For homebuyers in search of premiere patio home living accompanied by the benefits of condominium convenience, look no further than Marrano’s new Patios at Windstone community. Nestled along the Onondaga Escarpment, just minutes from the Village of Williamsville, sits Windstone — a charming community featuring 42 patio home sites, only 30 of which remain for purchase after pre-sales.
“As the local pioneer of the patio home concept, I’m thrilled to announce the grand opening of our Windstone community,” said Jim Marrano, executive vice president of operations, Marrano Homes. “We’ve dedicated significant time, resources and heart to make Windstone a place that people want to call home. We are excited by the demand that we’ve seen so far. When buyers have as much passion for our communities as we do, well, that’s about all you can ask for.”
Windstone offers free-standing patio homes with a homeowner’s association to manage all exterior maintenance. In addition, Marrano provides condominium status that entitles Windstone homeowners to significant tax savings. These amenities attract a variety of buyers who all share a common interest for home ownership without the burden of exterior maintenance.
Marrano’s Patios at Windstone community offers a selection of deep home sites, similar to cul-de-sac lots. Typical designs feature a spacious living and dining room combination, two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Owners can even personalize their patio home, working directly with knowledgeable professionals through Marrano’s design center. “Wine cellars, theatre rooms, an arts and crafts room — you name it — we’ll make it happen,” added Marrano.
Windstone’s model home, a 2,071-square foot ranch located at 260 Northill Drive, is open for viewing. Professionally decorated, from the artist’s easel in the sunroom to the flower arrangement on the dining room table, the home features a mid-century, modern chic décor. Coined by Marrano’s interior designers, “It’s where mid-century artiste meets
a modern artist’s gallery.”
Walk through the door be greeted by timeless elegance and an inviting tone.
An expansive kitchen features quartz countertops, a subway tile backsplash and modern brushed brass hardware. French vanilla cabinets accented by crown molding and glass display doors give the kitchen a clean, contemporary appearance.
The kitchen opens into a spacious great room and dining room, featuring a grand vaulted ceiling. A gas fireplace accentuated by stone and an oak mantle serves as the focal point of the room, while a joint sunroom boasts a window wall that allows an abundance of natural light to come in.
The master suite offers a spacious walk-in closet, seating area and luxurious private bathroom. The bathroom vanity, made with quartz countertops, features brushed brass hardware, double sinks, a built-in storage tower and decorative oval mirrors.
An expanded ceramic shower has a corner bench seat and two niches for convenient storage. A second bedroom and full bathroom neighbor the master suite, while wrought iron and oak railings lead to an upstairs loft area that can transform into a hobby room, third bedroom or whatever the owner needs it to be.
“We’re all about the details,” said Marrano. “That’s why we take pride in making spectacular features the standard and professionally decorating every feature of the home. It’s important that homebuyers can envision themselves living here. Because at the end of the day, we’re not just thinking about the quality of the home. We’re thinking about quality of life.”
Marrano’s Windstone community combines modern convenience with historical charm. Conveniently located to shopping, restaurants and access to the New York State Thruway,
Windstone is also home to the Goodyear Water Tower. Marrano pledged to preserve this iconic landmark, which resembles an old lighthouse.
Marrano’s Windstone patio homes range from the $380,000s to the $450,000s. Windstone’s model home at 260 Northill Drive is open for viewing every day from 1 to 5 p.m., except for Thursday and Friday. For more information, please visit marrano.com.
(Photos Jim Lesinski.)