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McKee Homes Golf Course Communities

Every year near the beginning of April, golf fans from around the world pay heed to a revered golf institution: The Masters Tournament. After watching an event as epic as The Masters Tournament, many golf aficionados find themselves day dreaming of living on, near, or adjacent to a quality golf course. They may even want the “country club” lifestyle. Buying a new home in a golf course community that accommodates this lifestyle is the first step toward making this dream a reality.

The Sandhills region of North Carolina is home to golf courses revered by professional and causal golf enthusiasts. Pinehurst, NC is known as “The Home of American Golf”, and the famous Pinehurst #2 course has hosted the US Open on several occasions.

McKee Homes has new home communities in the Sandhills that offer easy access to premium greens and resorts. If you’re looking for a new home community near professional level courses and country club amenities, McKee Homes has the golf course community for you.

Mid South Club:

Mid South Club is a serene gated community of 540 acres, located just 4 miles from the Village of Pinehurst and Pinehurst #2. The community features an Arnold Palmer signature golf course. This fantastic course was ranked by the NC Golf Panel as one of the Top 100 Golf Courses in North Carolina, and #13 of the Top 50 Public or Semi-Private Courses in NC.

Eagle Point

The Eagle Point neighborhood of Mid South Club is a golf-lovers dream. Ideally situated between the 9th and 17th holes, Eagle Point homes offer views of the fairway just outside the back door. A natural lake (and water hazard) complete with nearby pine trees creates a scenic backdrop for this area.

Additionally, Eagle Point offers McKee Homes’ Epcon floor plan collection. These energy efficient open floor plans include upscale features. Stylish granite counter tops, designer cabinet hardware, and stainless steel appliances are all available at Eagle Point. Additionally, Epcon floor plans include wide interior doorways, private courtyards, and flat steps between indoor & outdoor spaces. These features make Ecpon floor plans ideal for anyone looking toward retirement while desiring an active golf filled lifestyle.

Palmer’s Preserve

One of Mid South Club’s newest communities, Palmer’s Preserve, features stunning lots overlooking the 2nd, 3rd and 4th holes. These private and wooded interior lots, ranging from .25 – 1 acre, are nestled in a desirable cul-de-sac. Homes in Palmer’s Preserve feature McKee Homes’ Craftsman elevation, which creates a uniquely refined look.

Mid South Club memberships are available to residents for an additional annual fee, and include access to Mid South Club and Talamore resorts, the golf course, clubhouse, tennis courts, pool, and driving range. HOA fees include a private gate, 24 hour security, and private street & common area maintenance. Additionally, Mid South Club is located in Moore County close to west gates of Fort Bragg, making it convenient for active duty or retired golf enthusiasts.

Legacy Lakes

Legacy Lakes is a community located in Aberdeen, NC, just a short distance from Southern Pines and Pinehurst. It’s 400 acres offer ample pine trees, natural lakes, and the rolling fairways of its Jack Nicklaus Designed “Legacy Golf Links” course. Renovated in 2012, the playable yet challenging course has hosted an USGA National Championship. Additionally, The Racquet House Racquet and Fitness Club at Legacy Lakes offers six clay courts, a pool, and a clubhouse. Legacy Lakes is located in Moore County, NC, close to west gates of Fort Bragg.

McKee Homes Classic and Craftsman elevations are available in Legacy Lakes, which give the neighborhood a sophisticated yet comfortable atmosphere. Single and two-story floor plans are available, providing lifestyle options for families who have dreams of living near a golf course.

The Preserve at Legacy Lakes also offers all the luxury, ease, and comfort of McKee Homes Epcon floor plans. Tucked away in a secluded loop, lots in the Preserve at Legacy Lakes are shaded by pine trees, feature fairway views, and offer Epcon living at an affordable price.

So, take the first step toward finding the new home and lifestyle of your dreams! Let the Masters Tournament be your inspiration. Visit our website at McKeeHomesNC.com or give us a call at 910-672-7296 and ask about our golf course communities.

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Benefits of a Shower with Separate Bathtub

The master bath is a major selling point for a home. After all, the master bath is a room that is likely to be used every day. It’s used in the morning to get ready for work, to clean up after a trip to the gym, to have relaxing soak after a hard day, and so much more. Because this room is used so often, new home buyers want to make sure the master bath suits their unique lifestyle and needs.

New home owners have varying preferences when it comes to priorities for master bath suites. Some like an invigorating shower complete with multiple shower heads, a bench, and room to move. Others want a large tub which can be filled with hot water and bubbles and allow for reclining to soak away stress.

In some master suites, showers and tubs are combined into one unit. In these units, one takes a shower while standing in the bath tub. This is quite functional, but certainly doesn’t convey a feeling of luxury. McKee Homes offers luxurious master bath suites that include a shower with a separate bathtub, or simply just a shower. So what is the right choice?

Benefits of a Single Shower

Having a separate tub and shower in the master bath of a new home might not suit some lifestyles. Not everyone wants or needs a bathtub in the master suite. To suit these lifestyles McKee Homes offers floorplans that do not include a tub in the master suite, which allows for more space and eliminates the need to clean a tub.

Master Bath Suite

Master bath suite, with bathtub and shower with bench seating. Floor Plan Pictured: Clark European.

New home buyers with limited mobility may prefer a step-in shower, which is easier to access. A tub has high sides which will require a user to lift and bend the knee, but a step-in shower has a low lip that requires only a small amount of movement. Additionally, some McKee floor plans allow new home buyers to upgrade the shower to include bench seating – an upgrade that is not possible in a shower tub combo.

McKee Homes floorplans which offer a master bath suite with no tub that also include a linen closet and an enclosed toilet area.

Benefits of a Separate Bathtub

With a shower having so many attractive qualities it’s easy to forget about the tub. However, a tub is perfect for new home buyers who enjoying a relaxing soak, and is great for large or growing

Bath Tub with Picture window

Bath Tub with Picture window, allowing for ample natural light.

families. Little ones can enjoy playing in a larger than average tub, and fur babies can also enjoy a bath.

Additionally, when a tub and shower are combined, a shower curtain or glass door must be installed. Shower curtains collect moisture and can mildew, making it more difficult to keep a tub clean. If the shower is separate, this is not an issue.

When you slide into the tub after a hard day’s work, you’ll know the tub is as clean as possible. Many McKee Homes floor plans also include a picture window above the tub, which allows for ample natural light during the day and star gazing from the comfort of your bath in the evening.

McKee Homes floorplans offer a separate bath and shower in the master suite, along with an enclosed toilet area, include:

For more information about McKee Homes floorplans and master bath options and upgrades, please view our downloadable floorplan PDF files or give us a call at 910-672-7296.