Bringing the Outside In with Moving Glass Walls


La Cima at Cresta Bella is a peaceful, quiet and active adult community. The lifestyle associated with this Garden Home development encompassed comfort, spacious living and privacy. The project was built by Sitterle Homes, a home builder in Texas with over 50 years of experience, who focuses on the latest construction techniques and low-maintenance lifestyles. 

Create an outdoor space you love

A Contemporary Look

Milgard Tuscany® Series Vinyl Windows, in Tan, were used in conjunction with Moving Glass Walls for this La Cima project, which featured Mediterranean exteriors with clay tile roofs in a luxurious contemporary setting. The stacked sliding doors were key to bringing the outside in and leveraging the beautiful views in the surrounding area.

Patio doors for outdoor living

Open Concept Floor Plan

The open concept floor plan was enhanced by the flood of natural light offered by the Moving Glass Wall Systems, which is a popular feature among homeowner customers. They helped to feature the “great room” / kitchen combo area of the house.

Open concept floor plan

Endless Possibilities

Tuscany Series vinyl windows are great for new construction projects because they give builders endless possibilities for their design visions. Sitterle chose them for this project because the design pressure is higher than other windows. The Milgard SmartTouch® lock is also a feature that is important to Sitterle, because it helps their homeowners easily open or close their windows in one single motion.

New home with a Contemporary Look

Sitterle values the quality and dependability of the Milgard Full Lifetime Warranty on the Tuscany Series, which also helps provide peace of mind to the original homeowner.

Vinyl windows for new construction projects

Project Information

Products used:  Tuscany® Series Windows and Moving Glass Wall Systems

Builder: Sitterle Homes

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Distributor: Guido Lumber Company

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