Townhome has spacious feel
Domingo model in Chaparral Valley in Calgary
Attractiveness from the street isn’t the only draw for the Domingo townhome.
This end-unit floor plan makes the most of details in its design, such as oversize, wide staircases and deep windows throughout, to give the home a spacious feel. The two-storey townhome is 1,481-square-feet with three bedrooms upstairs. It’s one of three show homes by Innovations by Jayman in Chaparral Valley.
Two show homes are detached single-family homes, while the Domingo showcases the street-front townhomes.
The front and back foyers feature tile floor and have closets for storing coats. The rest of the open-concept main floor has laminate hardwood in a medium-dark stain.
A generous great room offers plenty of room for seating.
Giving an extra sense of space and light to the dining area, the end unit has a bay window along the side of the home.
The kitchen has a peninsula with a flush breakfast bar that seats three and a laminate countertop, and dark wood cabinets in a flat, modern style.
Appliances are stainless steel. Above the double stainless steel sink and glass tile backsplash is a large window with a view to the fenced backyard.
Below the window is a handy built-in shelf that will keep plants happy and out of the way.
The main floor powder room is tucked away down two steps on the way to the basement.
In the middle of the home, between the staircases leading up and down, is a nook set aside with stub walls. It’s a great spot for a small desk to organize keys and computers.
Upstairs, the level opens into a foyer with a special spot handy for a bookshelf or even a dog bed.
Two good-size secondary bedrooms overlook the back of the home. They share the main four-piece bathroom off the hallway.
The master bedroom opens up at the front of the home. It features generous dual closets and a tidy four-piece ensuite with an oval window. Windows on two walls give the room an airy feel.
Downstairs, the basement features a large rec room set up as a comfortable place to watch television. A guest bedroom has deep wide windows on two walls, and a generous walk-in closet.
The lower level also has a full bathroom, and extra storage space.
Title for these units is bare land condo, meaning a series of homes that are built and sold individually. The monthly condo fees are fairly low at $98 per month, as they do not include maintenance of the fenced backyards or snow removal.
The fees do cover building insurance and maintenance of common land on the boulevard and sides of the building.
Townhomes come with a parking pad, over which a car port can be built, with lane access.
Bumping out the wall with a bay window provides a great sense of space to the dining area.
Above, one of the secondary bedrooms in the show home makes a cosy refuge for the youngest members of the family. Left, the exterior of the Domingo model by Innovations by Jayman in Chaparral Valley.
The kitchen features a peninsula with flush eating bar, providing extra space for food preparation.
The basement rec room provides a perfect place to watch TV.
A desk fits between the stairs to the upper and lower levels.
Space at the top of the stairs can be used for a dog bed or a set of shelves.