Napa at The Vineyards offers the newest concept in multi-family home

04/04/2014 12:45 PM

04/04/2014 12:47 PM

Prospective buyers can step into the latest home designs at Napa at The Vineyards in Homestead. The Lennar Homes master-planned community offers elegant single-family homes featuring the expansive NEXT GEN - The Home Within a Home design to accommodate multigenerational families. The innovative home designs are like getting two homes in one, says a Lennar spokesperson.

Three one- and two-story NEXT GEN home designs are now available for immediate move-in at Napa at the Vineyards community. Starting in the mid to upper $200,000s, the home designs offer the latest concept in multi-family living space, providing comfort, space and privacy for the changing family dynamic of today, with an entire private living space integrated into the main home, says the spokesperson.

Residents and guests will feel at home within the private NEXT GEN suite, which includes its own private entry, great room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette with GE appliance package, unitized washer and dryer, and private patio; some plans even feature a two-bedroom suite with its own private garage. The revolutionary and highly sought-after new home designs provide the ultimate solution for any buyer seeking personal space for live-in relatives or long-term guests, says the spokesperson. Napa’s spacious NEXT GEN homes offer a unique combination of inclusion and privacy by allowing families to live together while maintaining their own personal space. They are ideal for elderly parents moving in with their families or children returning home after college and are offered on large home sites, with Lennar’s famous “Everything’s Included” features.

Available for immediate move-in, the Chardonnay model (Lot 53/Block 1) features a main home design with family room, three bedrooms, two baths, a two-car garage and more than 2,200 square feet air-conditioned of living space with a private NEXT GEN suite. The beautiful one-story home is ready to move in with designer interior finishes including wall moldings with mirrors, ceiling fans, light fixtures, alarm, designer wallpaper and more than $20,000 in luxury upgrades, all at no extra cost.

The Shiraz NEXT GEN model offers a large family room, three bedrooms, two and one-half baths, two-car garage and more than 2,700 air-conditioned square feet of living space, in addition to the attached NEXT GEN suite. The beautiful two-story home featured, is on an oversize home site, and includes blinds and elegant tile throughout the first floor.

Also featured at Napa is the Zinfandel model, with an open family room, three bedrooms, two and one-half baths, two-car garage and more than 3,000 air-conditioned square feet of living space. The NEXT GEN suite of the expansive design offers not one, but two bedrooms of its own, as well as a separate garage, kitchenette, living room and private entry.

Just outside the door at The Vineyards lies a charming community where buyers will quickly feel right at home. Winding sidewalks meander throughout the immaculate grounds with lush landscaping and picturesque lakes. Coming soon to residents is a spacious, private clubhouse with a community pool, children’s pool and tot lot.

The Vineyards’ location is perfectly positioned only minutes from brand-new charter schools, top golf courses, movie theaters and shopping. Leading South Florida attractions including NASCAR’s Homestead-Miami Speedway, Biscayne National Park and the Homestead Historic Downtown District are also right at the doorstep. Besides, commuters will love the convenient location just off of Florida’s Turnpike, and U.S. 1.

To see one of the NEXT GEN homes and newly decorated models, please visit Lennar’s Welcome Home Center at neighboring The Isles at Oasis at 152nd Avenue and SW 320th Street in Homestead. The center is open daily, from 10 am to 6 pm.

Call 866-201-5560 or visit, to learn more. Realtors are welcome.

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