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Cross the Bridge to Covington, Beacon Homes’ New Phase at Yorktown

Can you get too much of a good thing? When you’re talking about your favorite food, maybe. But a great lifestyle is never too much to handle. The Yorktown community in Jenks, OK, reflects that truth. This neighborhood, just outside of Tulsa, keeps growing with the demand for living here. And we responded. Now, you can cross the bridge to Covington, Beacon Homes’ new phase at Yorktown—and the last one before this community is complete.

Covington is nestled in the back of Yorktown, connected to the rest of the community with a bridge. What a great way to experience the privacy of your neighborhood!

The Covington section of Yorktown will feature our new collection of floor plans. Each one is named after a famous lighthouse around the country. We’re currently building the Liston home design, inspired by the Liston Front Range Lighthouse and Liston Rear Range Lighthouse, both of which have stood for more than a century along the Delaware River.

This new home, at 421 East 126th Street South, is an expanded version of the Liston. We’ve extended the flex room in the original design to create a fourth bedroom and added 100 square feet to the master bedroom. The single-level home now offers 2,261 square feet of interior living space. This is a home you’ll want to see for yourself, so you can experience the wonderful flow from room to room, the openness of the main living area, and the view of the patio and backyard from this space. You need to see how the master suite is designed to give you a relaxing retreat from the household activity. The bedroom feels more spacious with the tray ceiling. The bathroom gives you both a step-in shower and a soaking tub that is too inviting to ignore. And the walk-in closet is almost a room on its own.

Just down the street, we’ve begun construction on a Fenwick floor plan at 425 East 126th Street South. This design is named for the Fenwick Island Lighthouse that was built to prevent the shipwrecks that had been occurring off the coast of Fenwick Island, at the border between Delaware and Maryland.

The 2,076-square-foot Fenwick is great for a first-time homebuyer, growing family, or empty-nester. All on one level, the home uses every square foot to your benefit. The split floor plan separates the master suite from the other 2 bedrooms. The second full bath and the powder room are smartly situated near the main living area, for anyone’s convenience. The Fenwick’s center island kitchen is designed for efficiency and styled for visual appeal.

Beacon Homes also includes a flex room in the Fenwick. Easily accessible from the foyer or the garage entry, the room gives you many options to expand your living space. A study, home office, playroom, hobby studio, exercise room, library, or even a guest room would work well here.

These first two homes in Covington will be move-in ready later this spring, and we have many more homesites where you can build your own lighthouse-inspired Beacon Home. Come visit us now to see the plans for Covington as we begin this last chance to live in Yorktown near the family-friendly city of TulsaContact Beth for more information and to schedule your personal tour.


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