Red Seal Homes to Host Oct. 28 Grand Opening for New Decorated Townhome Model at Provenance Near Northbrook, Ill.

  • Northbrook-based Red Seal Homes invites buyers to an Oct. 28 grand opening celebration for its new decorated model townhome at Provenance, a community of single-family homes, duplexes and townhomes in the Northbrook area of unincorporated Cook County, Ill. Red Seal Homes

    Northbrook-based Red Seal Homes invites buyers to an Oct. 28 grand opening celebration for its new decorated model townhome at Provenance, a community of single-family homes, duplexes and townhomes in the Northbrook area of unincorporated Cook County, Ill. Red Seal Homes

 
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Updated 10/19/2017 12:02 PM

Red Seal Homes invites prospective homebuyers to attend a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Oct. 28, for a new decorated model townhome at Provenance, the builder's master-planned community of single-family homes, duplexes and townhomes in the Northbrook area of unincorporated Cook County, Ill. During the event, taking place from 12 to 4 p.m., attendees can meet the sales team, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and tour the new model as well as an immediate-delivery townhome located next door.

"We just opened the doors of our new model at the beginning of October, and even in that short time we've had a lot of prospects stop in who have been watching the progress of Provenance and are eager to tour a completed home," said Brian Hoffman, an executive with Red Seal Homes. "Our model grand opening event is simply a way to celebrate this milestone for Provenance, and show off the convenient floor plan features and beautiful finishes that all homes in the community will offer. Plus, with an immediate-delivery townhome currently available, buyers who fall in love with the community have an opportunity to move in as soon as this fall."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Located at Techny Road and Pensive Lane, Provenance includes 82 townhome residences, known as The Terraces, which are priced from $498,900 and measure 2,081 to 2,664 square feet; 34 duplex homes, called The Villas, priced from $624,900 and measuring 1,807 to 3,606 square feet; and 21 single-family homes, called The Estates, which are priced from $949,900 and measure 2,948 to 4,362 square feet.

Showcasing Terrace Plan 3, a 2,350-square-foot two-story design priced from $549,900, the new professionally decorated model features three bedrooms, 2½ baths, an attached two-car garage and a full unfinished basement. The model highlights the floor plan's open first-floor layout, with the kitchen separated from the great room and dining area by an expansive island. Upstairs the model opens into a convenient loft space adjacent to a second-floor laundry room. The master suite, with generously sized his-and-her walk-in closets and a spa-like master bath, and two secondary bedrooms round out the second floor.

"We added some great customizations to the model, such as a built-in butler's pantry and bar area adjacent to the kitchen, but it also illustrates included features like 9-foot first-floor ceilings, site-finished oak flooring throughout the main living areas, 42-inch kitchen cabinetry and a stainless steel appliance package," noted Hoffman.

Buyers can also tour the recently completed move-in-ready townhome next door to the new model. Listed at $525,246, the inventory home features Terrace Plan 2, a two-level design with three bedrooms, 2½ baths, an attached two-car garage and full unfinished basement. Measuring 2,099 square feet, the home has a casual, wide open first floor that, according to Hoffman, is appealing to buyers ranging from young couples and families to empty nesters. The second floor includes a spacious master suite, two secondary bedrooms, a loft space and laundry room.

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Red Seal's in-house design team selected a coordinated package of finishes for the home, including ebony-stained wood flooring that runs throughout the main living areas and a high-end kitchen with gray-toned maple cabinetry, quartz countertops in a soft white with gray veining, and stainless steel appliances.

"Our team chose a modern palette, with lots of neutrals and grays, to give buyers a stepping off point to personalize the home with their own aesthetic and décor preferences," said Hoffman.

Those who attend the model grand opening will also see work is well underway on a landscaped community common with a waterfall, which will be the centerpiece of Provenance. Walking paths connect the common with a series of smaller parks throughout the community, including picnic areas and a playground.

Residents at Provenance will enjoy a prime North Shore location, convenient to both Interstate 294 and Lake Cook Road. The community has easy access to plentiful shopping and dining in downtown Northbrook and on nearby Willow Road. Additionally, Provenance is served by award-winning Northbrook District 31 schools and Glenbrook North High School.

The Provenance model home and sales center is located at 3706 Provenance Way and is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Mondays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule a tour, contact Carrie Matthies at (847) 417-3056. For more information on Provenance, visit www.homesatprovenance.com, and to learn more about Red Seal Homes, visit www.redsealhomes.com.

About Red Seal Homes: Over the last 81 years, Red Seal Homes has built more than 50 residential developments and more than 6,000 residences in the Chicago area. Since its founding in 1934, Red Seal has established itself as one of Chicago's most acclaimed builders, winning prestigious awards on an annual basis.

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