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02/26/2013

Compass Homes, Inc. (2013)

Compass3,440 sq. ft.
4 bedrooms
3 full & 1 half baths
3-car garage

About the Builder

As an award-winning custom homebuilder Compass Homes’ goal is to build a home that works for your family, now and in the future. Their homes provide convenience, less maintenance concerns and higher resale values.  For every client, they create a home that’s a reflection of their lifestyle and family – a livable home with smart, practical spaces and more character and value.  Compass Homes works with you to find the perfect lot, and then together we will design your very own “more thought per square foot” home.

Must See

The covered breezeway features a gas fireplace that's reminiscent of midcentury homes, as well as a cozy outdoor living space.

Home Features

  • Focus on Local Vendors, Products, Artisans and Craftspeople
  • Abundance of Original Art and Photography
  • Direct Access from Master Closet to Second-floor Laundry
  • Double Stacked Front Porch
  • Open First-floor with Great Flow 

To view Plan Book page including floor plans (pdf) click here

Contact Information

Mark Braunsdorf
Phone:  (614) 885-8300
Fax:  (614) 885-8301
6537 Old Ironside Lane
Delaware,  OH  43015
www.compasshomes.com

Home Design
Compass Homes, Inc.
(614) 885-8300

Landscape Design
Blendon Gardens
(614) 840-0500

Sales Contact
Pam Cinelli
(614) 883-8300


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