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Introducing the Patio Homes!

Introducing the Patio Homes!

If you’ve visited Lakeview Village recently, you may have noticed that there’s a bit of construction going on. It’s an exciting time for us at Lakeview Village – we’ve broken ground on our brand-new patio homes!

The new energy-efficient European design features a spacious two-car garage, zero-step entry, a landscaped yard, generous patio, two bedrooms, two baths, a separate office, a large walk-in closet, vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, optional basement finish, and much more in an airy, open floor plan.

We’re starting to see some real progress on the patio homes, and we’re excited to share this journey with you. Here’s a sneak peek at the journey – starting with groundbreaking. 

Glenn Dooley, Connie Andrews, Doug Himebaugh and Peg Himebaugh pose with their shovels at the Patio Homes groundbreaking. (photo credit: Jim Maidhof)

 

The whole team came out for the groundbreaking – from left: Matt Wild, architect with Gastinger Walker Harden + Bee Triplett Buck; Matt Nierman, facilities manager at Lakeview Village; Jamie Frazier, president and CEO of Lakeview Village; Glenn Dooley and Connie Andrews, future Lakeview Village residents; Doug and Peg Himebaugh, future Lakeview Village residents; Colette Panchot, director of sales and marketing at Lakeview Village; Larry Maxwell, president of City Builders. (photo credit: Jim Maidhof)

 After the first week or so of construction, you can start to really see the patio home taking shape. Here are images of the driveway, footing, and rebar for structural support. 

The path for the driveway (photo credit: Doug Himebaugh)

 

It’s a rebar forest! (photo credit: Doug Himebaugh)

 

The floor plan is all laid out. (photo credit: Doug Himebaugh)

 The  Himebaugh’s next trip to see the property showed a dramatic change:  instead of just rebar, there were walls.  

(photo credit: Doug Himebaugh)

 Keep checking back for more updates on the patio homes construction – we can’t wait for you to see the finished product!

Special thanks to Doug Himebaugh for providing photographic updates. 

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