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    HBA of FM: Home is the Nicest Word There Is – Design & Living Magazine - June 6, 2020 by admin

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    By Darrick Guthmiller, Home Builders Association of F-M President Darrick Guthmiller is a partner in Kochmann Brothers Homes, Inc., specializing in new custom homes, remodeling and lake homes.

    Homes have taken on a new meaning to us as they became our new offices, playgrounds, sporting fields, entertainment venues and safe refuges during this challenging time. Lets pause and really think about what a home means as we welcome June as Homeownership Month.

    The quote by Laura Ingalls Wilder in the headline (home is the nicest word there is) introduces not only the obvious reasons to own one (its a good investment and shelter for your family) but also the intangible reasons to own one (theres no place like home and the feeling of security it provides).

    Id like to remind homeowners who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 be aware of mortgage payment options available. If a loan is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, borrowers may be eligible to delay making their monthly mortgage payments for a temporary period during in which late fees wont be incurred and foreclosure and other legal proceedings will be suspended.

    You can check online to see if your loan is owned by either of these entities:

    If you are in the market to buy a home, here are the HBAs top three tips to help pave your way:

    Of course, there are many small communities surrounding the F-M metro area to explore as well. Contact your local jurisdiction for more details on specific incentives they may offer.

    Happy Homeownership Month! Buying a home is a great long-term investment. The HBA of F-M has many members who can help you on your path! From lenders, to Realtors to builders, you can find them all at http://www.hbafm.com/FindAMember.

    Home Builders Association of Fargo Moorhead:Nurture a thriving, innovative and diverse housing industry in our community

    For more information, contact:hbafm.cominfo@hbafm.comfacebook.com/HBAFargoMoorheadtwitter.com/hbafm

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    Covid-19 Has Changed Home Building in the Age of Telecommuting – Patch.com - June 6, 2020 by admin

    Channahon, IL As COVID-19 changes how and where people do their jobs, giving many the freedom to work remotely, some for the very first time, so too has COVID-19 changed the way people are thinking about their homes. The rise in remote work is already changing people's preferences in single-family homes and affording them greater freedom in choosing where and how to live.

    The potential threat of those leaving expensive urban centers is real. Why live with congestion when you could have half an acre and a custom house in Copper Leaf for a fraction of the price compared to some urban centers close to and in Chicago.

    "The importance of home offices has almost begun to rival the attention that buyers give to kitchens," said Judi Gardner, CEO of Channahon based Gardner Luxury Homes. "Where they will work is on nearly every buyer's mind along with having dedicated space in the home for children to do their homework."

    While some buyers just want a comfortable space to plop down with their laptops, more and more of Gardner's customers want a dedicated room where they can shut the door and take calls without interruption. "We've always done what the customer wants but we are taking the proactive step of updating of floor plans to include home offices."

    Covid-19 has also changed Gardner's overall approach to marketing. "Before, our target demographic would be those in and around Channahon, Minooka, Shorewood and Plainfield. Covid-19 has forced us to think differently why not live where you love? If you love the woods, hiking, boating, fishing why not come move to Channahon and truly begin to love life?", says Gardner.

    If you're looking to find a place with a true sense of community, perhaps Channahon may be a remote workers dream.

    Gardner Luxury Homes is a semi-custom and custom home builder with developments in Channahon, Illinois as well as Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. For more information, please visit http://www.glhhomes.com

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    Home Builders Association of Delaware Honors Schell Brothers with Numerous Regal Awards – GlobeNewswire - May 22, 2020 by admin

    The Chesapeake at Sawgrass North Exterior

    Tidewater Landing Clubhouse Interior

    Rehoboth Beach, DE, May 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On Friday, May 15th, members of the Schell Brothers team logged on to their personal laptops and gathered for an unconventional congregation of home builders at the 28th Annual Regal Awards Ceremony. This ceremony, hosted by the Home Builders Association of Delaware, honored builders across the state of Delaware with accolades for their achievements in the home building industry. Submissions are analyzed and scored by experts in categories such as sales, craftmanship and design.

    Despite the lack of in-person socializing, the Schell team made the best of this years Virtual Regal Awards. At the end of the night, they logged off of Zoom with an impressive list of well-deserved honors from another year of hard work and dedication.

    From their in-house produced magazine, At Home, to their award-winning floor plan, The Chesapeake, the Schell Brothers team snagged a wide array of awards.

    The Schell Sales team did a phenomenal job at this years Awards, bringing in 28 individual Community Sales awards for outstanding sales performance in the new home building industry. The sales teams hard work has contributed to the success of the many Schell communities.

    Schell won the following awards at this years Regals:

    Schell Brothers won the following Home Building awards:

    Best Interior Merchandising of a Clubhouse 75+ Homes: Tidewater Landing Clubhouse

    Best Exterior Merchandising of a Clubhouse 75+ Homes: Tidewater Landing Clubhouse

    Best Kitchen Design of Custom Home: Echelon Homes, The Farmhouse

    Best Luxury Home 75+ Homes: The Chesapeake at Sawgrass North

    Best Active Adult Community Home: The Newport at Independence

    Schell Brothers won the following Marketing awards:

    Best Print Ad for a Builder 75+ Homes: Home Reimagined

    Best Post Card or Direct Mail Piece: At Home Magazine

    Best Social Campaign: Project Kudos

    Best Email Blast 75+ Homes: Home Reimagined

    Best Commercial or Video 75+ Homes: Home Reimagined

    Best Event or Promotion 75+ Homes: Kindness Rocks

    Best Image Campaign 75+ Homes: Home Reimagined

    Best Overall Marketing

    Schell Brothers won the following individual awards:

    Project Manager of the Year: Joe Yurisic

    Marketing Director of the Year: Alyssa Titus

    Sales Person of the Year: Joe Wobeter

    Members of the Schell Brothers team won the following Sales awards:

    Diamond

    Adam Pettengell

    Joe Wobeter

    Tyler Brock

    Josh Hay

    Grace Reardon

    Jeff Crocket

    Platinum

    Josh Stone

    Natalie Sweeney

    Vicki Wilkins

    Kathryn Hanlon

    Frank Ryan

    Gold

    Amanda Ritter

    Mollie Stevenson

    Austin Oswinkle

    Melissa ONeill

    Tiffany Raebuer

    Nikki Southard

    Jay Hauck

    Tyler Teed

    Josh Hoinowski

    Silver

    Alli Perry

    Rosemary Wehberg

    Carole Britain

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    Price hike leads to sale of builders Burlington home – The Globe and Mail - May 22, 2020 by admin

    Summerhill Prestige Real Estate Ltd.

    5123 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, Ont.

    Asking price: $3.1-million

    Selling price: $2.7-million

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    Previous selling price: $2,030,493 (2013)

    Taxes: $18,920 (2019)

    Days on the market: 27

    Listing agents: Dina Maglietta and David Knox, Summerhill Prestige Real Estate Ltd.

    The home's great room has a 20-foot ceiling, Palladian windows and a gas fireplace.

    Summerhill Prestige Real Estate Ltd.

    A couple of agents tried and failed to sell this custom home on a 100-by-143-foot lot before a new team took it on in mid-January. Judging that previous agents had priced the home too low, they set a more ambitious asking price.

    A Facebook search shows the home was listed with an asking price of $2,998,000 in March, 2019. Later in the year, it was reduced to $2,888,000.

    Sometimes you can be priced too low and you get the wrong buyers, agent David Knox said.

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    Or its misrepresented by being priced too low because someone might assume its smaller or not as attractive. So we priced it to where we felt true market value was in representing the home, co-listing agent Dina Maglietta said

    A chandelier hangs in the great room.

    Summerhill Prestige Real Estate Ltd.

    This two-storey house was built less than 10 years ago with a French chteau-inspired exterior, a triple garage and multiple entrances, including one from the backyard to the eat-in kitchen.

    The main foyer separating the living and dining rooms features a 26-foot ceiling and a Scarlett OHara-style staircase to the four bedrooms upstairs.

    The great room toward the rear of the house has a 20-foot ceiling, Palladian windows and a gas fireplace.

    There is also a main floor den and a guest room containing one of five bathrooms.

    The basement is unfinished with nine-foot ceilings and roughed-in heating.

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    It was a builders personal home that he custom built, so he went above and beyond with the use of quality materials, Ms. Maglietta said.

    [For instance], the master bedroom was huge with coffered ceilings, a limestone gas fireplace, a walk-in closet, a 10-piece ensuite spa-like bathroom and a double door entry.

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    There’s no place like home: Design and build during the age of the coronavirus – Trumbull Times - May 22, 2020 by admin

    A home office for children has become a common request for architects, builders, and interior designers as children practice distance learning during the coronavirus. Here, a sunlit space, designed by Wadia Associates in New Canaan, features two desks and chairs, plenty of storage, bookshelves, and a gorgeous stained glass window, creating the perfect environment in which to work.

    A home office for children has become a common request for architects, builders, and interior designers as children practice distance learning during the coronavirus. Here, a sunlit space, designed by

    A home office for children has become a common request for architects, builders, and interior designers as children practice distance learning during the coronavirus. Here, a sunlit space, designed by Wadia Associates in New Canaan, features two desks and chairs, plenty of storage, bookshelves, and a gorgeous stained glass window, creating the perfect environment in which to work.

    A home office for children has become a common request for architects, builders, and interior designers as children practice distance learning during the coronavirus. Here, a sunlit space, designed by

    Theres no place like home: Design and build during the age of the coronavirus

    Members of the interior design and home building industry have found it necessary to adapt to changing, evolving economies over the years. From bull markets and bear markets to recessions and post-9/11, this group of professionals has had to think creatively in order to persevere.

    Now, the virulent novel coronavirus, dubbed Covid-19, has brought the entire world to a screeching halt and has radically affected the way we live, work, play, and learn, and will continue to do so for a long time to come. As various parts of the country begin to reopen, the virus is influencing the creative process. It can no longer be business as usual in this environment. Architects, interior designers, home builders, and contractors are having to think outside the box when interacting with clients, meeting with subcontractors, and presenting and installing projects.

    Our vendors have offered to show their fabric lines to us virtually. They show us all the new fabrics over the computer, and then we order samples, says Jan Hiltz, an interior designer with more than 25 years experience and the owner of Westport-based Jan Hiltz Interiors. It works for me; Ive been doing this (type of work) for so long, Ive found that where theres a will, theres a way.

    Were in the midst of preparing for our first Zoom presentation, adds Christine Hiltz, Jan Hiltzs daughter-in-law and an interior designer in the firm.

    For some firms, virtual presentations will be the preferred procedure, at least for a few weeks or months, or longer. The virus is going to be guiding the way we do business until we get a vaccine. Things will evolve slowly, says Dinyar Wadia, principal of Wadia Associates, an award-winning architectural and interior design firm based in New Canaan. I dont think this thing is going to go away for a while. We just have to adapt.

    Programs such as Zoom have been a blessing to some, like Wadia, who has noticed an unintended benefit to using the online platform: It is easier to gauge a clients or prospective clients immediate reaction to sour proposals, whereas during in-person meetings, it is rude to stare so you might miss subtle physiological responses or cues, he explains.

    While some designers are choosing the practice of designing at a distance, others are bravely plunging into the fray. Wadia and Jan and Christine Hiltz are doing both, depending on the level of each clients comfort. Designers conducting in-person consultations and presentations, however, have had to arm themselves, in addition to the usual tools of color wheel, fabric swatches, and measuring tape, with masks, gloves, protective booties, and disinfectant.

    Wadia notes that he is also foregoing handshakes. Although he has tested negative for Covid-19, he takes precautions to avoid exposure and prevent him from bringing the virus home to his wife, he says.

    Marsha Matto, principal and head designer of Point of View Interiors in Sandy Hook, says she still conducts some in-person meetings, although they are anything but ordinary. For a recent meeting at a plumbing supply store, for example, Matto says she was required to arrive after regular business hours, wear a mask and gloves, have her temperature taken, and sign a waiver disavowing the company of any responsibility if she contracted the virus there. Business just cant happen the same way anymore, at least not for now, Matto says.

    She admits, Its been difficult. And not just because some clients have put projects on hold and because of social distancing guidelines, but also because of disruptions in the supply chain. Upholsterers might still be working with a crew, albeit smaller, but theyre not able to get the cushion fillings or frames, all requisite pieces and parts that go into creating custom furniture, says Matto, who has more than 20 years of experience in high-end residential and commercial design, and who also serves as chair of the Interior Design Department at the University of Bridgeport.

    The New York company she hired to pick up and deliver a furniture order in New Jersey for one of her commercial clients in Connecticut had to decline when that business was deemed nonessential, leaving Matto scrambling to arrange transport herself at a higher cost. Instead of a simple delivery and installation, it turned into a nightmare, she recalls. Frustration sets in from time to time but most people are understanding.

    Robert Berger, a Westport-based architect and builder, notes that many of his clients want renovations that relate directly to the coronavirus. Homeowners are requesting that we install hands-free sinks, operated by foot pedals or a motion sensor, or a second desk or office space, ideally enclosed, as parents are working from home, and their children are distance learning, he states. Everyone is thinking about how they will be living in their homes during the age of the coronavirus, and beyond.

    Washers and dryers located inside the homes point of first contact (such as in a mudroom), so residents can remove and wash their clothes as soon as they come in, are also on the wish lists of todays homeowners. Eventually, I predict well be installing exterior entry doorway panels in front of which people can wave a key and the door will open, eliminating any need to touch a doorknob, Berger explains.

    Hard surfaces tend to be easier to keep clean, and design professionals are specifying materials such as stainless steel, which can be cleaned with ammonia- and alcohol-based products (brass and other metals with lacquer finishes cannot), and countertops made from quartz or other hard materials, according to Berger. Some cabinet manufacturers already carry cabinets that can be opened and closed with either wave in front of the door or a single finger push opening, he says, and I think more clients will be requesting options like these now and in the future.

    Some people may think redecorating a house in the midst of a global medical pandemic is frivolous but Jan Hiltz says her work has not decreased. In fact, she has a five-month waiting list, perhaps because people are spending even more time at home than usual and who knows for how long and they want their living environments to be beautiful, and to feel safe. Now, home has become a real sanctuary, Jan Hiltz states.

    She reports that her company has already received several requests for outdoor projects. Many of her clients want to install in-ground swimming pools because they dont want to go to public facilities anymore, and they also want more backyard amenities that will allow them to invite friends over while still safely socially distancing.

    Life goes on, and it brings joy to people even to just consider the promise of decorating, bringing new ideas into their home, and bringing sunshine and brightness to their home, she says.

    One of her clients sums it up this way: We really need this.

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    Hot Property: Kameron Westcott’s Glamorous Home in Highland Park – D Magazine - May 22, 2020 by admin

    Reality star Kameron Westcott is making moves. The Real Housewives of Dallas cast member recently put her Highland Park mansion on the market for $5,125,000.

    While the price is steep, the property is massive. The 7,409-square-foot home sits on a quarter-acre of land. Designed by D Best-winning home builder George Lewis, the homes faade includes an arched front door, double balcony, and Mediterranean details, complemented by impeccably pruned landscaping.

    When designing their home, the Westcotts were inspired by Kamerons Santa Barbara upbringing. [Theres a] fresh, airy, and seamless flow from indoor to outdoor living in the residence, says listing agent Kelli Macatee. Even the palm trees and cypress trees bring in a little hint of the beauty of California. Her husband Court grew up going to Santa Barbara, so they share that love and its expressed in every detail of the home.

    Kamerons infamous penchant for pink is incorporated as well, though more subtly than I had expected. The kitchen is stark white, from the Carrara marble to the custom cabinetry. Her signature hue makes an appearance in the adjoining breakfast nooks abstract artwork and upholstered chairs. The dining room features neutral furniture and dark-toned still lifes, though a neon pink sign bathes the space in rosy light. The home theater has a black and red palette, but when the lights are flipped on, the room is illuminated by glittering pink sconces.

    The study, on the other hand, is brazenly feminine. From the bubblegum walls to the pink zebra print chairs and gold starburst chandelier, its clear that this room is Kamerons personal retreat.

    The home is full of surprises, like an elevator, a wine cellar, a game room, and a hidden room attached to the study. The backyard was made for entertaining, with multiple seating arrangements for dining al fresco, overhead fans, and an invisible screen. The pool is shaded by trees and decorated with natural stone, and the adjacent yard boasts a playhouse and slide.

    Take a full tour of the Westcott home with our photo gallery below.

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    An Artist Handcrafted This Abode as a Thank You to His Mom Nearly One Hundred Years Ago – Dwell - May 22, 2020 by admin

    Nearly 100 years ago, local builder and artisan Frederick (Fritz) Ruppel tapped into his master craftsmanship to design a dream home for a very special clienthis mother, Gertrude. Nestled on a spacious, manicured lot in Pasadena, California, the 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival known today as The Ruppel House was recently put up for sale.

    Frederick Ruppel was a local builder and artisan who helped restore the historic landmark Mission San Juan Capistrano. Ruppel originally built this one-level residence for his mother and later moved into the dwelling with his wife.

    The 1,825-square-foot home is located close to the famous Arroyo Rose Bowl. Past trimmed hedges in the front yard, an expansive outdoor seating area offers a private corner to gather.

    The 1,825-square-foot dwelling remains in pristine condition, blending original features with sensitive updates throughout the years. The heart of the home is a large living room that boasts beamed cathedral ceilings and opens to a courtyard and fountain. Arched doorways connect the interior spaces, while custom built-ins enhance the historic charm.

    Upon arrival, an entryway leads into the home's main living room where a breathtaking beamed ceiling takes center stage.

    In total, the house includes three bedrooms and two baths. The remodeled kitchen offers light blue cabinetry, adding a pop of color to the otherwise wood and terracotta tones. A private side patio is idyllic for a future herb garden. Scroll ahead to see more of the property, currently listed for $1,495,000.

    A wood-burning fireplace anchors the living area, while French doors open to a courtyard.

    Light blue cabinetry in the kitchen infuse a fresh aesthetic while providing an abundance of storage. All new appliances were also installed, including a double Viking range.

    Another view of the kitchen. Additional cabinetry along the rear wall sit adjacent to a door leading outside.

    Steps away from the kitchen is the formal dining room which includes original hardwood floors and beamed ceilings.

    French doors in the master bedroom open to an additional private patio.

    Custom cabinetry lines one of the walls in the master bath. Original tiles line the floors.

    A closer look at the original tiled shower/tub in the master bath.

    A peek at another one of the three bedrooms.

    The other bathrooms also features original tile-work.

    Thick landscaping surrounds the home, ensuring ample privacy while creating a city oasis.

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    Vision Homes Inc is a Leading Custom Home Builder in Morgantown, WV – MENAFN.COM - May 10, 2020 by admin

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    Morgantown, WV - Building a house from scratch gives families the benefit of being able to design each space with their own style, include modern details, and adapt it to the needs of the family group. In contrast to pre-owned houses, owners do not have to worry about investing in expensive repairs that are normally part of buying an old house. However, in order to receive what is expected from a custom home, it also requires putting the project in the right hands.

    Regarding their client-oriented solutions, the company's spokesperson said, "At Vision Homes Inc, we love what we do, and we want you to love where you live. Our team is made up of hard-working professionals that listen to your needs and wants, and work hard to exceed your expectations."

    This Morgantown custom home builder is a well-recognized company, known for providing unparalleled solutions to design and build custom homes. Their company has been building custom homes for over 20 years, bringing happiness to over 500 families in North Central West Virginia by managing their custom home building projects. Whether their clients are looking to build a model green home or include their dream kitchen in their next home, Vision Homes Inc specializes in bringing clients' dreams to reality with the best craftsmanship at the best possible value.

    Aiming to provide the best assistance in each phase of construction, Vision Homes Inc has assembled a specialized team of experts under one roof. Their team is proudly represented by an in-house drafting department to assist with plan adjustments and modifications, a full-time pricing department to match the project to the agreed-upon budget to avoid surprises, a reliable team of builders and designers to enable high quality and on-time completion, and a full-time warranty manager to oversee the project and ensure that clients receive the attention they deserve.

    Aware of the fact that the home is one of the most precious assets of every individual, Vision Homes Inc uses the finest materials from nationally recognized manufacturers such as Andersen, Alcoa, and Trane, which are not only famous for their versatile and very modern designs but are also known for their extended lifespan.

    "The features of Vision Homes Inc are the best products the home building industry has to offer. We use nothing but the best nationally known building materials from reputable manufacturers and, unlike most builders, the products that we use are not upgrades, they are the standard quality materials we incorporate into each and every one of our designs. We give you the best homes for your money without sacrificing quality," added the spokesperson, regarding the products they use on every project.

    Vision Homes Inc is located at 1128 Grafton Road, Morgantown, WV 26508. Contact their team via phone at (304) 296-0024 or via email at . For additional information regarding this professional home builder , visit their website.

    Media Contact Company Name: Vision Homes Inc Contact Person: Rocky Simmons Email: Send Email Phone: (304) 296-0024 Address: 1128 Grafton Road City: Morgantown State: WV Country: United States Website: http://www.askvisionhomes.com/

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    Pencsak Builders Luxurious Custom Home in the city of Garden Ridge! – mySA - May 10, 2020 by admin

    Sponsored by Greater San Antonio Builders Association

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Pencsak Builders at Wild Wind19803 WILD HOLLOW, GARDEN RIDGE, 78266

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Pencsak Builders at Wild Wind19803 WILD HOLLOW, GARDEN RIDGE, 78266

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Pencsak Builders at Wild Wind19803 WILD HOLLOW, GARDEN RIDGE, 78266

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Pencsak Builders at Wild Wind19803 WILD HOLLOW, GARDEN RIDGE, 78266

    Pencsak Builders Luxurious Custom Home in the city of Garden Ridge!

    Luxurious custom home perfectly located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the city of Garden Ridge! Large front porch with grand entry opens to soaring ceilings. Subtle modern farmhouse interior with vaulted ceilings, decorative beams, gas range, quartz counters, stainless steel appliances and designer fixtures. The open floorplan overlooks the oversized covered patio. Custom sliding doors bring the outside into the downstairs media/game room with large bar area perfect for entertaining. Kitchen has professional gas stove w/pot filler & one of a kind Michael Edwards Custom Cabinets. Office with large open view of the many oak trees this 1-acre lot offers. Private master suite with master bath and separate his & her closets, remote control shower and soaking tub. In addition, this home, Showcases the beauty of floating stairs to exude an air of modern appeal that adds both aesthetic intrigue and functionality to the design, allowing for a seamless flow from one level of a home to another. Upstairs featuring bonus room and two bedrooms that each have their own full bathroom. This house is uniquely designed with functionality and beauty. Its a natural light paradise!! Contact Angela Pencsak 210-771-0791 for more information.The Wild Wind residential community lies within the quiet but growing city of Garden Ridge, an incorporated city of over 1,200 acres, northeast of San Antonio. It sits approximately 4 miles North of loop 1604 and 5 miles north of I-35 in Comal County, Texas.Our magnificent 154 acres of rolling hills, thick with ancient live oaks and cedar elms feature 119 wooded lots ranging in size form 3/4 acres to 2 acres. We are a gated community with entry at the intersection of Bat Cave Road and Blazing Star with a second entrance off of Nacogdoches Road, via Tonkawa Pass. Click here for more info: Pencsak Builders

    The Spring Tour of Homeshosted by theGreater San Antonio Builders Associationand presented in partnership withCPS EnergyandKeith Zars Pools.The Spring Tour of Homes features approximately 60 homes, 26 builders and 11 beautiful communities. Explore participating communities in San Antonio, Boerne, New Braunfels, and south of downtown.

    The Spring Tour of Homeskicks offMay 18 and runs through May 31. Enter for a chance to win a custom pool package fromKeith Zars Poolsvalued at $50,000 (restrictions apply) during the Spring Tour of Homes. Visit a home on the tour to enter orsabuilders.comfor more details.

    2020 Spring Tour Of Homes:

    Open House Hours:

    Saturday, May 23rd 10am to 5pm

    Sunday, May 24th 12:00 Noon to 5:00pm

    Monday, May 25th 12:00 Noon to 5:00pm (Memorial Day)

    Saturday, May 30th 10am to 5pm

    Sunday, May 31st 12:00 Noon to 5pm

    Editors Note: This content is made possible by Greater San Antonio Builders Association and Pencsak Builders. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of The San Antonio Express-News' or mySanAntonio.com's editorial staff. Learn more about our advertising products at http://www.hearstmediasanantonio.com.

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    Texas Contemporary by Burdick Custom Homes in the heart of Huntington Community – mySA - May 10, 2020 by admin

    sponsored by Greater San Antonio Builders Association

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Burdick Custom Homes at Huntington of Shavano Park215 Wellesley Loop, SA 78231

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Burdick Custom Homes at Huntington of Shavano Park215 Wellesley Loop, SA 78231

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    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Burdick Custom Homes at Huntington of Shavano Park215 Wellesley Loop, SA 78231

    2020 Spring Tour of Homes

    Burdick Custom Homes at Huntington of Shavano Park215 Wellesley Loop, SA 78231

    Texas Contemporary by Burdick Custom Homes in the heart of Huntington Community

    Texas Contemporary on a beautiful 1 acre, green belt lot in the heart of Shavano Park. 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, 3-Car Split Garage. Study could be 5th bedroom with optional bath, Game Room with wet bar, 17'x12' Flex Space/Workshop. Large Covered Patio with outdoor kitchen and electric retractable bug screens is perfect for a relaxing evening or entertaining friends. Backyard oasis is nestled among mature trees and offers privacy for a dip in the Keith Zars designed pool. Est Completion: Aug 2020 Approx. 4,904 sq ft.

    For more information contactTracy Harris | 210-497-2200

    For nearly four decades Burdick has established a history of building timeless and stunning luxury custom homes in the finest communities in San Antonio, Texas. Marrying the natural attributes of each home site with your personal vision and budgetary goals, we consider all aspects of not only of your custom home, but of your entire site plan, short term and long term goals and objectives. As an award winning San Antonio custom home builder we believe in limiting our build area and how far away we will build a custom home. This proximity guarantees our promise of more personalized attention to you, more time and supervision dedicated to your custom home, and to the subcontractors building your home that help us make your dream a reality. Just an overall better way of building! For more info: Burdick Custom Homes

    Related:Burdick Custom Homes in Smithson Ridge with STUNNING Hill Country Views

    Spring Tour of Homes hosted by the Greater San Antonio Builders Associationand presented in partnership withCPS EnergyandKeith Zars Pools. The Spring Tour of Homes features approximately 60 homes, 26 builders and 11 beautiful communities. Explore participating communities in San Antonio, Boerne, New Braunfels, and south of downtown.

    The Spring Tour of Homes kicks off May 18 and runs through May 31. Enter for a chance to win a custom pool package from Keith Zars Pools valued at $50,000 (restrictions apply) during the Spring Tour of Homes. Visit a home on the tour to enter orsabuilders.comfor more details.

    2020 Spring Tour Of Homes:

    Open House Hours:

    Saturday, May 23rd 10am to 5pm

    Sunday, May 24th 12:00 Noon to 5:00pm

    Monday, May 25th 12:00 Noon to 5:00pm (Memorial Day)

    Saturday, May 30th 10am to 5pm

    Sunday, May 31st 12:00 Noon to 5pm

    Editors Note: This content is made possible by Greater San Antonio Builders Association and Burdick Custom Homes . It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of The San Antonio Express-News' or mySanAntonio.com's editorial staff. Learn more about our advertising products at http://www.hearstmediasanantonio.com.

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