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With having a family in mind, Hannah and Robert Vines went on the hunt to find a house that would be the home where they would raise their hoped-for children.
What they found was J. Patrick Homes and the Athens floor plan.
Living in the Cypress area when they started searching about 18 months ago, the couple wanted their second home to be in a more rural area where they could have a big backyard and plenty of room for the kids to play. Woodtrace — a wooded Tomball community with miles of trails, nature reserves, the 22-acre Central Park and 23-acre Woodtrace Lake — was a perfect fit.
“It was challenging to think about what we would want in a home and in a community 20 years down the road,” Hannah said. “What was going to happen in the future? How many kids might we have? What kind of backyard did we want?”
The Vines looked for nearly five months before deciding J. Patrick Homes would be their builder.
“We had looked at a couple of different builders, but when we walked into a J. Patrick model, we just felt like we were home,” Hannah said. “We liked the more traditional style and just felt we wanted to be there for a while.”
They signed a contract to build their home, but when a contract fell through for a home that was already completed and the exact floor plan they wanted, they switched and were able to move right away last May.
“It’s been almost a year and we still love it,” Hannah said. “We have this beautiful spiral staircase and really enjoy the upstairs media room and game room. Everything is great. We’ve had no issues and made it through the freeze with no problems.”
She said she has most of the downstairs decorated but moving from a three-bedroom home to a five-bedroom home meant that filling the two extra bedrooms took a backseat to getting the rest of the home finished.
Now, however, the Vines are extra motivated to get one of the bedrooms transformed into a nursery — their first child arrives in August.