Jefferson Inventory Home at Bailey Estates
The newest inventory home in our Bailey Estates community features the Jefferson plan and addresses the needs of the on the spot buyer and the visual buyer. Our homes are always constructed with a number of options that are already included in the price and they present the new products that Gerstad Builders has to offer.
Priced in the upper-$200s, with two bedrooms, two baths and 2,170 square feet of comfortable living space, the Jefferson features an open and convenient layout perfect for any generation of home buyers. A sought-after master on the main design with his-and-her closets and vanities ensures comfortable and private living space. There are also many customizable options available, such as an addition bedroom and bath or even a four-season room. Â Like all Gerstad homes, this model shows many popular living features including GE appliances, Moen fixtures and an unmatched attention to detail.
Why are ranch plans like the Jefferson gaining such popularity?
- Baby boomer friendly. The single-story design is kind to baby boomers in many ways, including the lack of stairs. The fact that all their belongings are on one level make cleaning and organizing easier.
- Open floor plans. The Jefferson is built level with the yard, making indoor-outdoor flow a breeze.
- Additions are simple. Because of this horizontal layout, and because Gerstad Builders XXX, adding on to the Jefferson plan is relatively easy. Rather than accommodating a stairwell or supporting another floor, this ranch plan can just extend out.
Williams Bay is an active community just a short distance from Lake Geneva, which offers community activities year-round. Our Bailey Estates is right in the heart of this small-town experience and offers affordable luxurious living. For more information on the Jefferson inventory home or the Bailey Estates community, visit www.gerstadbuilders.com/bailey-estates. Â Although this home has already been sold, interested buyers are welcome to view this home once it opens after Labor Day weekend.