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Tehaleh Home Winner Chooses Builder

The winner of the $280,000 home at the Tehaleh Grand Opening, 26-year-old Jay Bradley, has chosen his home.

has chosen his home – his is one of 39 homes that have been sold at Tehaleh since the opening.  Jay Bradley, 26, chose a 5-bedroom home to be built by Benjamin Ryan Communities; he will move in this spring.

Bradley was one of six finalists to compete in the You’re Free Home contest at Tehaleh in September. Bradley and his team competed in a four-challenge obstacle course and were the first team to open their door in the final challenge of the race.

Bradley chose the Windsor floor plan, a 2-story, 5-bedroom from Benjamin Ryan Communities, one of Tehaleh’s five builders. He personalized the home, selecting the colors for surface coverings including cabinets, carpet, tile, vinyl and granite, and hardwoods.  He will also incorporate the winning orange door into the interior design of his home.

“Even after picking the floor plan and all the details, it still feels like a dream,” said Bradley. “This is just one of those once-in-a-lifetime things.”

In the two months since the grand opening, 39 homes have sold at Tehaleh, plus 21 homes are currently under construction enabling buyers to move in more quickly. The community opened on September 29 with a wide array of amenities including six parks, nearly 10 miles of trails, 10 models homes, and The Post, Tehaleh’s community gathering place complete with a Café D’arte.

Residents will start moving in this spring.

More on Tehaleh

Tehaleh (TAY-HA-LAY) is a 4,200-acre planned mixed-use community that, when completed, is expected to include 5,900 homes, a 419-acre employment center with 3.9 million sq. feet of commercial/retail space as well as a fire station, up to seven schools and more than 1,000 acres of parks and open space plus a trail network. Tehaleh’s first homes offer flexible floor plans from 1,350 sq. feet to 3,300 sq. feet at price points starting at $210,000.

For more information, visit www.tehaleh.com

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