April 19th, 2013

2013 NWHBA Parade of Homes Entry – The Meadow Brook

2013 NWHBA Parade of Homes Entry – The Meadow Brook
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Martineau Homes is excited to give you a sneak peak at this year’s entry, the Meadow Brook, in the Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association Parade of Homes.  This year’s event begins on June 21st and will run through July 7th.  Our home is located in Hidden Meadows Subdivision in the beautiful foothills of Farmington (1300 North Main Street).

The Meadow Brook is a stunning 7,000 square foot home that features:

•     A Custom Kitchen
•     Family Friendly Living Spaces
•     Four Bedrooms and Five Bathrooms
•     A Home Theater
•     Beautiful Mountain Views
•     and Much, Much More

The details in this home are exquisite. Martineau Homes has created a space that is gorgeous and breathtaking.   It is a must see during the 2013 event. If you know anyone in the market for a new home, this could be a dream come true.

Visit us at www.martineauhomes.com for more information; we also can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Houzz. Be sure to follow us!! We will continue to provide updates about the Meadow Brook as the parade gets closer.

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Great Room & Kitchen on Main Level

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Recreation Room and Theater in Basement

The experience was perfect all along the way, and at the end, I can really say, “Gosh, I love my contractor” unlike my buddies and friends that said their experiences were bad.

Spencer Young

It can be a challenging endeavor to build a home, but this was seamless. We were thrilled with the job.

Mark & Sheila Ross

Martineau Homes was able to give us the things we needed to be able to produce the type of home we wanted.

Steve & Mindy Harris

Chris was able to take our plans, gather a team of professionals and create a home that looks like it was built over 100 years ago.

Jana Watts

We had a great experience, we had every confidence that Martineau Homes could do a project that ultimately would be different than anything we had ever built before.

Brian & Jana Watts