Century Communities, Inc. is opening its new Palisade model single-family home starting in the low $300's at its new community, Canyon Springs, in Springville, Utah. The model grand opening celebration planned for Saturday, June 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. includes a VIP tour of the model and community.
Canyon Springs offers a variety of two-story and rambler floor plans ranging from 1,610 to 2,320 square feet. These designs feature stone and stucco exteriors with covered entryways set off by pillars. Interiors include spacious walk-in closets off the owner's bath, and kitchens are equipped with Whirlpool® appliance packages (top range oven, microwave, large capacity dishwasher) and designer laminate countertops. Homeowners can find their ideal home for every style and budget and choose from 2-4 bedrooms, 2-2.5 baths, and 2-3 bay garages. This popular community already has homes under contract and one model available for quick move-in delivery.
Century Communities' Utah Division President David Vitek said, "We look forward to hosting interested home buyers at our model grand opening at Canyon Springs. This is a great new community ideal for first-time buyers, families and homeowners wanting to move up to more livable space. We have spec homes under construction and lots for sale at a great value for any desired style and budget."
Canyon Springs residents are close to I-15 and Highway 89 and have easy access to enjoy outdoor recreational opportunities at its nearby 28 parks as well as the Nebo Loop National Scenic Byway; Squaw Peak Road for mountain, canyon and trail running; Spanish Fork River; Buckley Mountain; Utah Lake; and the Wasatch Mountain Range. Residents are served by the Nebo School District.
Springville is an ideal community for commuters who work in the Springville-Provo-Orem and Salt Lake City areas. Nicknamed the "Art City," Springville is a strong proponent of its rich heritage and arts including the Springville Museum of Art, which is Utah's oldest museum for the visual arts. Main Street features a collection of bronze statues and hosts an annual arts festival, "Art City Days," as well as the "Springville World Folkfest," and "Indian Festival of Utah."