Mission Village toasts first-phase closeout
Taylor Morrison is throwing a party to celebrate the closeout of the first phase of its Mission Village community in Brandon. The event at Mission Village, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 7, will feature homes reduced to their lowest-ever prices, says John Hennebery, vice president of sales and marketing for Taylor Morrison. Plus, Taylor Morrison will give other special incentives to anyone purchasing a home that weekend, he says. A representative from Taylor Morrison Home Funding will be on site to help qualify buyers to purchase. Free hot dogs and sodas will be served for all guests visiting the model homes at Mission Village all weekend. Fashioned after southern California architecture, Mission Village features three-story city homes with Spanish tile roofs and balconies. "These are high-end town homes at affordable prices, and in a great location with convenient access to hot spots in Tampa and Brandon," Hennebery says.Three floor plans are featured at Mission Village: the Cyprus, the Sicily and the Corsica - each have three-stories, two-car garages, balconies and Spanish tile roofs. At 1,799 square feet of living area, the Corsica is the largest home plan at Mission Village, featuring three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms. Priced at $199,777, the Corsica has three master-bedroom suites. Two bedrooms on the top floor and a bedroom on the second floor each have private bathrooms. A half-bathroom also is available for guests on the second floor. The Sicily, with 1,570 square feet of living space, is priced at $171,720, and features dual master suites. Each bedroom, on the top floor, has a private bathroom. The home features an additional half-bathroom. The Cyprus also has two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms. With 1,287-square feet of living space, the Cyprus is priced at $149,030. "The garages are very large with lots of room for storage, which is not typical of a more traditional town home product," Hennebery said. Models of the Cyprus and Sicily, as well as a move-in ready Corsica, are available for viewing. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Sunday. "These prices are phenomenal! When you consider these are a high-end town home product, you are getting a fantastic bargain," says Hennebery. Views from all of the homes "overlook a beautiful setting," Hennebery says, describing the mature landscaping, which includes 100-year-old oak trees and a huge pond with a fountain. Additionally, a 1,800-square-foot clubhouse, complete with a swimming pool, sun deck and lounging area, is available for residents. The clubhouse includes a complete kitchen. Pet owners might appreciate the pet run and pet park, as well. "Six homes are available now for immediate move-in," Hennebery says. "Mission Village is in a prime location because it's just about 10 miles to downtown Tampa and three miles to the Brandon Mall." To get to Mission Village from Interstate 75, exit on State Road 60 West, turn left on Falkenberg Road, drive about a quarter mile and turn left on Palm River Road. Mission Village is on the right. For information about Mission Village, call (813) 654-7695.
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