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Mini quiz

Which Cedar Crest floor plan are you?

Created date

February 19th, 2018
Picture A: a stylish chair, picture B: a shelf with wooden animals, picture C: a tranquil landscape, picture D: purple pansies

Take this fun quiz to find out which Cedar Crest floor plan suits your personality.

1. Which one of the above images do you identify with?

2. What’s your favorite way to enjoy dinner: 

a. Dining out with friends

b. Picking up to-go and watching a movie at home

c. Cocktails at home, then dinner out

d.  Trying a new recipe in my kitchen

3. If you were an animal you’d be: 

a. A fish

b. A cat

c. A bird

d. A dog

4. Your perfect weekend would include:

a. Shopping and a show

b. Using the computer in my office 

c. Working on a craft or art project

d. Hosting my grandkids for a sleepover

5. Your favorite way to get messy is:

a. Sawing and painting a wood project

b. Gardening outdoors

c. Cutting fabric for a quilt

d. Baking cookies

The Brighton

If you scored mostly As, you like to keep things simple and social. You spend most of your time out and about with friends and little time at home, so you don’t need extra rooms to clean. You’d rather keep your living expenses at a minimum and put money saved toward entertainment, travel, or hobbies. The spacious one-bedroom, one-bath Brighton is a perfect fit. 

Reserve now to take advantage of an entrance fee of only $150,000.

The Gilbert

If you scored mostly Bs, you’re a perfect fit for the Gilbert, a beautiful one-bedroom, one-bath home with a den. For those who use the computer frequently, for the bachelor who wants a separate office or man cave, or for the couple who has opposite tastes in TV shows, the Gilbert’s extra room can morph to fit any need. Plus, two large closets, a coat closet, and a linen closet provide ample storage for clothes, hobbies, household goods, or holiday decorations. 

Reserve now to take advantage of an entrance fee of only $235,000.

The Franklin

If you scored mostly Cs, the large two-bedroom, one-bath Franklin fits you to a T. An extra-large master bedroom with walk-in closet gives you space to stretch out. Host the grandkids for a night and bake cookies; you’ll have plenty of room for sleepovers with the second bedroom. Or use the light-filled spare room as an arts and crafts studio—it has two large closets perfect for storing fabric or art supplies. This two-bedroom home is popular for good reason—it’s one of the most versatile floor plans available at Cedar Crest. 

The Fairmont

If you scored mostly Ds, you’re looking for some space to stretch out. The two-bedroom, one-bath Fairmont with its den, and foyer is big enough for the couple who likes to spend time at home working on the computer, on a painting, or baking cookies with grandkids in the generously sized kitchen. 

Reserve now to take advantage of an entrance fee of only $250,000.