Meisenbacher Homes: In the News
The Jefferson at Grandview
The Packet Group May 31, 2001
Montgomery Township home offers the ultimate in style, quality and elegance
When Luke Meisenbacher of Global Technologies founded his building company they had one objective — to create and build truly remarkable one-of-a-kind homes that would satisfy the most discerning home buyer. With this in mind, he engaged his childhood friend, Fred Kleinbeck, who brings to the operation 15 years of "hands-on" home building experience with one of the nation's major builders as well as a keen interest in architectural styles and a broad understanding of construction techniques.
The mission of Meisenbacher Homes is to present to the luxury home buyer careful, precise details borrowed from historically authentic colonial architecture, while incorporating the state of the art technology required in a 21st century home.
Mr. Meisenbacher, when asked to describe the company's philosophy, replied, "We want our buyers to be able to walk around the home and see consistently fine detail. We will work with purchasers to make sure the home is precisely what they want."
To achieve this, the team continuously researches new materials and studies architectural details of the past in order to incorporate them tastefully and efficiently into their projects.
The Jefferson at Grandview, which is currently under construction in a scenic corner of Montgomery Township, offers the ultimate in style, quality and elegance. Designed for a comfortable lifestyle with a functional, imaginative floor plan for everyday living as well as for entertaining, this lovely house combines traditional features with modern conveniences.
Situated on three wooded acres on a rolling hillside, it takes advantage of its natural surroundings. In addition to the formal living and dining rooms, the first floor offers a dramatic two-story foyer, a two-story family room, a spectacular gourmet kitchen with breakfast area and butler's pantry, as well as a solarium and a library. A luxurious master bedroom suite with its own staircase and in a separate wing, four additional bedrooms and four full bathrooms complete the second floor. A full, finished basement opening onto a bluestone patio, two porches, three-car garage, masonry fireplaces, nine-foot ceilings on the first floor, oak hardwood flooring, central vacuum system, four-zone heating and cooling are among the features of this home.
For further information on this property and other Meisenbacher homes in Somerset and Mercer counties, call Michael Bilginer at Coldwell Banker's Princeton Junction office, (609) 799-9530, ext. 110.