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How 5 of the DC Area’s Top Builders Are Saving Energy and Saving You Money

Posted: June 21, 2018 at 9:27 am by: NewHomesGuide


The return of summer always means a return to warmer weather, outdoor fun and exciting vacations you wish could last a lifetime. But for many homeowners, it also means a return of higher energy bills that come as a direct result of trying to keep their homes cool in the summer heat.

Thankfully for new homebuyers, however, many of the region’s top builders have dedicated themselves to helping their customers save energy. These efficiency initiatives go by a lot of different names, but they’re all about putting more money in your pocket at the end of the day. So if you’re tired of burning up your cash to cool your old, inefficient home, these are the programs and builders that you should check out in your new home search.

Brookfield Blue by Brookfield Residential

Brookfield Residential has established itself in the DC metro area as a leader in homebuilder innovation, and its energy-efficiency approach is no different.

They call it “Brookfield Blue,” and it’s an entire program of efficiency features and principles that come standard in every new home. From water-saving faucets and Low-E windows to energy-saving appliances and low-VOC paints and carpets, Brookfield Blue is all about creating a more efficient, healthier place to call home.

Brookfield wants to give you the power to make your own choices about efficiency options, too. That’s why they offer a wide variety of sustainable and renewable features to choose from throughout the area. Have an electric car? You can put a charging station right in your garage. Want to use solar power? They have that, too. It’s all designed to save you energy and money and to give you a home that fits the way you want to live.

High-Performance Homes from Mid-Atlantic Builders

Choosing a Mid-Atlantic Builders High-Performance Home means you get a masterfully crafted, custom-fit home that provides you with a healthier, more comfortable environment to live in every day.

They make it all possible by using the latest building innovations and structural practices to maximize comfort and healthier air quality. And it goes beyond a healthier place to live. With their Energy$mart℠ program, your new Mid-Atlantic Builders home will consume less energy, give you higher efficiency and save you up to 60% on your utility bills.

Best of all? Mid-Atlantic Builders’ dedication to craftsmanship means you can be confident that your new, efficient home is built to last a lifetime.

LivingSmart® with Winchester Homes

You don’t have to look too hard to see the benefits of LivingSmart®. Committed to saving the planet and saving you money, Winchester Homes builds homes that foster cleaner air quality, more energy efficiency and have a lower impact on the environment.

And with new HomeSmart technology now available in select communities, they’re making it easier for you to stay in control of your home’s energy usage from wherever you are.

Toll Green from Toll Brothers

Preserving the environment is an integral part of Toll Brothers’ homebuilding process.

Toll Green is their promise to build energy-efficient homes that limit the impact on the environment. From efficient gas fireplaces to environmentally friendly flooring, Toll Brothers offers an expansive array of green features and sustainable products to save the planet and save you money. And when it comes to choosing where to build, they create homes and communities that complement natural elements and preserve as much open space as possible.

BuiltSmart by NVHomes

NVHomes has always believed that energy efficiency should complement better living. And with their BuiltSmart approach, they’re able to do just that.

BuiltSmart is all about finely appointing every new luxury home they build with exquisite details, high-end features and lavish finishes — all without compromising the homes’ efficiency. From the appliances they choose to include to the building materials and methods they employ, NVHomes takes its BuiltSmart approach to ensure comfort, savings, style and peace of mind are all built in.

3 Reasons Why Brambleton is a Game-Changing Community in Northern Virginia

Posted: June 13, 2018 at 10:55 am by: NewHomesGuide


If you’re searching for a new home near Ashburn, you’ve likely come across Brambleton before. It should come as no surprise because this is one of the region’s top communities — and for good reason.

Here’s why you should definitely take a closer look at this master-planned community if you haven’t already.

It’s More Connected

Whether you’re talking about its proximity to commuter routes the best of the DC metro area or simply the shopping and dining that’s within walking distance, Brambleton is a community defined by convenience.

When you’re not at work or out enjoying Loudoun County, you can head to the Town Center or one of the community’s numerous parks. You’ll meet friends at outdoor concerts or at the sports courts for a round of your favorite game. Or you can cool off with friends and family at one of the pools.

However you choose to spend your time, this community connects you to everything you want and all the energy that makes it such a special place to call home.

It’s More Modern

Brambleton has always featured a diverse collection of new home designs — from single-family homes to townhomes — from some of the area’s most respected builders. And now, with its new urban-style townhomes in Downtown Brambleton, that collection includes more strikingly modern options than ever before.

Whether it’s from Miller & Smith’s Garden Collection or Knutson’s Rooftop Terrace Towns, if you want a contemporary design, you won’t be disappointed by the selection available to you.

It Offers More Value

With new single-family homes and townhomes from respected builders such as Knutson, Miller & Smith, Van Metre Homes and Winchester Homes, there’s something for everyone at Brambleton.

From stylish, spacious new townhomes from the upper $400s to lavish single-family homes from the low $700s, the builders you’ll find at this master-planned community proudly offer a multitude designs and a wide range of price points.

But beyond the price of your new home is the incredible value you’ll find with your community’s extensive selection of amenities. With parks, sports courts, walking trails, pools, golf course, fishing ponds, picnic areas and so much more, Brambleton epitomizes the value of living in a master-planned community.

Best of all, there’s never been a better time to find your new home at Brambleton. There are more completed amenities than ever — and more are on the way — plus new sections, such as West Park and Birchwood, are now available. Want to learn more? Visit today.

Inside Model Homes: The Windermere and the Ridgeview from Toll Brothers

Posted: May 30, 2018 at 12:11 pm by: NewHomesGuide

When it comes to constructing and furnishing beautiful model homes, our friends at Toll Brothers are among the best in the business. And we’ve got two such model homes we’re highlighting from this national builder. First, it’s the Ridgeview, a stunning single-family home at Weatherstone, which is located in Baldwin, MD. The second, the Windermere model that you can find at Lenah Mill – The Estates in Aldie, VA.

So without further ado, let’s take a closer look at these model homes (photos courtesy of Ron Blunt).

The Ridgeview

A National Gold Award-winning model home, the Ridgeview features an impressive two-story foyer and boasts a double-turned staircase that’s flanked by a study and formal dining room. The great room overlooks an awe-inspiring kitchen that includes a substantial island, walk-in pantry and a relaxing sun-lit breakfast area.



Upstairs, the palatial owner’s suite includes a luxurious sitting room, dual walk-in closets and deluxe master bathroom. And if you’re looking for more convenience in your life or even multi-generational-living options, this model also includes a first-floor guest bedroom, a mud room and a centrally located laundry room.


The Windermere

The Windermere model is another testament to Toll Brothers’ dedication to quality and luxury. Its spacious eat-in kitchen flows into a welcoming family room, which makes it the ideal entertaining area for family and friends.



The home’s central and rear staircases lead to a convenient loft area, which offers easy access to the adjacent bedrooms and the laundry room. Other highlights include a lavish study, a princess suite with private bath and walk-in closet, a gorgeous owner’s suite with private bath and walk-in closet, and luxurious outdoor living spaces.



Like what you see? Be sure to check out all of Toll Brothers’ offerings in Maryland and Virginia by visiting their builder profile on our website!

6 New Home Communities You Need to Check Out if You Love the Great Outdoors

Posted: May 23, 2018 at 12:56 pm by: NewHomesGuide


Great schools nearby, easy access to commuter routes, a quiet, comfortable setting — these are all musts for any community. But for those of us who love enjoying everything the spring and summer have to offer, we know that outdoor amenities are key features of the place we eventually call home.

From walking trails to pools and everything in between, builders and developers are designing more new home communities around outdoor amenities than ever before. And here are just a few that you should absolutely check out if you’re searching for a new home in the DC area:

Brambleton | Ashburn, VA

Featuring a vast array of home designs from Knutson Companies, Miller & Smith, Van Metre Homes and Winchester Homes, Brambleton is unquestionably one of Northern Virginia’s top communities.

Beyond an extensive selection of home styles, however, is an incredible selection of amenities, including several community parks and sports fields, four swimming pool complexes and more than 15 miles of paved trails. Brambleton has it all already, but better yet, they’re still not finished adding new features, amenities and homes.

Marlboro Ridge | Upper Marlboro, MD

From Toll Brothers, Marlboro Ridge is a hidden gem that’s located just five minutes from the Beltway in Prince George’s County.

Marlboro Ridge is a unique addition to this list. Yes, it includes the traditional outdoor amenities — hiking and biking trails, a community park, play fields, playgrounds, pools and tennis courts. But it’s also home to a unique equestrian experience. Its on-site equestrian center features state-of-the-art care for horses and a full-time barn manager. What’s more, the community also offers equestrian trails and riding lessons for riders at every level.

Snowden Bridge | Stephenson, VA

This master-planned community, located just five minutes from downtown Winchester, VA, was designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind.

With its sizable park and playground, picnic pavilion, adults-only swimming pool, kids-only pirate water park and bike race track, Snowden Bridge is resort living at its finest. Better yet, it’s accessible to first-time buyers and veteran homebuyers alike, thanks to a wide variety of home styles and prices from builders Brookfield Residential and Ryan Homes.

Classic Ridge on the Occoquan | Manassas, VA

Situated on the beautiful Occoquan River shoreline, this secluded neighborhood features custom homes from Classic Concept Builders as well as a bevy of opportunities to connect with nature.

Classic Ridge offers 1- to 9+ acre wooded homesites as well as a 1-acre riverfront community park. Plus, it’s even better if you like boating or fishing because this community gives you easy access to both.

Potomac Shores | Potomac Shores, VA

When Potomac Shores won “Community of the Year” in 2016, it came as no surprise to us. This master-planned destination deserved it.

Sports fields, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, parks, trails and more — it’s all part of Potomac Shores, a resort-style community nestled on the banks of the Potomac River. And with new homes from four respected builders, this is the ideal place for families of all sizes to call home.

Willowsford | Aldie, VA

Perhaps no other community in the DC area connects with nature quite as well as Willowsford. It’s a sizable planned community that’s centered around a 300-acre plot of nature conservancy land as well as a working community farm.

Throughout each of Willowsford’s four distinct neighborhoods (called “villages”), you’ll find a wide array of other amenities, too, including a pool, recreation areas, lakes, playgrounds, parks, campfire areas and miles upon miles of walking trails.

Want to find more master-planned communities with great outdoor amenities in your area? Visit our website to start your search now.

Eight Features Homebuyers Want Now

Posted: May 18, 2018 at 1:14 pm by: NewHomesGuide

Buyers have multiple reasons for choosing a newly built home over a resale. Sometimes it’s a matter of the location or the community amenities. Some buyers just like the idea of being the first owners of a residence. But nearly every buyer of a new home appreciates the option of adding their own personality to their home.

Whether it’s an unusual light fixture, a textured wall in the great room, a distinctive mantel over the fireplace or super-luxurious freestanding tub that looks like a piece of art, buyers have plenty of options to make their home theirs. At the same time, researchers at the National Association of Home Builders and Professional Builder magazine identify trends that have widespread appeal among today’s buyers.

As you visit model homes and narrow the choices you make for your home, consider these current popular trends that appeal to baby boomers, millennials and Gen X homebuyers.

Smaller Floor Plans with Open Spaces


The average home size shrank a bit in 2016 and was flat in 2017, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Today’s buyers want homes that live large, with open kitchen and living areas that make even a smaller home feel larger. Even when a house has a smaller footprint, rooms with large windows and well-designed, clean spaces are appealing.

Flexible Spaces for Changing Family Configurations

When you look at a floor plan, you may see first floor spaces and second-floor spaces labeled as “bonus rooms” or “flex spaces.”


Even rooms designated as a dining room or a living room or a home office often have an optional closet and an adjacent bathroom, allowing the space to have different functions as your household changes. This could be a great place to corral the toys when your kids are little, serve as a bedroom for long-term guests or an aging parent and then become a home office when you’re ready to start your own business.

Storage and Simplicity

Whether it’s HGTV or Houzz or the Japanese decluttering influence, more and more buyers are emphasizing storage everywhere they can get it.


Built-in pantries, shelving in the laundry room and garage and well-designed formal and informal entries are all places where buyers want more storage options. Closet organizers are desirable in every bedroom, too, to maximize storage and neatness.

Big Islands


As the kitchen becomes the central place for interacting with friends and family, builders have increased the size of the center island to accommodate more activities. Not only is there space for dining and socializing, with seating and good lighting, but islands often include extra outlets for powering up tech devices to make it easier to do homework, cook or catch up on emails.

Two-Tone Cabinets and Quartz Counters

Quartz is the most popular kitchen counter choice by far: 94 percent of professionals surveyed for the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s 2017 Design Trends report call it “trendy.”


Two-tone cabinets, usually with a dark color for the floor cabinets and white or a light paint color for the top cabinets, are also popular and distinctive.

Pet-Friendly Features

Americans love their pets and builders are beginning to offer specialized cabinets and spaces to store giant bags of dog and cat food, a designated place for a litter box and pull-out low shelves for pet food dishes.


These spaces fit the pattern of hyper-organized storage and the desire of buyers to personalize their home to fit all of their family needs, including the family pet.

Smart Universal Design

Baby boomers, a generation with 10,000 people turning 65 each day, like the idea of aging-in-place in a new home that is as beautiful as it is smart. Universal design features such as smart toilets are sleek yet feature built-in bidets, nightlights and can be wall-mounted at a comfort-height.


No-threshold showers look sleek and sophisticated and yet serve the purpose of eliminating a tripping hazard. Grab bars that look like towel bars and a variety of lighting options make the bathroom safer for everyone, while barn doors for the bathroom make them easier to enter and exit while looking trendy.

Indoor/Outdoor Living

The California look of homes with walls of glass that can be opened to double the size of your living space has spread across the country. Where buyers were once satisfied with a fenced backyard and perhaps a deck, today’s trends include more elaborate outdoor living spaces with a visual connection to the interior of the house.


Accordion-style or pocket glass doors that can fully open are popular, along with complementary flooring to connect the indoor and outdoor living spaces. Outside, fireplaces, fire pits and kitchen appliances designed to withstand exposure to the elements make it easier to entertain friends and family. Outdoor furniture goes way beyond a lounge chair or a bistro table to include a full array of living and dining furniture.

Whether or not these buyer preferences match yours, the beauty of buying a newly built home means you can choose the features you want and ignore those you don’t.

Originally appearing in the May/June issue of New Homes Guide, this story was written by Michele Lerner, a freelance journalist who covers real estate and personal finance.

Winchester Homes Wants You to Be Home in No Time

Posted: May 11, 2018 at 2:52 pm by: NewHomesGuide

New Homes Guide | Winchester Homes | Be Home in No Time

All the perks of a new home, all without having to wait for construction. When you can’t wait to be home, there’s one homebuilder in the DC area that has the right home for you.

Winchester Homes, one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s premier homebuilders, offers new single-family homes and townhomes in sought-after destinations all over Maryland and Northern Virginia. You can find their Virginia communities in places like Ashburn, Leesburg and Fairfax and throughout Maryland, including Odenton, Silver Spring and Clarksburg.

This spring, Winchester is focusing on getting more families into the homes of their dreams with its wide selection of Move-In-Ready Homes in ideally located communities across the region.

Move-In-Ready Homes are just as the name suggestions. These are new homes, but instead of having to wait through months construction, you can make your move in a fraction of the time. But just because these homes are ready right now, it doesn’t mean that you’ll lose out on any of the modern style, luxury or signature craftsmanship that Winchester Homes is known for.

We’re so proud to feature Winchester Homes on the cover of our latest issue, and you can get your free copy right now by registering online. And be sure to visit Winchester Homes’ builder profile on our website to learn more about them right now.

Miller & Smith Knows That One Visit Can Change Everything

Posted: April 24, 2018 at 11:08 pm by: NewHomesGuide


DC-area homebuilder Miller & Smith has never shied away from creating truly imaginative and exciting new homes. And this year, they’re adding even more excitement to the communities in which they build with special incentives and even the opportunity to win a Mini Cooper just for touring their homes (see site for details, terms and conditions).

They’re calling it the “One Visit Experience.” That’s because Miller & Smith knows that one visit can truly change everything — your future, included. And

Miller & Smith knows that one visit to their communities and model homes can change everything — your future, included — so they’re calling it the “One Visit Experience.” And for one more week, all you need to do is make that one visit, and you could change everything, too, including your ride.

So if you’re ready to get out and see what incentives you can take advantage of and what you could win this spring, Miller & Smith has 19 decorated models ready for you right now. Here’s where you can find them:

Frederick County, MD

Aspen North

Single Family Homes from the low $400s

Tallyn Ridge

Single Family Homes from the low $400s

Luxury Townhomes from the low $300s

Loudoun County, VA


Single Family Homes from the low $600s

Townhomes from the low $500s

55+ Courtyard Homes from the mid $500s

One Loudoun

Spacious, Modern Townhomes from the low $800s

Prince William County, VA

Cayden Ridge

Single Family Homes from the upper $400s

Stafford County, VA

Courthouse Manor

Single Family Homes from the upper $300s

Embrey Mill

Single Family Homes from the upper $300s

Townhomes from the low $300s

Miller & Smith’s One Visit Experience only lasts through the end of April, so this is your last chance to get out and explore everything they have to offer. But before you head out, be sure to check out their Builder Profile on our website to learn more about this respected homebuilder.

Inside Model Homes: The Torrington at Potomac Shores

Posted: April 19, 2018 at 2:14 pm by: NewHomesGuide


Photo Courtesy of Alan Goldstein

With nearly 3,000 square feet, up to five bedrooms and a premier community to call home, your family will absolutely love the Torrington model at Potomac Shores.

Found in Prince William County, VA, the Torrington offers stylish and comfortable living thanks to features such as a two-story kitchen and a main-level owner’s suite located off the family room.


Photo Courtesy of Alan Goldstein

Upstairs, you’ll find three bedrooms and a convenient loft area that provides a flexible living space for whatever you want to use it for. On the lower level, you can add even more space by including a finished rec room, a den, a media room or even an exercise room. And after all that, you’ll still have plenty of space for storage, too.


Photo Courtesy of Alan Goldstein

The Torrington also includes Brookfield’s groundbreaking Smart Home technology, making it as innovative as it is stylish. With this technology, you’ll be able to use voice-enabled home automation features that are all powered by Amazon’s best-selling Alexa platform.

Want to learn more about the Torrington and Brookfield Residential at Potomac Shores? Be sure to visit its official community page on


Photo Courtesy of Alan Goldstein

What Are FHA and VA Loans? (And Other Important Mortgage Questions Answered)

Posted: April 18, 2018 at 8:18 am by: NewHomesGuide


Securing a mortgage for your new home is a key element in the overall homebuying process. But it’s important to know that not all mortgages or home loans are created equal. Sure, they’re all designed to help you get into the home of your dreams, but different types of loans are constructed in distinct ways, and each has its own benefits.

If you’re confused by what certain mortgages are for or what a specific home loan is meant for, you’re not alone. But we’re here to help — we’ve answered a few of the most frequently asked questions we hear from homebuyers:

What is a VA Loan?

A VA loan is a type of home loan that is specifically offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (that’s where “VA” comes from). These loans are provided by private lenders, including banks and mortgage companies, but they’re backed by the VA to ensure that veterans and active service members or their spouses get favorable mortgage terms.

Generally, homebuyers who make use of a VA loan will pay lower closing costs and won’t have to pay a monthly mortgage insurance premium like most homeowners do.

If you want to find out if you’re eligible for this type of home loan, visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs’ website to learn more.

What is an FHA Loan?

When the US Federal Housing Administration insures your mortgage, it’s called an FHA loan. These types of loans are often utilized by families to purchase homes that they would otherwise be unable to purchase because of their income or because they cannot afford the down payment on a home.

Because the FHA is insuring the loan in your name, you’ll be more likely to get reasonable loan terms but will often be required to pay a mortgage insurance premium throughout the term of your mortgage.

FHA loans aren’t just restricted to resale homes, either. An FHA construction-to-permanent mortgage allows new homebuyers to cover the costs of construction and then transition into a long-term residential mortgage after their home is built.

More information about FHA loans is available on the FHA’s official website.

What is a Jumbo Loan?

When a mortgage exceeds the conventional loan limits set by the government, it’s called a “jumbo loan.”

While these loans often carry higher interest rates than conventionally sized mortgages, this is not due to the creditworthiness of the homebuyer. Rather, it’s simply because a larger loan carries a higher risk for lenders simply as a result of the large balance.

How Much Will My Credit Score Impact My Ability to Get a Mortgage?

Your credit score provides lenders insight into your overall creditworthiness based on a variety of factors. As a result, your ability to secure a favorably termed home loan is integrally connected to your credit score.

Much of your credit score is tied to your ability to pay bills on time, how much debt you’re currently carrying and how long your credit history is. There are a few other factors involved in calculating your score, and we recommend you check out our guide to credit scores before you start exploring home loan options.

What Documents Will My Lender Need to See During the Application Process?

Although the mortgage application process has been streamlined in recent years, thanks to services such as Rocket Mortgage, you will still need to provide a variety of documents to your lender.

Make sure you have all of the key documents, including ID, tax returns, pay stubs and purchase agreements, ready to share with your lender. Fortunately, if you’re building a new home, many homebuilders offer preferred lenders that make this process easier for you.

Be sure to check out our Borrower’s Checklist and bring as many items from it as possible to expedite the loan process.

Stone Mill is a Rare Opportunity for a Stunning New Home in Pasadena, MD

Posted: April 17, 2018 at 10:32 am by: NewHomesGuide


Looking for a new construction home in one of Anne Arundel County’s most sought-after areas? You’re going to fall in love with Stone Mill.

You’ll turn off a quiet tree-lined street into this unique enclave of just 57 luxurious single-family homes, starting from the mid $400s. It provides a warm welcome to a place that makes you feel right at home.

Now you can find your favorite from some of the community’s finest wooded homesites, just released and made available for the first time.

Stone Mill offers a traditional neighborhood feel in the heart of Pasadena. It’s a place where neighbors invite each other for dinner and children play together in the yard. It’s precisely what K. Hovnanian® Homes imagined when it designed this community, nestled between Annapolis, Fort Meade, Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay.

Less than two miles away, you’ll find water access at White’s Cove. With the Patapsco River and the Chesapeake so close, you’ll never be far from the water.

“We can’t say enough about the location of Stone Mill,” K. Hovnanian® Homes Vice President of Marketing Maura Arndt said. “It’s a quiet, peaceful area, yet it’s so easy to get to nearby recreation or major employment centers. It’s also a wonderful place to raise a family. A lot of people come here because they want to send their children to these great schools.”


A Smart Move for Your Family

At Stone Mill, children have access to Anne Arundel County public schools, including Fort Smallwood Elementary, Chesapeake Bay Middle and Chesapeake High School.

The reputations of these well-regarded schools draw interested home shoppers from throughout the area to Stone Mill. It helps that Stone Mill is the only place to find a new construction home zoned for all three of these schools.

You’ll get the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re giving your children access to a great education. And you’ll get a new home that offers its own peace of mind, thanks to the quality and lasting value built into every K. Hovnanian® home.

Stone Mill is also a great place to raise a family because you’ll be living in a neighborhood with families just like your own. Your kids could grow up with neighbors who become lifelong friends.


Space, Style and Craftsmanship

With more than 50 years of success in the industry, K. Hovnanian® Homes has built a reputation as a homebuilder that strives to create a family feel among its homebuyers. With more than three dozen communities in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware, it’s built quite a large family of homeowners in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Part of creating that family experience, K. Hovnanian® team members say, is the assurance of a well-built home. K. Hovnanian® Homes considers itself as “The First Name in Lasting Value®.”

“You’ll see that immediately when you visit our website and you’ll see it when you visit our communities,” Arndt said. “We don’t just sell pretty homes. We sell homes that you can count on. Homes with lasting value. And we build them in communities like Stone Mill, places where you look forward to raising a family.”

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’re moving up to a larger space, you’ll find exactly the home you’re looking for.

The options begin with the Anderson, boasting 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 2,322 square feet. The design features a large open kitchen that flows into the dining area. The luxurious owner’s suite features a spa bath and a spacious walk-in closet. The Anderson starts at $459,990.*

The most spacious option is the Callahan II. Listed at 3,322 square feet, the Callahan features a private first-floor owner’s suite and can be personalized to include a second suite upstairs and grand total of 7 bedrooms. Claim the first-floor suite for yourself and enjoy the ease of main-level living. Or use it as an in-law suite or guest suite. The Callahan II starts at $525,990.*

In between, you’ll find a variety of homes with floor plans designed with easy daily living in mind. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to personalize your space to create a home that is uniquely suited for the way your family lives each day.

Want to add a morning room? Extend the family room? We’ll work with you to make that happen. Need extra room for a boat, a motorcycle or other toys? You’ll also find options for a three-car garage at Stone Mill.

Stone Mill is full of possibilities — for your home, for your family and for years of happiness together.

About K. Hovnanian Enterprises® Inc.

K. Hovnanian Enterprises®, Inc., founded in 1959 by Kevork S. Hovnanian, is headquartered in Red Bank, New Jersey. The Company is one of the nation’s largest homebuilders with operations in Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia. The Company’s homes are marketed and sold under the trade names K. Hovnanian® Homes, Brighton Homes® and Parkwood Builders. As the developer of K. Hovnanian’s® Four Seasons communities, the Company is also one of the nation’s largest builders of active lifestyle communities.

Additional information on Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc., including a summary investment profile and the Company’s 2016 annual report, can be accessed through the “Investor Relations” section of the Hovnanian Enterprises’ website at To be added to Hovnanian’s investor e-mail list, please send an e-mail to or sign up at

*All prices are base prices, subject to availability, and subject to change without notice. K. Hovnanian® Homes is a registered trademark of Hovnanian Enterprises®, Inc.

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