High Grove at Tates Creek Dream Community

High Grove at Tates Creek is a dream community for independent living. To enhance that dream, the community recently added 12 single-level cottages. Each one is covered in low-maintenance DaVinci Slate synthetic roofing tiles, in an attractive Evergreen color.

Located in Lexington, Kentucky, the cottages are duplexes and quads. This way neighbors are conveniently close. The cottages are part of a state-of-the-art facility featuring assisted living, memory care and independent living.

Living is Easy

A birds-eye view of how DaVinci Slate tiles transformed this residential communityWhat’s not to love about High Grove at Tates Creek? The newly-built cottages are in a resort-like setting. Yard work, snow and trash removal, restaurant-style dining, and social activities are all included. There’s also a fitness center, movie theater, chapel and beauty salon.

The fully equipped kitchens in the cottages are appreciated by the residents. Each one-level open floor plan makes retirement living easier at High Grove.

This dream community was designed by Rich Design Studios  The structures were constructed to last. Isaacs Roofing and Sheet Metal took special care to install the DaVinci roofs. Low-maintenance exterior products, like the composite roofing, means the management team has fewer headaches.

Roofing Beauty

DaVinci Roofscapes makes its composite roofing in Kansas. The composite roofing on each cottage looks like natural slate. With DaVinci products, residents  have an authentic, natural looking roof to complement their home’s design.

DaVinci synthetic slate tiles are constructed of a composite material of virgin resins, UV and thermal stabilizers. Plus there’s a highly-specialized fire retardant. The result is a state-of-the-art tile that endures beautifully in any climate.

Modeled from actual slate for a natural, non-repeating beauty, DaVinci tiles resist fading, rotting, cracking, and pests. And, each tile resists impact, severe weather and fire.

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