Sitterle Homes Opens Model in Balcones Creek Gardens

September 1, 2014    By: Sitterle Homes

Sitterle Homes’ newest model home, located in Balcones Creek Gardens, is San Antonio’s first chance to see the builder’s popular Madrid plan as a model.

The Madrid opened in the Boerne community in late August. The garden home design features a study, covered porch, cathedral ceilings, a three-car tandem garage and an optional bonus room. Other highlights of the model, base-priced in the 360,000s, include an entertainer kitchen with a broad island, 36-inch cooktop, double ovens and built-in recycle bin. The master bath has furniture-style cabinetry and each bedroom has an en suite bath.

The Madrid is one of five designs Sitterle Homes offers in Balcones Creek Gardens. The plans range from 1,843 to 2,493 square feet and prices are from the $320,000s. Two homes are underway, the Bremen design, which is complete at 29043 Axis View and offers two bedrooms, ample storage, an open common area and covered porch; and the 2,493-square-foot Bordeaux plan at 29050 Axis View. Ready in early October, the home has three bedrooms, a three-car garage, a private study and an island kitchen.

Buyer response has been enthusiastic, says Sitterle Homes sales representative Paul Cooper.

“We’ve had interest from not just buyers in San Antonio and Boerne, but from people who live in Kerrville, Fredericksburg and other areas who want to move closer to San Antonio,” he said. “People who have five, 10, 20 acres — even ranches — want to move closer, downsize and travel. We offer exterior landscaping maintenance, as well as security monitoring, which makes it easy for people to leave for extended periods without worry.”

Balcones Creek Gardens is north of San Antonio along the Interstate 10 corridor near the Shops at LaCantera and Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Crews will soon begin renovating an 1886 homestead that will serve as the Balcones Creek community center. The stone farmhouse will be adjacent to a junior Olympic pool, playground and other amenities.

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