Cachet Homes brings "Fusion Architecture" to Verrado

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Cachet Homes, a leader in luxury homebuilding, is creating a truly unique living experience by incorporating design elements from all over the country into new homes for the first time.

Cachet began building homes in Brisas at Verrado last month. Each home in Brisas will be unique and include architectural features from two or more design elements – a practice called “Fusion Architecture.”

“Homes in the Valley have a tendency to look alike,” said Jim Shelly, Vice President of Land Development for Cachet Homes. “Our goal is to create an experience for the homebuyer so each resident feels a sense of pride in knowing that their home is truly unlike any other.”

Cachet’s four elevation styles in Brisas encapsulate the trend toward “Fusion Architecture.” Spanish Colonial, Ranch and Spanish Hacienda and Western Regional Ranch Territorial offer a combination of metal and tile roofs; center courtyards and front porches; and second floor balconies and multi-function rooms into their home designs.

The floor plans were specifically designed for Brisas and range in size from 2,900 to more than 4,400 sq. ft. The sales office for Brisas is located within the existing models for Cachet Homes at Verrado. Verrado is a master-planned community located in Buckeye.

Since its inception in 1990, Cachet Homes has been at the forefront of the Valley’s real estate boom and has been recognized among the state’s top builders for the last six years by Arizona Business Magazine’s “Ranking Arizona.” Cachet Homes’ corporate offices are located at 15475 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite B20, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. For more information,

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