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We've Started 2 New Homes. How will you Finish Them?
Construction is continuing in Montgomery County, following all guidelines for health and safety, of course. Kettler Forlines Homes just started 2 new homes at The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing in Poolesville. One of these beauties could be your new home, and if you make your decision soon, you can personalize the details. So, we’ve just begun. How will you finish them?
As with all of our new homes, the two newest residences coming to The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing are ENERGY STAR and Indoor airPLUS certified. Conserve energy while you live in a healthier home! You’ll also enjoy the advantages of smart home automation included in every Kettler Forlines Home.
The Kensington: Ideal for multigenerational living
One of our most popular home designs, The Kensington offers 4,360 square feet of finished interior living space on three levels, plus a 3-car garage. We’ve planned the luxury finishes that are standard in every Kettler Forlines Home, like wider oak hardwood floors, extraordinary kitchen, and architectural details that make these residences stand out. We put extra care in the design and construction, so you’ll see accents like a custom fireplace surround, solid wood dovetail cushion-close drawers in the kitchen, built-ins, knee-walls, columns, and trim work that demonstrates true craftsmanship.
The 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath Kensington home under construction at 18609 Compher Court is built on a half-acre-plus lot on a cul-de-sac, so you enjoy more space and more privacy! The finished walkout basement makes it easy to step out to your big, beautiful backyard.
The kitchen is often the deciding factor when you’re choosing a home. This home delivers the wow factor, with rich wood cabinetry, an oversized center island, quartz countertops, 5-burner gas cooktop, double wall ovens, and stainless steel appliances. You’re going to love the lasting beauty and easy care of quartz countertops—which is why we also include them in every bathroom in this home.
Just beyond the breakfast nook, you’ll get plenty of use from the sunroom, a four-seasons space where you can take in the peaceful view of your large yard.
The owner’s suite on the second floor has so much to offer! Your suite, which has two walk-in closets, and a luxurious bath. Three more bedrooms upstairs share two full baths, and we’ve placed a large laundry room on the second floor, where it’s more convenient.
Specially priced at $899,800, This new home under construction at The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing presents a unique opportunity to live life the way you’ve dreamed.
The Montgomery: Flexibility and dual home offices
Have you discovered the importance of a dedicated home office? Are you sharing your workspace with others in the family? If this sounds familiar, then you can appreciate the value of having two separate offices in your home.
The Montgomery floor plan we’re building at 18602 Compher Court in The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing could present the perfect fit for your 2020 way of life—and beyond. The popular loggia covered porch connects with the family room for great indoor-outdoor living.
This 6-bedroom, 4.5-bath home reflects true luxury living. The craftsmanship is evident here, from the distinctive exterior lines to every corner of every room inside. This 5,950-square-foot Montgomery is being built to one of many variations of the design, including 3 finished levels and an oversized, side-loaded 3-car garage. We’re situating this new home on a lot that’s more than a half-acre, giving you a fantastic backyard.
The main floor presents the open concept with sightlines flowing throughout the home. The natural light streaming through the large windows shines on the richness of the tongue-and-groove hardwood flooring. The main living area combines a family room—complete with a gas fireplace—and a breakfast nook, sunroom, and the gourmet kitchen that delights our homeowners. This inspiring kitchen includes an oversized center island along with a walk-in pantry and beverage station that separates the kitchen from the formal dining room.
What you’ll really love about this Montgomery home at The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing is the flexibility. The floor plan incorporates a variety of flex spaces. The first floor gives you two flex rooms on either side of the foyer. Convert one or both to home offices, if you like. The layout has more flex space on the second floor and a finished basement. Have you been yearning for a workout room or yoga studio? Would you like a designated “classroom” and homework station for the kids? Does a rec room seem like a good use of space if you had it? Well, this home gives you all of this.
The second-floor owner’s suite is another feature you need to experience. In addition to a generously sized bedroom, this suite has two walk-in closets and a spa bath with both a soaking tub and walk-in shower, plus separate vanities. This overall design defines sharing space in a more comfortable manner.
Another eye-catching feature is the octagonal overlook from the upstairs to the main level. Set off with a custom-crafted wood railing, this open space expands the airiness of the home.
The finished lower level can accommodate another bedroom, bathroom, family room, recreation room, hobby studio, home theater, office, or whatever your lifestyle demands.
The exquisite homes at 18602 Compher Court (priced at $979,695) and 18609 Compher Court ($899,800) in Poolesville, MD, are just beginning to take shape. There are many ways you can make choices to transform the home of your choice into the home of our dreams! Talk to George Neill for details. Kettler Forlines Homes has a limited number of large homesites remaining at The Reserve at Brightwell Crossing, so don’t wait to explore life at this exceptional location in Poolesville.