Upper East

 

Tallahassee has never seen anything like this new modern master planned community In Tallahassee’s Northeast. With only 24 homes available in the progressive development, these properties will not last long.

Upper East was designed by Architects Lewis & Whitlock who previously completed Tallahassee’s artistically rendered Smokey Hollow monument, Domi Station, and the Manor at Midtown.Tallahassee’s GBGH (GO BIG OR GO HOME) Construction is bringing the creative designs to life by using only the highest quality construction techniques.

The futuristic homes are what may be called new century modern. What makes them unique is their simplicity of design and proportions. The snug lots and densely set homes allow residents to share public spaces such as trails and designated conservation areas.

These homes are gonna blow you away!!!!! #rethink #gbghconstruction #modernhome #uetlh

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Upper East boasts three designs, each design has unique features and is available for $399,000.

  • Over and Under — This three bedroom model boasts 2.5 baths and 2,580 square feet of living space. This home was designed with entertainment in mind and features all the bedrooms on the top floor with a large downstairs area.
  • Up Down —  With three bedroom sand 2.5 baths, this 2,280 square-foot home differs in the Over and Under model in several important ways. The home features a large master bedroom on the ground floor, a carport with exposed beams, and an open atrium area for seamless outdoor/indoor living.
  • All Around – The only four bedroom model, this home features 3.5 baths 2,380 square feet of living space.  Adjoining the home’s exterior is a fantastic wrap-around patio.

 

 


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  1. Finally someone brings some change! Let’s get away from 1990’s arched windows and brick. Tallahassee desperately needs this design choice in modern lifestyle living. This is a really cool concept and will do well. It will hopefully raise property values if these units go for asking.

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