Hibiscus Hill in McAllen, Texas offers luxurious one and two-story homes for every family size. The restricted community is conveniently located in the North McAllen area near Edinburg Regional Medical center and shopping and dining off 107. We have seven flex floorplans to choose from, and those can be customized in an almost endless variety of ways. Many of our Hibiscus Hill floorplans have an open concept design. We’re about to look at what that means and offer a sneak peek inside three of our most popular layouts.
Open Concept Floorplans Explained
Open floorplans combine common areas for a more spacious feel. Home design has evolved as the American family has changed over the decades. A hundred years ago, architects designed homes with the kitchen at the back of the house, completely separate from the rest. Vendors delivered food through the back door directly to the kitchen. Servants prepared it there and served it to families and guests in a formal dining area.
Study happened in the library. The formal living area was more for receiving guests, less for relaxing together. It worked then, but that type of layout doesn’t make sense for the modern lifestyle.
The average family doesn’t have servants to prepare food and clean up after. They do it themselves. Often at the same time, they’re visiting with friends who dropped by and supervising kids doing homework. When they entertain, guests spread to all common areas, so it makes sense to have no walls.
In open concept floorplans, bedrooms are still separate. However, the kitchen, living room and dining room all flow together. There may be visual dividers like a kitchen island or peninsula, different paint colors or a fireplace between them, but there aren’t walls to obstruct views and traffic flow.
Instead of hiding the kitchen, it becomes a focal point. WestWind Homes kitchens come with gorgeous countertops, high-end cabinetry and strategic use of natural light to highlight key architectural features.
Some buyers love an open concept floorplan, others prefer a more traditional layout. At WestWind Homes, we offer both so there’s something for everyone.
Hibiscus Hill floorplans are from our Vintage Series. Three of the most popular are the San Angel, the Llano and the San-Cristobal.
The San Angel is the smallest of the available Hibiscus Hill floorplans, but with 2,172 square feet and up to four bedrooms, it offers ample living space. The home has a front-facing two-car garage and a master bedroom that is separate from the rest.
Discriminating buyers often request a floor plan where the master bedroom is near the kitchen, not on the far side of the house. Owners don’t have to go far for their morning cup of coffee or late night snack. The master has a large walk-in closet, a full-sized tub and a water closet that’s separate from the rest of the bathroom. Double step-up ceiling treatments make the master bedroom itself feel even more spacious.
The three additional bedrooms share bath number two. Two of the bedrooms also have their own walk-in closets. The full glass back door provides easy access for outdoor entertaining.
This two-story home gives families 2,794 square feet and can be configured as either three or four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It allows home owners to still have a traditional, separate dining room. Whip up Thanksgiving dinner or a seven-course meal in the kitchen, then serve it in the dining room where no one can see your dishes. There’s still plenty of room for casual family dining in the breakfast area just off the kitchen.
All bedrooms are upstairs, a layout preferred for parents who want to keep young children close. Choose from either a loft or a fourth bedroom. We also offer a garden tub and shower option in the bathroom. Before construction starts, you also choose your masonry package, carpet, tile, countertops and cabinet color from the Builder Design consultant Series.
Make your space your own with your choice of U.S. Green Building Council Approved interior latex paint from Pittsburgh Paint. We’ll provide interior two-tone color-coordinated ceiling and wall paints with white trim.
When buyers first see this two-story Hibiscus Hill floorplan, they often say it looks like a castle. There are multiple elevation choices, and some include a foyer that looks like a tower. The rest of the home is palatial with almost 3,000 total square feet, up to five bedrooms, a two car garage and two and a half bathrooms.
Downstairs feels (and is) massive with a kitchen, dining room and living room that flow together. The master suite has an enormous walk-in closet and luxurious bath with separate water closet. From the breakfast area, step out onto a covered patio with ample space for outdoor entertaining.
The remaining four or five bedrooms are upstairs, where owners choose either a loft or fifth bedroom. There’s also the option for a third full bath.
Choosing Between Hibiscus Hill Floorplans
When you look at Hibiscus Hill floorplans, there are so many great options it can be hard to narrow it down to your very favorite. Choosing your home layout is the first of many decisions you’re about to make, but it’s one of the most important. It’s something we never rush. We’ll work with you until you’re confident you’re choosing the one that’s the absolute best for your lifestyle and budget.
One of the great things about working with WestWind Homes is you don’t have to picture everything in your head. We can take you to tour model homes so you can envision the flow through your future home and actually feel the size of rooms. The goal is to find Hibiscus Hill floorplans that make your life better, with everything you need to be located conveniently.
We’ll also help you plan for the future. If your family is still growing, you might look at options to add an extra bedroom or extended bathroom. If you’re interested in aging in place or planning to provide room for elderly relatives, we’ll help you find the right floor plan for that too.
We’ve barely scratched the surface on what Hibiscus Hill floorplans have to offer. To find out more, tour homes or request brochures, contact us and we’ll be in touch.