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CYPRESS  — Coventry Homes recently opened a new model home in Towne Lake, offering prospective homebuyers a 3-D peek at the range of options and upgrades available to them.

The builder chose to highlight the largest of the 18 designs it offers for 60-foot homesites in the Cypress community. Located at 18019 Winding Willow Oak Way, the Kamay boasts five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, high-end finishes and the features homebuyers say they most want in a home.

“We are thrilled to be able to showcase this floor plan,” said Paul Blackburn, region president for McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc., (MHI), parent company of Coventry Homes. “Our architects understand that families need a home that helps them maintain a balance between work and play. The Kamay features a study large enough to accommodate two people as well as media and game rooms. All of which are standard.”

The media room is located on the first floor, adding to the home’s already capacious entertaining areas — including a formal dining room. Both the breakfast nook and the primary suite sport large bay windows with views of the backyard.

Notable optional features showcased include a dome ceiling at the entry and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the family room. Sliding glass doors lead to the Texas-sized covered patio with an outdoor kitchen.

Homes situated on 60-foot homesites are priced from the $440,000s. Coventry also builds on 80-foot homesites in Towne Lake, with pricing from the $620,000s.

Towne Lake boasts the largest private lake in the Houston area and is the only community connected by water. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a rentable room for parties, tennis courts, a playground, resort-style swimming pool and children’s playground. The Boardwalk, offers shopping, dining, and a business center within the community and can be accessed via boat. Students attend highly regarded Cypress-Fairbanks ISD schools.

To learn more about Coventry Homes visit www.coventryhomes.com.

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