For the first time ever, Cypress recently built one of our latest floor plans, the Anabelle! This model was inspired by a popular ranch plan, the Carabelle, which we then converted to a functional 1 1/2 story design. We are really pleased with how it turned out and hope you love it just as much as we do.
Notable features from this unique home include expansive windows throughout the main living area, seperate master vanities, and beautiful medium stained natural wood cabinets throughout. Continue scrolling to see all the details of this remarkable home! Remember to sign up for our building guide & newsletter for regular updates on the build processes---just one of the many reasons Cypress Homes was named Best of the Valley in 2020.
The home was built in Savannah Heights subdivision in Greenville, WI, which has blossomed into one of the premier communities in the area. Savannah Heights offers easy access to walking trails, and is conveniently located just a short drive from the Fox River Mall Area for shopping and entertainment. Located near the intersection of Hwy 76 and Hwy 96, the location allows easy driving to both Appleton and Oshkosh. The unique topography of the land really sets itself apart from other, less hilly, subdivisions. These elevation changes throughout the subdivision allow for basement exposure on some lots. Savannah Heights will be finished with asphalt streets, curb & gutter all included (no special assessment will be charged). All necessary utilities (gas, electric, sewer, and water) are accessible throughout the subdivision.
If you or someone you know is looking to build, give us a call at (920) 734-2324. We'd be happy to talk with you about pricing and design options. We also have many new spec homes available if you're looking for something a little further along in the build process. And don't forget to dive into our virtual tour page to really get a great 3-dimensional feel for most of our spaces, including this Annabelle model.
Below are the floor plans of this model. For more information, click on either of the images.
This post was written by Greg Drusch