Brownstones at Mayfair Square on schedule, units available

November 12, 2018 | 3:00 am

Updated November 12, 2018 | 5:36 am

Rendering provided by CR Contracting

Three townhomes in the The Brownstones at Mayfair Square development by Professional Properties and Construction are on schedule to be occupied by late spring, according to builder Gary Cecil of CR Contracting.

When complete, 21 townhomes will sit on the property where Mayfair Square, a medical office building, once stood.

Two of the three townhomes currently being built are under contract with the third to be soon, Cecil said.

Site plan of the Brownstones at Mayfair Square. | Graphic courtesy of Gary Cecil of CR Contracting

Two floor plans, the Charleston and the Savannah are available in the 11 sites shown in the plans for the Brownstones (in yellow).

Within each plan, there are four units available. The Charleston starts at $419,900 and the Savannah starts at $529,900.

Each townhome will have 10-ft. ceilings on the first floor and 9-ft. ceilings on the second floor. Each three-bedroom unit has room for a possible fourth bedroom, and each also has two full bathrooms and a half bathroom. The entertainment areas and master suite are all on the main level and all units will have ample storage.

Custom cabinets, stone counters and stainless steel KitchenAid appliances are available as part of the base appliance package for the kitchens. An upgraded kitchen plan will include Sub Zero and Wolf appliances, which can be seen at the Savannah model house on Griffith Avenue.

The back of the Brownstones feature oversized garages with storage and lead into a private courtyard.

Ten other units will be built but the final elevations are not complete. These units will have a starting price of $329,000.

Purchased in 2018, Cecil decided that townhomes would be the best use of the shallow property.

“Anyone looking to downsize or eliminate self-maintenance of their property seems to be interested,” Cecil said.

Cecil also discussed how homeowners say they want to downsize but don’t really want to give up the space; just the outdoor upkeep.

Because of this, Cecil said, there isn’t a specific age group the Brownstones are targeting, and individuals who are worried about stairs can actually live on the main floor, since the master bedroom is on the main level in all of the townhomes’ plans.

Cecil said many have shown interest in purchasing a townhome based on the location and convenience of living.

November 12, 2018 | 3:00 am

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