A new home plan has just been added to the already popular offerings in the Shadow Ridge community north of Conway.
Rausch Coleman Homes is now including the Washington plan in Shadow Ridge. This plan has everything today’s modern family needs, all at an affordable price.
The plan features 1,709 square feet and four bedrooms, with a nice open floor design. It is all brick with dimensional shingles, front and rear covered porch, hardwood and tile throughout, granite countertops, and a jet tub and shower in the master suite.
Come out to the Shadow Ridge community (just north of Conway on Highway 65) and drive Shadow Ridge Road to see an example of this great plan under construction right now.
In addition, beautiful, new lots are ready on Shadow Ridge Road, and you may choose one of several home designs for a choice lot. Should you choose to build from the ground up, you could move into your new home in as little as 150 days!
With Rausch Coleman Homes, you can choose your own lot to build on or select a home that is currently under construction – it’s all up to you.
Shadow Ridge has become an attractive community in a great location, with new home prices starting in the low $120,000s. In addition to the new Washington plan, the Milam and Cole plans are also very popular.
Rausch Coleman Homes is also offering homes in the Baywood community in Greenbrier, which is developing into a beautiful area with quality-built homes for today’s busy family.
Home prices start in Shadow Ridge at $120,400 and in Baywood at $107,900.
Both of these wonderful communities were designed with modern families in mind. They not only offer excellent quality construction, but also the Rausch Coleman name — a name that’s been trusted since 1955.
For more information about Shadow Ridge, please contact Gerald Craig at 501-626-9172 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Baywood in Greenbrier, please contact Rick Green at 501-352-3920 or email@example.com.
You may also visit www.rauschcoleman.com for information on all the Rausch Coleman offerings.