For those looking for a home in the Southtowns, the Carnegie Heights subdivision in Hamburg still has eight lots available plus the model for sale at a location that is both convenient to the village and has easy access to the NYS Thruway or to downtown Buffalo via Camp Road to Route 5.
The model home at 3644 Delilah Lane includes many amenities, but what Nothnagle Realtor Katelyn LaRusch, who represents Eddy & Lewin Homes, says she likes best about the home is the efficient use of space.
At approximately 2, 213 square feet, the design manages to serve the owners in a way that is practical yet elegant.
“There is no wasted space,” LaRusch said. “The design benefits everybody.”
Entering the front door flanked by side light windows, hardwood flooring leads to the kitchen, dinette and living room across the rear of the home, while at the front is dining room to the left and office/den space closed off by French doors to the right. A small half bath is located on the first floor too.
“One of the home’s nicer features are the higher baseboards,” said LaRusch. The model takes busy living into account, with another of LaRusch’s favorites, a mudroom with built in cubbies located off the two-car garage.
The kitchen itself is as pretty as it is functional, with a cream colored subway tile backsplash and granite countertops and sink. The island/breakfast bar has built in storage space while above is pendant lighting.
Tall kitchen cabinets go to the ceiling. There is also recessed lighting and a built in microwave and dishwasher. Around the corner from the kitchen is a handy first floor laundry as well as a large pantry for storage.
The kitchen is open to the carpeted living room with cathedral ceilings. In between the spaces is a dinette with doors that lead to the backyard. The living room includes a gas fireplace that will cozy up all three areas during colder months; there is central air for summer.
The spindle rail staircase in the two-story foyer entrance leads to the carpeted second floor where there are four bedrooms. The master suite to the right has its own master bath with a walk in tile shower and double sinks in a taller vanity. And for the clothes horse, there’s a huge walk-in closet.
A separate full bath with a tub services the other bedrooms, and there is a linen closet upstairs for storing sheets, towels and more. LaRusch pointed out another subtle feature throughout the entire home – the use of oil rubbed bronze fixtures including in the bathrooms and front porch.
Outside the curb appeal is enhanced by dark charcoal siding with white trim. The covered full front porch protects visitors from inclement weather as well as provides the perfect place to relax on a summer day.
The model home is listed at $349,900 and open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Deliah Lane is located off Bradford Street which is accessed off Sowles Road near Southwestern. Eddy & Lewin homes start in the $200,000s.
To see floorplans, visit eddylewin.com. For more information about Carnegie Heights contact Katelyn LaRusch at 982-1075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.