $1500 and adds a bit of character to any room
2. Brick down the stair wall– This Upgrade is Under $4000 and will give you a unique stair wall in the neighborhood.
strong>3. The play alcove – This upgrade is under $900 and makes any kid grin from ear to ear. This is a perfect little hiding spot for all the toys as well!
4. Custom Lockers with a bench in your Mud Room – This option is under $200 per locker and gives you a perfect place for the kids to store all their backpacks and shoes.
strong>5. Custom Fireplace upgrades – This option varies in price depending on the materials selected. The fireplace is one of the most upgraded items in a new home. This unique mantle is made from walnut with a beautiful quartz top and marble tile surround.
One of the quick-move in ready homes Symphony homes has in their Peacefield community is the Concerto located on lot #6. As a Utah home builder Symphony Homes is always trying to create communities in which families want to live in. Peacefield is definitely one of those communities, it is located in Layton, Utah and has been established for numerous years. The Concerto itself is a fully landscaped Rambler that was designed not only to fit a family but to entertain guests as well. The main floor has two separate bedrooms a guest room and a master suite. This floor has a large family room that is connected to a dinning nook and kitchen. It was designed to have lots of open space that allows for maximum interaction, which is beneficial if you want to keep an eye on the family. Right when you walk into the house there is a flex room to the right. You can turn this room into a number of different things like an office, bedroom, dining room, or living room. The basement level of the house is perfect for a growing family, as it increases the usable living space. There are three separate bedrooms with a game room as the focal point. If you are interested in seeing this house set an appointment for a walk through or call our sales team at 801-305-4004 for more information.
Symphony Homes was recently featured on ABC’s Real Estate Essentials where they did an interview with one of the owners, Bruce Robinson. Bruce talked about Symphony Homes involvement in the Northern Wasatch Parade of Homes and the numerous awards that the company won. He goes into further detail about the company as a whole, how they have been a Utah home builder for over 25 years and progressed over that time to give buyers exactly what they want. Over this time Symphony Homes has realized 3 specific things, first, that buyers need homes that they can emotional react to and enjoy being in whether it’s for entertainment or family purposes. Second, they need full design and architecture service’s so they can customize their house exactly the way they want. Finally, communities are very important and that’s why Symphony Homes designs their communities with the intent of maximizing the interactions people have with each other. They do this through individualized entrances and having pools and playgrounds found in the middle of the community. The end goal is to create a lifestyle that is perfect for anyone who is raising a family. If you want any more information on Symphony Homes make sure to Contact Us and we will answer any and all of your questions.
One of the quick-move in ready homes Symphony homes has in their Fairfield Meadows community is the Serenade located on lot #114. This is the first time they have built a house with this floor plan and as a Utah home builder Symphony Homes is always trying to improve their home designs. The Serenade is a two-story home and has numerous features that make it perfect for any family. All of the bedrooms are located on the top floor, which makes it perfect for anyone who has little kids and wants to keep an eye on them. The main floor consists of a spacious family room and a very large kitchen. Symphony designed this kitchen to be efficient to use, easy to keep clean, and pleasant to be in. The house has a very inviting entry way and all together the main floor is exactly what you would want if you were entertaining guests. The house was designed with lots of windows in order to allow maximum natural lighting. Utilizing natural light can lead to substantial energy savings. Electric lighting in buildings consumes more than 15 percent of all electricity generated, so in turn you will save money on your electric bill. The basement has a game room that the whole family can enjoy. It also has a guest bedroom and bathroom that allows your guest to truly have their own quarters. If you are interested in seeing this house set an appointment for a walk through or call our sales team at 801-305-4004 for more information.
Today we will be talking about the last house that Symphony Homes had in the 2015 Northern Wasatch Parade of Homes. This house is different from the other two that have been previously mentioned, we think showing the versatility of our homes is a testament to our status as one of the best home builders in Utah. The home is located in Layton, at Symphony Homes Pinehurst Place community and is a Harmony floor plan. This is one of their standard home designs that they are extremely excited to display. They were so proud of this house that after the parade was over they decided to make it their next model home in this community. Let’s get into the details of the house. First, the house is a rambler, which means that there is a main level as well as a basement. It has 5 beds & 3.5 baths, a 3 car garage, and is 3,490 SQ FT. The master suite is on the main level and has an incredible walk-in shower and large walk-in closet. The main floor also has a guest room, family room, kitchen, and dining nook, which makes it the ultimate place for the family to interact. The basement level has 3 separate rooms, a bathroom, game room, and under the stairs nook. This floor is great for kids and allows them to enjoy their own space. If you have any questions on this home make sure to contact us or better yet come out and see it!
Today we will be highlighting another home that shows Symphony Homes prowess among Utah home builders, the Octave. This home was also successful in the 2014 Northern Wasatch Parade of Homes. It is located in Kaysville, at Symphony Homes Sunset Equestrian community and is a brand new floor plan they rolled out for the Parade. They are so proud of this house that after the parade is over they made it their next model home in this community. Let’s get into the details of the house. First, the house is a rambler, which means that there is a main level as well as a basement. It has a prairie-style look accompanied with thin-cut real stone. The house has a deep extended roof overhang with an emphasis on horizontal and vertical lines. The award-winning kitchen in this house has custom wood panels and beams, wood glazed cabinets and a quartz countertop. It also has an island that can sit up to 6 people. The master suite has a brick wall, and a custom built walk-shower in the bathroom. This house is 4,215 SQ FT, has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a 3-car garage. It won two separate awards including Best Kitchen and Best Curb Appeal.
As a Utah home builder Symphony Homes feel that it is important to showcase some of the magnificent homes they build every year. This year they decided to put 3 different home in the 2015 Northern Wasatch Parade of Homes. They were located in Farmington at their Chestnut Farms community, in Kaysville at their Sunset Equestrian community and also in Layton at their Pinehurst Place community. KSL decided to do an interview in their Sunset Equestrian house so, make sure to check it out HERE.
This week we will highlight the Sonata in Farmington, at their Chestnut Farms community. They were so proud of this house that after the parade was over they decided to make it their next model home in Chestnut Farms. Let’s get into the details of the house. First, the house is a rambler, which means that there is a main level as well as a basement. It has a craftsman style exterior, which means it utilizes painted hardie siding as well as stone. Its full gable style roof is something that makes it extremely unique to their collection. Like all of their homes it has been modified from its original base plan, in order to showcase some of the custom options available. Let’s get into some of the features. First, the house has a large 3-car garage that can be used for traditional purposes such as housing your car, or a nontraditional purpose, like a workshop or play area for kids. On the main floor there is a grand master suite with a separate sitting area that allows parents to relax and read in comfort. In the elaborate master bathroom there is a grandeur walk-in shower, his/her closets, as well as his/her vanities. The main floor utilizes open space very efficiently, which allows for maximum usable space and permits for a very large family room. This floor has a custom built mudroom that has two separate benches complemented by 6 individual lockers. In the basement there is a large game room and lots of storage space, and is accompanied by 3 different bedrooms, as well as a bathroom for the kids. This home won 6 different awards including Best Master Suite, Best Special Features, Best Floor Plan, Best Interior Design, Best Landscaping, and most importantly Best in Class! To see more from this award winning Utah home builders interior design look at their Design Center and Idea Gallery.
Symphony Homes has two communities in Layton City, Pinehurst Place and Peacefield. This is an extremely family oriented city and one of the ways this is displayed is by having lots of family recreations. The cities idea behind this is “A family that plays together stays together, we believe that not only is this true, but family recreation can provide the foundation for a healthy community”. Another reason this is such a great place for a family to move is that they have cheaper land then the surround areas. This allows individuals to build bigger more spacious houses for their family. The city is also in close proximity to Hill Air Force Base, which is one of the largest employers in the State of Utah. Every year the base has a can’t miss Air Show, which brings excitement, thrills, and breathtaking flying like you have never seen before. The event is put on as a salute to our historical air power, and the awe inspiring United States Air Force Thunderbirds. If you are looking to build a new home for you and your family than Layton city should be at the top of your list.
At the Northern Wasatch Parade of Homes this year Symphony Homes will have three different homes with three different floor plans. Two of three will be completely new floor plans, the Octave and the Sonata. Today we are going to highlight our Sonata floor plan, which will be on display in our Chestnut Farms Community on lot 3. We are so proud of this house that after the parade is over we are going to make it our next model home in this community. Lets get into the details of the house. First, the house is a rambler, which means that there is a main level as well as a basement. It has a craftsman style exterior, which mean it utilizes painted hardie siding as well as stone. Its full gable style roof is something that makes it extremely unique to our collection. Like all of our homes we have modified this house from its original base plan, in order to customize it to showcase some of the options available.
Let’s get into some of the features. First, the house has a large 3-car garage that can be used for traditional purposes such as housing your car, or a nontraditional purpose, like a workshop or play area for kids. On the main floor there is a grand master suite with a separate sitting area that allows for parents to relax and read in comfort. In their elaborate master bathroom there is a grandeur walk-in shower, his/her closets, as well as his/her vanities. The main floor utilizes open space very efficiently, which allows for maximum usable space and permits for a very large family room. This floor has a custom built mudroom that has two separate benches complemented by 6 individual lockers. In the basement there is a large game room and lots of storage space. Accompanied by, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom for the kids. Make sure you stop by our houses in the Parade of Homes and tell us what you think!
Recently, the trend in home building has been tailored towards open floor plans. An open floor plan is pretty much what you think it would be, a layout that is geared towards having one or more large open rooms. These open rooms act as a single living space that would normally be multiple rooms. For instance, instead of having a single great room, there would be a combined living room, kitchen, and dining room. Here at Symphony Homes we have realized that this is a trend that most Utah homebuilders are moving towards, and that is why almost all of our floor plans utilize open space.
The reason people started moving towards this trend is because homes with open floor plans can utilize more usable living space into the same amount of square footage. In our eyes open floor plans have four distinct they are:
They allow you to keep a more effective eye on the kids.
They allow you to increase views and natural light.
They allow for better entraining when guests come over.
They allow for a more sociable setting.
Most of our floor plans utilize open space effectively but the three we think do it the best are our Encore floor plan, Bravo floor plan, and our Premiere floor plan. What do you think about this trend? Let us know, and tell us the current trends you enjoy in home building.