McKelvey Homes new Sommerlin community is now open! | Builder







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Prospective buyers now have the chance to get their first glimpse of Sommerlin, McKelvey’s highly anticipated new community, located on 25 acres near the intersection of HWY DD and Sommers Road, in O’Fallon, Missouri. Community development is underway. Pre-sales have started on-site with the sales office, located on Sommers Road, open daily, and this weekend shoppers have the chance to see the now-completed 1.5-story Madison in Inverness.






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All new innovative designs

Designed for 80 homes, Sommerlin offers single-family homes, from the mid-300s, of the all-new Liberty series. Ranging from 1,700 square feet to over 3,000 square feet, the Liberty Series includes a variety of innovative plan choices, including ranch, 1.5-story and 2-story homes that appeal to everyone. , first-time home buyers with empty nests. Sommerlin has two and three car garages with the outward appearance you expect from a McKelvey home.

McKelvey broke new ground for on-site signage in Sommerlin earlier this month. The 1.5-story Madison exhibit will feature a flowing open floor plan, 11-foot ceilings in the breakfast room and great room with a linear stone fireplace in the ceiling flanked by windows on either side. The large kitchen island will feature built-in stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and a large walk-in pantry.

The owner’s retreat will feature a spa-like shower with separate vanities, an enclosed toilet and a large walk-in closet. Upstairs, you will find three additional large bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a loft. In addition, this exhibit will have a covered terrace for outdoor entertainment and a finished lower level with a games room, bar, fifth bedroom and bathroom. Completion of the exhibition is expected this fall.

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