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Single-family homes, also called single-family residences, offer the perfect place for you. In a single-family home, you have your own direct access to the street, and maintain only one set of utilities for the whole residence. And, because single-family homes are detached with no shared walls, you have more privacy and flexibility to personalize according to your specific lifestyle needs.
Home builder Shea Homes offers both single-story and two-story single-family homes, in a variety of beautiful locations. From luxurious home designs and architectural details, to unique floor plans and open spaces, there’s a Shea Homes single-family home for everyone. Continue reading to learn more about what makes our homes exceptional.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BUYING A SINGLE-FAMILY HOME
Single-family detached homes are an excellent option for buyers seeking space and flexibility. These freestanding homes are situated on their own piece of property, meaning more privacy and room to grow when compared to a townhome or condominium. Unlike multifamily homes, single-family residences do not have any shared walls with neighbors. However, many single-family home communities will often contain a shared community park, playground, and common area outside the of the actual residence. Also, often single-family homes include a garage or attic, providing you with extra space to store tools, holiday decorations, recreation items, extra clothes, electronics, and more.
SINGLE-FAMILY HOME COMMUNITIES BY SHEA HOMES
Shea Homes offers an impressive variety of single-family home communities across the country. Known for their beautiful floor plans and craftsmanship, Shea Homes is dedicated to building quality homes that are thoughtfully designed for your lifestyle. These new home communities are available in a variety of single-family home plans and design options to meet your needs. Browse below to view single-family home communities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.