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The advertizing blurb describes four basic styles:

  • Tahoe - Rustic cabin retreats with winding roads among hills and pine forests.
  • Elderglen - Fantasy dwellings with winding roads around hills and giant trees.
  • Sahreta Osumai - Traditional Japanese homes nestled in picturesque areas with mossy rocks and colorful trees.
  • Meadowbrook - California modern suburban homes with decks perfect for barbeques!

There are variations on each of the styles.  Those are your choices.  Of course, you don't have to take a Linden Home.  You can use your land fee waiver on any Mainland parcel and build any type of house that you like.  The land fee waiver covers the monthly fees on that 512 sq m parcel, the same way it would if you applied it to a Linden Home parcel.  The only difference is that you have to provide the house, and its L.I. is included in the impact allowance on the parcel (unlike a Linden Home, which is not counted in the parcel's L.I.)  If you buy more than a 512 sq m parcel, the waiver still covers the first 512 sq m worth of land fees.

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The advertizing blurb describes four basic styles:

  • Tahoe - Rustic cabin retreats with winding roads among hills and pine forests.
  • Elderglen - Fantasy dwellings with winding roads around hills and giant trees.
  • Sahreta Osumai - Traditional Japanese homes nestled in picturesque areas with mossy rocks and colorful trees.
  • Meadowbrook - California modern suburban homes with decks perfect for barbeques!

There are variations on each of the styles.  Those are your choices.  Of course, you don't have to take a Linden Home.  You can use your land fee waiver on any Mainland parcel and build any type of house that you like.  The land fee waiver covers the monthly fees on that 512 sq m parcel, the same way it would if you applied it to a Linden Home parcel.  The only difference is that you have to provide the house, and its L.I. is included in the impact allowance on the parcel (unlike a Linden Home, which is not counted in the parcel's L.I.)  If you buy more than a 512 sq m parcel, the waiver still covers the first 512 sq m worth of land fees.

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What Rolig didn't mention is that you won't always find all four style of Linden Home available.  The most popular styles are sometimes all taken, and so they won't show up in your choices when you go to pick one.  What you can do is to take one of the available styles, then check back periodically.  When your preferrred style is available, Abandon your current home and then sign up for a new Linden Home in your preferred style.

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