Rodrock Development’s Stonebridge Park, perfectly positioned at 165th Street and BlackBob Road, has a fantastic four homes that won three awards on this Fall’s Parade of Homes — and in more exciting news — a number of builder incentives available just during the tour, from Oct. 3 through Oct. 18.
Whether Parade goers are looking for a two-story, 1 1/2-story, or reverse 1 1/2-story home, Stonebridge Park delivers. And all four of the community’s Parade homes sit right next to each other, making it a gorgeous — and easy — stop to navigate.
“We’re excited about all of the positive feedback we’ve received on our four models in our model row,” said Julie Parman, a Rodrock Development marketing agent. “The models consist of the two-story Sequoia by K.C. Builders & Design, a reverse 1 1/2-story by D & M Homes Inc., a 1 1/2-story by James Engle Custom Homes, and a two-story by Hilmann Homes.”
All four homes are all beautiful, fully furnished and professionally decorated with all of the current colors, tile and lots of upgrades. Such stunning touches, including luscious hardwood floors, see-through fireplaces, expansive patios with fire pits and other amazing upgrades, make these homes a must-see. And the fact that they’re built by some of area’s top builders means these homes have been constructed to the most exacting of standards.
D & M Homes features the Marietta III, a four-bedroom, three-bath home with soaring 11-foot ceilings, nice-sized great room, kitchen and dining room, and a master suite you have to see to believe. This home won a Pick of the Parade Grand Award and Distinctive Plan and Design Second Place.
James Engle Custom Homes’ Emery Expanded is full of luxurious upgrades, including shining hardwoods floors, a see-through fireplace to a large covered patio and a lofted area upstairs perfect for a computer or reading area. It won a Pick of the Parade Runner-Up.
K.C. Builders & Design’s Sequoia boasts a dramatic vaulted entryway and sweeping staircase for a most impressive first impression. At five bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms, there’s plenty of room for even the larger families, while a large hearth room and open kitchen, which leads to a huge covered patio, lends itself for great entertaining, both inside and out.
And Hilmann Home Building’s popular Middleton IV is fully loaded with five bedrooms, four baths, a covered patio, outdoor living area with stone fireplace and more. This award-winning plan pleases with countless extras and attention to detail that will impress even the most particular of homebuyers.
“These homes are such a fabulous way for us to showcase the different floor plans, as well as the quality of workmanship in each home,” Parman said. “But that’s really only the beginning. We’ll also have other homes open during the Parade that are offering incentives, including a $5,000 gift card to Nebraska Furniture Mart offered on the Fairhope by Wynne Homes and half-off basement finish on the Sequoia spec by K.C. Builders & Design. I’m sure with all of the traffic we’ve experienced in the subdivision lately, the Parade is sure to be a success.”
“We feel that this new group of four furnished models is the best we’ve had in several years,” added Ed Stephenson, a Rodrock Development marketing agent. “Also, Stonebridge Park is one of the few premier neighborhoods to offer a wide variety of custom floor plans from many other premium home builders along with our specially selected model builders. A wide variety of building sites are still available, featuring wooded green space views, walkout and daylight basements and large backyards.”
As part of the larger Stonebridge community, Stonebridge Park offers homeowners a haven. The community is so sought-after because it offers incomparable price points, unparalleled amenities and unmatched value protection.
But this is only part of what makes Stonebridge Park a standout. The amenities offered far exceed those offered in most neighborhoods. In total, the larger Stonebridge community has four pools (all zero-entry, one Olympic-sized with a slide); changing cabanas; basketball and volleyball areas; pergola-covered grills; picnic areas; several well-equipped children’s playgrounds; and two richly appointed clubhouses complete with workout facilities. Another bonus? The paved trails lead directly to Prairie Creek Elementary School, which has won the Governor’s Award an impressive three times.
And Parade-goers won’t want to miss the impressive new entry monument marking the entrance to the larger Stonebridge community. It took some nine months and a sizable budget to construct, but the monumental entryway is now complete, with a beautiful mix of stonework, archways, flowing water, trees and green space. It’s just one more reason why Stonebridge Park is a community like no other.