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:
-Oversized walk-in pantries
-built-in back yard storage sheds
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.
Braselton Homes enjoyed the chance to visit with some enterprising young men and women this month when the students from the Hammons Education Leadership Program visited with our construction staff and visited a few homes under construction to find out more about the construction industry.
Tim Honea, Vice President of Construction at Braselton Homes, Inc., dropped by Moody High School to speak to a construction class about opportunities within the industry. The following week, the students visited our Oso Creek subdivision to tour homes in various stages of construction.
Our team enjoyed the opportunity to tell these students about our industry, and the students appreciated the opportunity to see what we had to offer- and learn about all the work that went into the construction of their homes!
Thanks to the Caller Times for covering this story for us. For more info: http://www.caller.com/story/news/education/2017/03/14/moody-hs-help-students-get-taste-construction-profession/99184680/
We are blessed with mild winters here in South Texas. This means that for many months of the year we can enjoy our backyards when most of the rest of the country is googling “how to cure cabin fever and Seasonal Affective Disorder.” Having outdoor spaces that serve as an extension of indoor living space, such as a dining patio off the kitchen or an outdoor living room extending from your living room, welcomes the outdoors in with a great use of windows and doors as well as inviting your family and guests to step outside to visit with Mother Nature.
Our floor plans incorporate these elements. We put inviting patios steps away from living areas so that you can’t wait to head outside with your morning coffee or evening cocktail (or your kids even want to put down the video game controller and join you!). Some of our homes even feature courtyards out front that create a serene moment for you the moment you enter your space. Many of our homes are on or close to lakes and ponds and large parkland that create the beautiful view (and cool breezes!) that water provides.
One of the most fun parts of building a Braselton home is the fun the homeowner has customizing the home to make it exactly the way they want it to be. When you buy a used home, you are paying for someone else’s design decisions, but a new home is a blank canvas that you can personalize and make your own.
This is an amazing opportunity, but also can be an overwhelming burden of too many choices. There’s also always the scary scenario where design decisions don’t all work together and a house ends up a mishmash of too many styles and colors- this can make your dream house a nightmare!
Fortunately, at Braselton Homes we are committed to the quality of our product, building homes that are stylish, modern and design forward while at the same time expressing the unique style of the homeowner. We take that commitment seriously, and so we are the only local builder with an in-house interior designer who chooses the available options for flooring, tile, appliances, stone, paint, etc. This ensures that your home is something you can be proud of for generations to come.
So come on by and meet Cilinda, our in-house designer, and let her help you create the home of your dreams!
The Braselton team had a ton of fun ice skating with the Ice Rays December 20 as we hosted a Winter Wonderland skate night to benefit the Women’s Shelter of South Texas. Thanks to all 200 people who came out to skate with us- and helped us raise $2500 and over $500 in toys to donate to our local women’s shelter.
“This time of year it is especially touching for us to help the women who are escaping domestic abuse and poverty at the shelter and are working on building new lives for themselves and their children,” said Bart Braselton.
Braselton Homes is proud to announce the honorees given awards at the annual company dinner November 18 at the Corpus Christi Country Club.
The honorees are Salesperson of the Year – Joe Recio, Construction Employee of the year – Bryan Burns, Administrative Employee of the Year – Trisha Gracey, Supplier of the Year – Zarsky Lumber, Major Subcontractor of the year – Custom Filtration & Plumbing, Subcontractor of the year – Reynaldo Reyes, Atta Girl Recognition – Heather Eoff, Atta Girl Recognition – Alma Phillips.
Thanks to everyone who made 2016 such a great year!
The Braselton family, employee family, and friends had a marvelous time on the ice with the @IceRays October 22 at the American Bank Center- thanks to everyone who came out for this family friendly event benefitting the Food Bank of Corpus Christi!
Our favorite moments included Bree and Bryson Braselton whizzing around the ice thanks to Ice Rays players ready to lend a hand- guys, you’ve made two little fans for life! This is just another fantastic example of the Corpus Christi community coming together for fun and fellowship to support a great cause- and we thank all of you and the Ice Rays for making it possible!
This weekend, Braselton Homes will fund one of our favorite charities with one of the most fun “fundraisers” of the year. Join us Saturday October 22 at the American Bank Center for an evening ice skating with the Ice Rays. Your $10 per person donation to the Food Bank is your admission fee, and you’ll spend the evening enjoying a fun Halloween costume contest and skating with the Rays players and mascot. The fun begins at 6:30 and continues till 9 p.m.
This is a great opportunity to make sure the Food Bank can keep its activities going all year round feeding local families who are struggling to make ends meet. See you on the ice!
Check out the adorable pictures of houses drawn by the sweet children over at the E.C.F. Community Center in the West Side neighborhood in Corpus Christi! We spent the summer helping out with their tutoring program and then had a great time handing out backpacks of school supplies before school began this year, but we definitely feel that those kids gave much more to us than we did to them during the process.
We told them that we design and build houses for a living and they decided to give us some renderings to give us ideas. Collaborative projects like this one make our community stronger!
Look in our model homes for the next few months to see their awesome artwork!
The Braselton family was pleased to have the opportunity to get the school year started off right for dozens of local school kids this year. Recently, Michelle and Bart stopped by the ECF Community Center: http://www.ecf-cc.org to visit with the kids who participate in the organization’s tutoring program and give out backpacks full of school supplies so they were ready and excited about the upcoming Fall semester.
These kids are the future of our community, and supporting their education is one of the ways that we feel will have the most impact on the decades to come. Not to mention that we had fun hanging out with them!