At a time when most area builders are pulling back or canceling projects, Nappier & Turner Construction Co. is confidently moving ahead with their newest community in Hendersonville.
Brookstone Cottages and Foxchase Cluster Homes will be a community of firsts: The first in Henderson County to feature all NC HealthyBuilt Homes and ENERGY STAR® rated as standard construction. The first woman-centric designed community in Western North Carolina. And the first in WNC to participate in the EPA’s new WaterSense Program.
These features, coupled with Nappier & Turner’s nearly 30-year reputation of designing unique neighborhood communities, will put them well ahead of the curve as current market conditions continue to improve.
These homes will range in square footage from 1,339 sq. ft. to 2,029 sq. ft., all on one level with exterior maintenance provided by the HOA. Homes are projected to be priced from $239,900 to $315,900.
Stress in her life is the number one compelling theme for women. The woman-centric approach to these homes creates “de-stressing” floor plans with less clutter, more natural light, more storage, and a low-maintenance exterior. Homes emphasize their “livability” through color-coded plans showing areas for de-stressing, entertaining, flexible living, and organizing. Designated drop zones as you enter your home allow you to keep clutter out of your living areas and flex designs anticipate your changing needs over a period of time.
All of these Hendersonville homes will be built to the NC HealthyBuilt Homes standards and will be ENERGY STAR® rated. With an NC HealthyBuilt Home, you will enjoy a higher performance home that is built to rigorous standards for comfort and durability. The ENERGY STAR® rating will mean your home is at least 15% more efficient than typical homes. All in all, they will be healthier homes to live in and less expensive to operate.
Recently, the EPA designated seven builders across the United States to participate in their WaterSense Single-Family Homes Pilot Program. Nappier & Turner Construction Co., Inc. was one of those builders. This program will establish new standards in water efficiency, and homeowners who purchase a WaterSense-labeled home can expect to save up to 10,000 gallons of water per year, which also translates to significant energy and financial savings.