NEW PROJECT DETAILS!
Have you seen us post about the Homestead at Lakeview on our Facebook or Instagram?! We are SO excited to get to share more details with you about this amazing project we’ve been working on!!!
The Homestead is a brand new housing community in Provo, Utah. It’s unique because everything you need is located on the MAIN FLOOR (master bed/bath, guest room/bath, kitchen, great room, laundry, etc) without sacrificing on style. Each home features gorgeous finishes (in fact, many of the standard features are so luxurious that they’d be considered upgrades with other builders)!
The Homestead is perfect for those that like to entertain. Every floor plan has an open concept kitchen that looks out over a large great room. Between the vaulted ceilings and the natural lighting illuminating this space, it’s sure to be the heart of your home.
The Homestead is a MAINTENANCE FREE, fully landscaped community (even landscaping of the backyard is included). Each home features either a 2 or 3 car garage. The thing we love most about these garages is that they are over-sized (giving you an additional foot of height, 2 feet of width, and 2 feet of depth than a standard garage)!
Whether you are looking for a quick move in or you’d like to build a custom home from scratch, the Homestead has the home for you. Eagle Summit Construction is amazing to work with because they understand the importance of customization and quality craftsmanship. This should feel like YOUR home! You can choose your homes finishes from our large design selection and can even customize the floor plans themselves!
If you or someone you know is looking for a beautiful home with main level living feel free to give us a call for more information or visit www.HomesteadAtLakeview.com!
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