07 Jul The Summerlin Model Home Opens in Myrtle Beach, SC.
The Summerlin 1274 Model Home Opens in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Arthur Rutenberg Homes completed a new furnished and professionally decorated model home constructed by Monterey Homes, LLC. in Myrtle Beach, SC. The Summerlin 1274 is found in the Waterbridge community in Myrtle Beach and is Arthur Rutenberg Homes latest model home in South Carolina.
The model home exemplifies what today’s buyers demand in high-end house building; inspired design joined with luxury and function. The living space is extended by the veranda, with its built in outside kitchen, through the great room’s grand sliding glass doors.
The open design of this 3,264 square foot, three Bedroom, three and an half Bath home, complete with a bonus room home create a tranquil environment, enhanced throughout with stylish details to make the home a true showcase.
The lavish master suite of the model home provides oversize walk in-closets, a huge bath with a free-standing tub, separate dressing tables, walk in shower and private water closet. The grand, open kitchen features a large center island with seating bar large enough for both family parties and entertaining.
Find out more about the Summerlin model home and other Arthur Rutenberg Homes near Myrtle Beach, SC. Phone Heather Welch at (843)-310-0185.
About Monterey Bay Homes, LLC.
Monterey Bay Homes, the custom builder of the Summerlin model home, is an independently owned and managed franchise by custom homebuilding experts, Jamie Brewer, David Schenck and Jim Wolfe.
Jim Wolfe and franchisees David Schenck have created a reputation for building extraordinary homes of enduring quality and long-term worth in the Carolinas since 1980. As Regional President, Jamie Brewer has over 15 years of expertise with Arthur Rutenberg Homes. Monterey Bay Homes, LLC brings a wealth of expertise to the Carolinas.
Their alliance with Arthur Rutenberg Homes enables them to offer homebuyers the chance to design and build with a houshold name in custom home building.
Since 1953 Arthur Rutenberg has been executing the four “bases” that make him infamous: design, craftsmanship, service and duty. Both David and Jamie are recognized as Accredited Green Professionals with the National Association of Homebuilders.