Wayne Homes split-level homes are now more affordable

December 1, 2010

Wayne Homes has taken three of its most popular split-level home designs and, by getting a little less fancy with some of the trimmings, reduced prices by thousands of dollars.

“Over the past year, we’ve had more people looking for super-affordable split-level floorplans,” says Maurie Jones, Vice President of Marketing for Wayne Homes. “It’s understandable. Split-level homes make such efficient use of space. They give you a lot of home for the money. And now these new home plans give you even more.”

Jones explains that the three new home designs — the Princeton, the Lexington and the Lexington II — are not actually all-new. “We started with three of the best-selling homes in our Signature Series and turned them into Lifestyle Series homes.” In other words, the new versions have the same layout and square footage as the original homes, but with a few less bells and whistles.

“For example, our Signature Series includes Pella wood clad windows. Our Lifestyle Series has Andersen vinyl clad windows, Jones says. They’re both excellent, energy efficient windows.”

Jones says that two of the homes, the Lexington and the Princeton, are available with Wayne’s new Craftsman architecture. “It’s gorgeous. It really makes the exterior of a split-level home feel warm and welcoming,” Jones says. Then she adds with a chuckle, “It also makes the home look like it cost a lot more than it did.”

Floorplans and exteriors of the new home designs are viewable at WayneHomes.com.

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