Tuesday, June 19, 2012


Here is a list of our current selections/options for our house. I'll update the color choices after our Rite Rug (flooring) meeting in 4 days. At least this time, we know what to expect. We built into our sales price most of the things we added on last time, so our sales price shouldn't change much. I also added our selections/options as a tab at the top, and will keep it updated.

I included some of the prices, but keep in mind these will change depending on your floor plan, community, or even state. But, I found it really helpful to have some idea of what different options would cost (even if they were a little off from one community to the next). Hopefully it'll help you to decide what to select in your home!

Verona- Elevation A with partial stone

  • Stone- Kentucky
  • Siding- Silver Mist
  • Trim- Dover White
  • Shutters- Black
  • Door- Tricorn Black

  • Elevation A with partial stone
  • Living Room- Turns to Study  ($895)
  • Loft- Turns to Bedroom 5 ($1,290)
  • Master Bath- Upgrade 2 (seperate glass shower with seat and tub) ($2,590)
  • Master Bath- Double sinks ($695)
  • Bath 1- Double sinks ($695)
  • Gas stove hook up ($275)
  • Gas dryer hook up ($275)
  • Attic storage ($790)
  • 12 x 15 Deck

  • Cabinets- Maple Fairfield Square
  • Countertops- Laminate (to be replaced by Quartz after move-in)
  • Kitchen island ($1,490)
  • Kitchen enhanced package (pull out trash and flip drawer by sink) ($275)
  • 42" Cabinets
  • Cabinet crown molding

  • 6 Fan rough-ins ($175 each)
  • 1 Light rough-in ($125 each)
  • 1 Floodlight ($250 each)
  • 4 Recessed lights in Family Room ($125 each)
  • Recessed light package in Kitchen ($695)
  • 1 extra Dedicated outlet in garage ($250)
  • Garage door opener

  • Hardwood level 1
    • Foyer
    • Extended Foyer
    • Mudroom
    • Powder Room
    • Dining Room
    • Kitchen and Dinette
  • Carpet level 2
    • Family Room (with upgraded 10lb pad)
    • Living Room/Den (with upgraded 10lb pad)
    • Zone 2/Upstairs (with standard 5lb pad)
  • Ceramic Tile level 1 (stone tile with standard surround in tub/shower)
    • Bathroom 1
  • Ceramic Tile level 2 (stone tile with glass tile accents on the tub and shower walls)
    • Master Bath
  • Resilient
    • Laundry Room


  1. That is a good list. I am sure it will come in handy for someone!

  2. I love that you added prices. It is interesting to see how things are priced differently in different areas. We're building an Avalon in Maryland: http://ryanhomesjourney.blogspot.com/

  3. We paid $275 each for fan rough-ins, $150 for each recessed light and the recessed lights in the kitchen were included.

    1. I feel like it can sort of all even out in the end. It's crazy how different prices can be though.

  4. I'm curious about your tile options since we're building in Fort Mill: did they actually come out as you described? When we got to Rite Rug they said level A bathroom tile is white or almond 6X6, Level B is similar but 12" glazed tiles and a couple more colors, and you have to do level C to get the pretty tile or listellos