Justin Doyle Homes Builds the Medinah for Cincinnati's Homearama 2012
Justin Doyle Homes Builds the Medinah for Cincinnati Homearama 2012.
The Medinah is a custom designed, ranch style home from Justin Doyle Homes. It takes advantage of quality craftsmanship and finishes including rich woods, striking architectural details, arched gallery-style entries and hallways and voluminous ceilings with details unique to the area. The spacious and open floorplan makes day-to-day lifestyles comfortable and creates the ultimate in entertaining spaces.
The Medinah is approximately 3,200 sq. ft. on the first floor with another 1,600 sq ft. in the lower level. It had a base price of $650,000 and is already sold. This year, Justin Doyle received the 2nd place award for Favorite Floor Plan.
Justin Doyle's mechanical / industrial engineering degree has been put to good use in the building industry. He is proud of being one of only a few "100% Certified Energy Star Builders" in the state of Ohio. The family-owned company has been in the homebuilding industry for 35 years.
Studer Residential Designs, 859-441-2281, designed the Medinah with a desire to improve a buyer's lifestyle with quality design Paul Studer, Mike Studer and Mike Frimming have been designing Homearama homes since 1979...59 entries. They have received many Homearama awards and first place design awards from the American Institute of Building Design.
Jenny Lynn Wynne and her daughter Kelly combined products from the showrooms of Furniture Fair, Thomasville Home Furnishings and Design Destination to create the interiors for the Medinah. She works to create a warm and friendly family home environment that functions well.
Landscape design was provided by Rob Richter Landscaping, 513-539-0300. Rob has worked in 20 Homearamas. His horticultural degree comes in handy, but his success is based upon taking good care of his customers.
Homearama is open through June 24th , Monday-Thursday 4-10pm and Friday-Sunday, noon-10pm.
For more information, see: Have You Been to Cincinnati's Homearama 2012?