2154 Enchanted Summit


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A home with a really nice curb appeal with its southwestern contemporary look. It’s tall and has full arch windows with built-in corbel. It includes 8-foot exterior doors and an 8-foot garage door.

In the interior the cabinet work is all wood, with custom mosaic tile backsplash in bathrooms and kitchen. The family room is large with a 20-foot ceiling and custom floating beams that extend into the kitchen. The lighting is excellent and creates a bright environment. The kitchen is a chef’s dream, extending across by 10 feet. It has stainless steel whirlpool appliances.

The oversized showers are fully tiled to the ceiling with overhead shower heads. The tile selections are subtle and go really well with the theme of the home. It has a full glass enclosure in the master bath. The master bath has floating mirrors and there is a built-in make-up desk in the center of this resort-like master bathroom.

Extensive areas to hang out or to entertain in the family room. Spacious pantry in the kitchen. Plenty of windows towards the backyard, to bring in a natural amount of light.

It has a 2-year roof warranty, HERO Program, move-in ready, spray foam insulation, and it’s priced to sell.

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ICON Home Custom Builder is proud to be a RESNET Energy Smart Builder and is committed to increasing the energy performance of the custom homes we build..

Outside of a mortgage loan, the highest cost of homeownership is energy. That’s why smart homebuyers ask for a home’s HERS Index Score to determine its energy efficiency before buying. The HERS Index Score is like an MPG (miles-per-gallon) sticker for homes. After all, it makes sense to know the energy performance of a home before making the investment.

Visit Hersindex.com for more information.

Some answers that will help you in the process

With home energy costs skyrocketing, it only makes sense to find out how energy efficient a home really is. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that a home built to the 2004 International Energy Conservation Code uses 30% less energy than older homes. Many builders today are building homes that use 70% less energy than existing ones.

A home built to the 2004 International Energy Conservation Code is awarded a rating of 100 on the HERS Index. This is taken as the RESNET Reference Home. The lower a home rates, the more energy efficient it is. Therefore, a home with a rating of 70 on the HERS Index is 30% more efficient than the RESNET Reference Home. A rating of 130, however, is 30% less efficient than the RESNET Reference Home.

The RESNET HERS Index is the industry standard by which a home’s energy efficiency is measured. The HERS or Home Energy Rating System was developed by RESNET and is the nationally recognized system for inspecting, testing and calculating a home’s energy performance. Certified RESNET Home Energy Raters conduct inspections to verify a home’s energy efficiency and recommend improvements that can be made to increase it.