The Dayton region is having quite a building boom. In fact, there’s never been a better time to live in Dayton and its surrounding area.
At Charles Simms Development, we are excited to be able to showcase two of our new model homes in the 2017 Fall Parade of Homes, co-sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Dayton and Cox Media Group Ohio.
Our models at Parkside Row in Springboro and The Cottages of Beavercreek in Beavercreek show off our urban townhome plans and our new single-level cottages, as well as plenty of other reasons you want to live in a Charles Simms home – like green building practices and walkable locations!
We’re especially thrilled to introduce our new cottage-style ranch homes at Beavercreek. This community is really unique and interesting, incorporating many of the elements that are Simms Development hallmarks. “We are very excited to bring maintenance-free, one-level living to Beavercreek,” raves Robi Simms, marketing and sales director for Charles Simms Development. “We are going all-out on this neighborhood. The back porches are pre-wired for TV and sound systems!”
Started earlier this year, The Cottages of Beavercreek have open floor plans, 9-foot ceilings, attached two-car garages, an option for gas fireplaces, and back porches that can be enclosed. There are extensive walking paths throughout the community, as well as a massive lake with a fountain and a beautiful entranceway. There will be 84 total homes, with 14 buildings built in two different phases.
The Parade of Homes runs October 14 & 15, 21 & 22, from 1 to 5 pm.
Say hi to Robi when you visit the Parkside Row model at 1002 Parklake Road, Springboro OH, 45066. And don’t forget to check in with sales agent Karri Sizemore at The Cottages of Beavercreek model, 4456 Cottage Park Drive, Beavercreek, OH 45430.
For more information, check out the HBA of Dayton website at www.hbadayton.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the Fall Parade of Homes!
Simms Development builds new urban townhomes in downtown Dayton and other surrounding areas including Centerville and Springboro, OH. Please visit www.simmsdev.com for more information.
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