Trico offers versatile floorplans in Cornerbrook

By NextHome Staff
September 17, 2019

Offering versatile floorplans to suit your growing family’s needs, Trico Homes is thrilling buyers with its lineup of stylish homes in the new northeast community of Cornerbrook.

“We’re getting a great response from buyers because they love having the option to include a spice kitchen, a loft with a fourth and fifth bedroom, a main floor bedroom or a secondary suite with separate side entrance,” says Glenda Schwartz, marketing manager for Trico. “We also offer starter and move-up homes to fit every budget so they appeal to a wide range of buyers.”

Trico has several front-attached garage and laned home styles available in Cornerbrook and a wide selection of lots including walkouts and those backing onto an environmental reserve.

“People love the versatility in our plans and our great standard features such as nine-ft. knockdown ceilings, solid core plank floors and quartz or granite in the kitchen,” says Ali Tahir, area manager of the front-attached garage homes.
He notes both showhomes – the 2,353-sq.-ft. Kingston and the 2,080-sq.-ft. Braxton –appeal to large and multi-generation families.

“The Kingston has a flex room and half bathroom on the main level that can be built as a bedroom and full bathroom and there are two master bedrooms and two secondary bedrooms upstairs,” Tahir says. “Although smaller, The Braxton is our best seller in Cornerbrook. People love that it has very good use of space, and shows the bedroom and full bathroom on the main level with three bedrooms plus a bonus room upstairs.”

The laned showhomes are the 1,802-sq.-ft, Raeya, and the 2,158-sq.-ft. Bellview with a third-floor loft.

For more information, visit the showhomes, Monday-Thursday 2-8 p.m. and weekends noon-5 p.m., or visit

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