2011 Parade Home: Terra Numa
Kayenta is proud to announce its 2011 Parade of Homes entry – Terra Numa. “Numa” is a Piute word meaning “the People” and “Terra” the Latin word for earth or land. Roughly translated: Land of the People or People of the Land.Located in the popular Taviawk Shinava Trail area of Kayenta, Terra Numa features 360 degrees of flawless natural beauty and plenty of room to breathe. With an imaginative layout and thoughtful attention to detail, Terra Numa offers a warm and livable atmosphere both indoors and out. Economical and eco-friendly, Terra Numa is the third home in southern Utah to receive Green Build Certification from the National Association of Home Builders. Smart Green features include, polished concrete floors, multi-zoned climate control with energy recovery ventilation, LED illumination, and a hybrid foam/cellulose insulation system. The home offers over 2,772 square feet of living space with a large 3 car garage, 3 bedroom, 3 bath plus an extra room for a studio/workshop/exercise room/additional bedroom.
The 2011 Parade Home features a contemporary design at a great price in the low $600s, according to Matt Marten, the designer of the home. The Taviawk Shinava Trails area offers 2/3+ acre building sites with a custom design and built home in the low $500′s.