When you step into a Carbine & Associates home, Daryl Walny, vice president of operations, says there are several distinct building elements which define a home as being produced by the national award-winning builders.
“Craftmanship, balanced floor plan and superior building materials are three of the most important characteristics of a Carbine home,” Walny said. “We have earned a 30 year record of building excellence and take great pride in each home we build throughout out the Middle Tennessee area from Spring Hill and Belle Meade to our newly launched Brentwood-area Terrabrooke neighborhood and Kenrow Corner in The Nations.”
Walny said a recently completed French Country home in Kings’ Chapel in Arrington is a great example of a Carbine build. The home is located at 4310 Kings Camp Court and is listed for sale at $969, 900. (Contact Kings’ Chapel Broker Katrina Roberts for more information at 615-804-7227.)
Here are some of the elements you’ll find in the Kings’ Chapel home which the Carbine team weaves into each of their custom homes.
You’ll find great attention-to-detail and superior craftsmanship. Walny said the Kings’ Chapel home has gorgeous building elements from a heavy steel front door and brick arch in the entry foyer to exposed beams and beautiful fireplaces. All of these elements work together to create the gorgeous 5,216 square foot home.
Balanced Floor Plan.
The Kings’ Chapel home is a good example of smart space planning. Designed with Chris Gill, Gill Group Design, the home has an open floor plan which integrates interior and exterior living spaces. The house’s center core is an outdoor courtyard with the home designed around it. Seen very commonly in California designs, Walny said Carbine is embracing this principle of weaving outdoor living into indoor spaces as often as possible. The overall design of the home has a smart, balanced floor plan that could accommodate families in any stage in life.
Some of the products Carbine uses to create superior homes is Advantech flooring, one of the best floors on the market with waterproof material which protects during framing. LP TechShield is on the roof for energy efficiency. Dow house wrap and Jeld-Wen Windows are also used on the Kings’ Chapel home.
Walny said his standard as a builder in selecting these products is longevity, proven product reputation, a good warranty and competitive pricing.
Most of all, Walny says he loves the cozy, warm feel of the Kings’ Chapel house.
“The overall character of the house is warmth and we wanted to be able to see a family living there. It is just over 5,000 square feet . The space is smart, offers plenty of common areas for great family times and privacy,” Walny said.
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