A Place for Everything

As the school year winds to a close, and shouts of “School’s Out for the Summer!” resound throughout the Coastal Bend, parents everywhere ( having survived another year of soccer schedules, PTA meetings, teacher appreciation luncheons, spelling tests, science fair projects, and carpool lines)  start the annual “Spring Cleaning”.  Out go the lunch boxes, old cleats, and backpacks…and everything else collected during the year that has found its way into our homes.

And every year, at this time, as the closets, pantries, and playrooms are purged, parents everywhere resolve that  NEXT YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT!  that we  will never let this  happen  again. Next school year…. they will be organized.

But, we know its not just the kids; we parents have too much stuff too. Closets and attics are bursting , and the garage is full of everything….but cars.

Remember when your mother said, “A place for everything and everything in its place?” With Braselton Home designs, no space is wasted and every nook and cranny of our homes is designed to give you the organized, efficient home that you want (and keep pinning on Pinterest) but thought you could never have.

And, so at Braselton Homes, we have designed our new homes to address this problem .  Just as important as the numbers of bedrooms and bathrooms that a home has should be the number of Storage Areas ….places to put our stuff and to keep it all  organized.

BraseltonBuilt homes have unique and clever storage solutions built right into them so with your Braselton Home, you can save that money that you now spend each month at your  storage unit location.

Today,  our most popular Home Storage solutions  include:

-Drop Zones

-Oversized walk-in pantries

-Butler pantries

-built-in back yard storage sheds

-Texas Basements

-“Storehouse” Units

-“Tech” Bars

Today, we will review the” little miracle” we call the Drop Zone. In Northern areas , these spaces are  called a “mudroom”…however, we have taken that area , upped the ante, and  turned this small space into the hardest working room in your house. A place to “drop” your keys and packages  when you get home, this room  has added storage benches, hooks, cubbies and even desks,  to provide “homes” not only  for the kids packpacks and  sports gear, but also for the monthly bills and mail.

Come check out our newest model home, at 3126 Maverick Drive, located in the award-winning Tuloso Midway school district and within walking distance to the Tuloso- Midway Elementary school, in our Hunter’s Creek Neighborhood;  homes in this neighborhood start in the $160’s, and are a family’s dream come true.

In the Model Home, at the Owners Entry from the garage The Drop Zone is the first thing that greets you. With this location, the kids can store their aforementioned sports gear, backpacks, and all their other “stuff” neatly. The can put it  away immediately, so its  ready for tomorrow.

And, along with the other “kid-friendly” aspects of this Braselton Home, the open floor plan, walk-in  pantry, and  abundance of natural light make this the perfect home for your family to enjoy.

The location of this Hunter’s Creek is ideal….  2 minutes from I-37, but in the protection of the rolling hills of the Northwest.  It’s just minutes to the Fulton Corridor and  downtown, as well as close to churches, parks and shopping.   Hunters Creek offers  all the peace and quiet of a suburb without  the traffic. It is among the the best living areas that our city has to offer. For a map and more info, visit us at Braseltonhomes.com.



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