MainStreet America is a unique multimillion dollar theme park in The Woodlands, and what's behind the front façade might not be what you think.
The park consists of 12 custom built homes that have all the bells and whistles.
"MainStreet America is designed for home builders, home buyers, and remodelers to get design ideas for homes," said Teresa Galliher with Kent Moore Cabinets.
Galliher is excited about the park because it gives the Brazos Valley company a chance to showoff their products in a very unique way.
"It's given us an opportunity to showcase 12 unique and different styles of custom cabinetry," said Galliher.
As visitors tour the homes ranging from a 1,800 square foot bungalow to a 6,000 square foot mansion, they're able to learn about products featured in the homes via a computer tablet.
See something you like? Scan it to learn about the product or even purchase it. And yes, that even includes the cabinets.
"We are anticipating with our investment in the park to have a huge success," said Galliher.
Not only are all the homes unique at MainStreet America, so are the features. That allows Kent Moore Cabinets to show off their latest designs.
"When you're a custom cabinet company, you can really do just about anything," said Galliher.
From custom closets, dynamic drawers, and invisible iceboxes, the one of kind park is a home showcase unlike any other.
If you'd like to check out MainStreet America, its open seven days a week and costs $15 to tour. To find out more information, we've added a link to MainStreet America below.
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