MK Development is a design-build firm that takes a wholistic, lifestyle-integrated approach to designing custom homes built to suit your needs. Recently we have completed a new home for one of your neighbors in Arlington Forest and they want to invite you in to see the completed work.
The beautiful Craftsman-inspired home is unique in scale and architectural detail but manages to fit within the historic Arlington Forest, complementing its neighbors and creating an interesting and appealing mix of architectural styles. The high pitch roofs, with bracketed gable vents, and board and batten siding, with shingle siding above, combine to create a warm and pleasing composition.
This home viewing is a unique opportunity to not only get to know your neighbors in Arlington Forest but see the kind of work that MK has done for them and can do for you. Come by to sample passed hors d’oeuvres and good company as you tour through this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home, its beautiful interiors and green features that elevate it from beautiful house to one-of-a-kind home.
From 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, June 11 your neighbors at 234 N. Galveston Street in Arlington are opening their doors to your inspection, so give in to your inner lookie-loo and drop on by.
The preceding promoted post was written and sponsored by MK Development.
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