Spotlight on Convenience

Spotlight on Convenience

Posted 08/16/2013
Maracay Homes

Families nowadays seem to be busier than ever. Between work, sports practice, school plays and family time, we seem to have more on our plates every year. Luckily, we have homes designed to accommodate what life is really like. Maracay Homes offer convenience as a key amenity for every design. From little things that save time like strategically placed laundry rooms to the overall ease of community locations, Maracay Homes want to make living easier without sacrificing comfort or style along the way.

Green Living
The Living Smart program takes the second guessing out of being green. Little accessibilities like a hidden recycling center right in the kitchen means you don’t have to drive to haul your plastics and glass into the garage or worse, to an offsite plant. Homeowners can also worry less about water and energy use, as features such as Delta WaterSense faucets, low-flow toilets, occupancy sensors and fluorescent lights help cut down on usage and cost.

Family Living
With the hustle and bustle of modern times, driving out to see the grandparents can be hard. The New Arizona Living Collection makes family time convenient with generation suites and casitas for the multi-generational households who want to be close to each other.

Valley Living
With the expansive span of the Valley, getting from one place to another can sometimes be difficult. For those who want to move closer to work or family, Maracay Homes are built all across the state of Arizona, from Tucson to Chandler to Peoria. There is easy access to major highways that line Metro Phoenix, like at Eastmark in the East Valley that is bordered by three major highways. Just hop on and you will be wherever you need to go before you know it.

Functional Living
Even trivial stuff like laundry has been made to be more convenient. Instead of dragging baskets full of clothes up and down the stairs, the laundry room in the New Arizona Living Collection is made more fitting by connecting it to the master bedroom through a secret passageway. Functional and stylish, what else could you want?