Another J. Patrick Homes floor plan born from customer feedback, the Milan is a majestic two-story design opening later this summer as a new model home in Sienna.

The Milan offers 4,596 square feet and is made for entertaining. A large kitchen island defines the space from the adjacent family room that is brightened by a wall of windows and a two-story ceiling. A casual dining area is nearby, and the kitchen connects to a formal dining room via a butlers pantry that can flex to an optional prep kitchen. The design allows for easy flow throughout the common area and onto the large covered patio — which in the model home will include the optional fireplace and outdoor kitchen.

Overnight guests can stay in the downstairs guest suite or in one of three bedrooms found upstairs. The fun can continue upstairs in the media room, the game room or the covered balcony, an option the new Sienna model will have.

And because you can’t play the day away every day, the Milan features a home office with 14-foot ceilings tucked away from the common area.

The primary suite is a sophisticated oasis with a bay window, raised ceiling, large shower, soaking tub and massive closet. The model home will feature J. Patrick Homes’ signature walk-through “car wash shower”.

The Milan — which is making its debut in Sienna but can be built in other J. Patrick Homes communities — started out as the Big Bend II floor plan. It was modified following requests by customers for certain changes, including a larger primary bath. This isn’t the first time customer feedback has helped shape a floor plan — the Comal II design also originated through client requests.

But its design isn’t the only thing new about the Milan — the model will feature several new interior design elements new to J. Patrick Homes. Glass stair parts, wall tile with a bookmatched vein pattern, new kitchen light fixtures and sleek new cabinet style all will give the Milan a modern ambiance.

Colors used in the home will be on trend with warm whites as well as playful with magenta being used in one of the bedrooms. Buyers will even be able to pick details such as Blanco Silgranit nature-inspired sinks to match their personalities.

Being built for 70-foot homesites, J. Patrick Homes designs in this new Sienna neighborhood will start in the $660,000s. Watch for news when the Milan model at 10127 Stately Crown Drive will be open for touring!

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