LEHI, Utah (ABC4) – When Katelyn Strobel began building her house, she had a vision of what she wanted it to look like.
She wanted something modern, minimal, and mostly stucco- a style similar to many of the other homes in the Traverse Mountain planned community in Lehi, Utah where she is building.
“I think we knew what style of house we wanted to build. We researched a ton on our lots and the Covenant, Conditions & Restrictions, CC&Rs. This neighborhood in particular is really known for the modern style, and we knew that we would be able to build the house that we wanted to build at the price that we wanted to be at in this neighborhood because of the CC&Rs that were displayed,” Strobel explains.
“So, we spent six months designing based on those standards and the regulations that all of our neighbors followed in our community and built a house that we think would fit in really well there,” she says.
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