New Waterford Home to Feature Siding from the James Hardie Aspyre Collection

At Silverton Custom Homes, we love highlighting our favorite products featured in our homes. This month, we’re excited to share our latest featured product with you; siding from the James Hardie Aspyre Collection. The Aspyre Collection is a luxury line of siding by James Hardie. It combines the brand’s reveal panel system with its Artisan Siding line. As a result, the style reflects both modern and traditional aesthetics.

Interested in seeing this brand-new line of siding in action? The James Hardie Aspyre Collection will be featured in our newest spec home! Nestled in the Waterford community on Lake Travis, this home puts a modern transitional twist on the beloved farmhouse style. Designed with entertaining and outdoor living in mind, the home radiates warmth and comfort from the moment you walk through the door.

With a generous open floor plan, the heart of this home seamlessly blends style, function, and luxury. A spacious kitchen features a large walk-in pantry and an appliance pantry with a computer niche. For convenience, an additional fridge can be found in the utility room. The master suite is located in its own wing for added privacy and opens to the covered patio. The home’s additional Jack-n-Jill suites are located in a separate wing along with a game room and loft.

From the metal roof to the walls of glass, the exterior of this home reflects the simple, clean lines of the interior. The addition of siding from the Aspyre Collection’s 5/8″ vertical siding works in perfect harmony with the other exterior elements. The best part? Expansive windows and a beautiful covered patio invite guests to enjoy idyllic views of the hillside.

To learn more about this new home and the James Hardie Aspyre Collection, get in touch with our team. We’d be happy to answer your questions!

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