Some of the new show homes in Livingston.
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While it may take a while for some people to see how their new house handles a large gathering, Ian and Sarah Paloma had their look shortly after the moving truck arrived.
The young couple and their two daughters recently took possession of their new home through Jayman Built in the north Calgary community of Livingston by Brookfield Residential. One of the qualities they were looking for was an open floor plan, making it easy to host.
“We’ve already tested it out,” says Sarah. “They helped us move in and stayed, and we ordered pizza.”
“We had 20 people inside our house and six of them were kids, so plenty of room on the main floor for everyone to hang out and spend time together.”
Along with Jayman, builders in Livingston are Morrison Homes, Homes by Avi, Cedarglen Homes, Brookfield, and Avi Urban. Daytona Homes will join the community later this year.
The home styles currently available include front-drive single-family homes, laned single-family homes, duplexes, conventional townhomes, fee-simple townhomes, and apartment-style condos.
The Palomas bought Jayman’s Vivid floor plan, which has a two-car front-attached garage. It has three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and measures 1,860 square feet.
With daughters aged two and four years old, play space was paramount, and their new home has a front-facing bonus room that gives them just that.
“We zoned off a little area in the bonus room and it’s nice because Ian and I can sit and watch basketball or whatever is on and they’re right beside us, or they can run to the bedroom on the same floor and grab whatever they want and come back,” Sarah says.
The floor plan is one that the family can see itself growing into.
“They’re beautiful, spacious bedrooms with bigger windows than I’m used to,” says Sarah.
In fact, Ian and Sarah liked the size and placement of …read more
Source:: Calgary Herald