-We had a slider in our plans, but we're told the French door on the morning room is now standard. So what was a $995 upgrade was now included. Very nice.
-Full sod front and back
-No problem for them to add cross brace support for wall mounted TV's
-Original plan has exhaust fan in master bath over the toilet in the water closet which makes no sense. I asked to have the vent moved to the shower area, and the PM said it makes total sense, and was immediately approved to change.
-The rest of the meeting was pretty uneventful and basically covered every option we requested.
-PM couldn't tell me when they will be breaking ground. Told "maybe this week, maybe next".
-Best PM could tell me for completion was "December". He said at pre-drywall he should know better.
-SR told us, and included in an email that with the 3 car garage we got 2 openers included. PM said it's 1 and none on the 3rd car. SR said she thought it was 2. So still waiting for the answer, either way, they will be providing us with 2 free of charge. That's what we were told, that's what they will provide.
-I'll add more if I can think of it.
Overall it was not overwhelming or too much info. If anything I wouldn't have minded if we went even more in depth.
Well since our house is no closer to having ground broken, I figured I'd include some pics of the general area.
This is the Village's pavilion area where they do concerts in the park, etc. The model can be seen between the pavilion pillars. The houses on the right are from the first builder. The open area in the back will be the home sites. The park area is only a short walk from the residential.
Splash pad and playground in the same area as the pavilion. Village Hall in the back (white dome).
Little lake and walking path area. Feels like we are in the country even though we're in an otherwise dense urban area
Google maps view. You can see park in the lower left and Village Hall to the right. I joke that you have to go over the draw bridge and moat to our subdivision. We'll be on Moran with our backyard being a cornfield, which I love!