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Custom Home Builder Schumacher Homes Unveils Additional Dual Suite Model Home at Their Greenville, SC Location

Dual Suite multi-generational home is the newest addition to this location

DUNCAN, S.C., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Schumacher Homes, America's Largest Custom Homebuilder based in Canton, OH is pleased to announce the opening of their first Dual Master Suite model home as an additional attraction to their Model Home Center and design center in the Greenville, SC homebuilding market. This location now boasts three spacious and unique homes that display the best in award winning designs.

The newest home is the Oakley G Dual Master Suite. This spacious, one-story home is 2312 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms, including two Master Suites and 2 full baths. Built for multi-generational living, this home boasts the latest in architectural design and outstanding features. Some of these include a vaulted ceiling in the great room with built in media niche, a cathedral ceiling in the kitchen and a trey ceiling in the master bedroom. In addition, the master bath has a large corner tub, spa inspired large tile and glass shower and granite topped vanity. The beautiful exterior with an expansive front porch provides tremendous curb appeal to this home. Whether you have parents moving back into your home, or adult children who need their own private space, the additional Master Suite is sure to provide just what you need to satisfy everyone in your home. Although this home includes two master suites, like any home we build it can be customized to fit the homeowner's needs and have the extra suite removed or changed to accommodate their lifestyle.

In addition to this newest home you can also find the New Haven II and the Spring Hill A open for touring at this location. Both of these homes have also had noticeable architectural style enhancements added recently. The New Haven II is a beautiful 3375 sq. ft. two story home. It boasts a wonderful two story great room with an expansive wall of windows that lets in an abundance of natural light, a first floor owner's retreat complete with two walk in closets and a glamour bath. This home has 3 full and 1 half bath, four bedrooms and a loft that could easily be converted to a fifth bedroom.

The Spring Hill A is a 2693 sq.ft. three bedroom home with 2 full and one half baths. This one story home boasts a gorgeous great room with coffered ceilings and a kitchen with a large party starter island that is perfect for entertaining.  In addition, the owner's retreat has a huge walk in closet and a walk in shower that is just beautiful.

All three of these custom homes will be on display at Schumacher Homes' Greenville location at 341 Inglesby Parkway Duncan, South Carolina, 2933 off I-85 at exit 63. Schumacher Homes has more than 30 model homes at various locations, but these are the first to be developed specifically for the Raleigh-Durham market.

About Schumacher Homes
Schumacher Homes, based in Canton, Ohio, is America's largest custom homebuilder, with operations in 32 markets in 14 states across the country. The National Housing Quality award winning company and recipient of the National Gold Winning Home of the Year has built over 10,000 homes since its founding by Paul Schumacher in 1992 – each one unique to the needs and lifestyle of the owners. Each Schumacher Homes location includes a one-stop design center. Full experience model homes are currently throughout their markets nationwide. For more information, visit www.schumacherhomes.com or follow Schumacher Homes on Twitter: www.twitter.com/SchumacherHomes or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SchumacherHome

Contact:   Mary Becker
               (330) 754-4884

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