10 reasons to buy a Lenox Home

1. New Single-Story Semi-Custom Homes

Single Story semi-custom homes have tremendous appeal to many buyers. However, they are hard to find because most builders often maximize square footage by increasing the number of homes in their communities. Lenox delivers the best lifestyle possible, that’s why we build communities with single story semi-custom homes.

2. Large pool sized lots

New homes are rare these days. New single-story homes are even rarer. And finally, new single-story homes on large pool-sized lots are almost impossible to find. For over 30 years, Lenox has been scouring infill locations where we can bring these rare offerings to the market. From empty nesters to young executives, the demand for new single-story homes on large flat lots is very strong and we expect it to remain strong.

3. Preferred East Bay Communities

Lenox Homes builds unique new neighborhoods in preferred East Bay communities. Our goal is to build distinct collections of new homes, one at a time that blend into and enhance the surrounding communities. Each Lenox home offers the buyer the confidence that their new residence has been designed to meet the needs of their lifestyle, carefully built to exacting standards and delivered with the dedication and care sought by discerning homeowners.

4. Home Personalization Program

Unlike other homebuilders who tell you what you can and cannot put into your home, Lenox has embraced your uniqueness and welcomes modifications that you choose to make to your home. Our Home Personalization Program assists all homeowners in making this home especially for you.

5. Professionally Designed Models

Our homes combine state-of-the-art design and architectural detail to provide floor plans for the needs of today’s homeowner.

6. State of art Energy Star

In an effort to make each home better than the last Lenox Homes incorporates the latest technology and proven construction techniques into each of its homes. To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These homes are at least 15% more energy-efficient than homes built to the latest code and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20–30% more efficient than standard homes. Each home is constructed of sustainable, recycled, reusable, and energy-efficient materials that are good for the environment.

7. Premium New Home Warranty

Lenox Homes Warranty provides you with the peace of mind that you deserve. Your new home comes with a 1-year fit and finishes warranty as well as a 10-year structural warranty. The customer service and warranty program saves the new homeowner thousands of dollars throughout the warranty period.

8. 100% Buyer Satisfaction Plan

Every homebuyer has a different reason for buying a new home and therefore each set of circumstances requires a customized approach. Lenox Homes Sales Staff will work with you to ensure that all of your unique needs are met.

9. Financing, Escrow & Relocation Package

Lenox Homes has partnered with lenders and financial institutions for over 35 years to provide our buyers with financing products that fit their individual needs and save them money. With historically low-interest rates, Lenox Homes will put together a financing package that provides the flexibility and affordability that you need.

10. Customer Care Service Company

Our goal is to provide a custom home ownership experience that exceeds your expectations from design through warranty, for 10 years.

Coming soon | 12 New Downtown Walnut Creek Flats

A condo project in downtown Walnut Creek is still just a big hole in the ground, but buyers are already starting to snap up the planned luxury homes. One of the twelve condos — which have prices starting between $1 million and $2 million — has already sold, and the developer, Lenox Homes, has a list of interested potential buyers, said its vice president of sales, Dan Zwicker. The project, called Three, is slated for a site on Trinity Avenue within walking distance of downtown and BART, where excavators are currently preparing the site and working on what will be the condo property’s garage.

One of the twelve condos — which have prices starting between $1 million and $2 million — has already sold, and the developer, Lenox Homes, has a list of interested potential buyers, said its vice president of sales, Dan Zwicker.
The project, called Three, is slated for a site on Trinity Avenue within walking distance of downtown and BART, where excavators are currently preparing the site and working on what will be the condo property’s garage.
Homebuyers are increasingly making offers on homes they’ve never seen, according to a survey by real estate site Redfin, which found that 44 percent of new homeowners in the San Francisco metro region surveyed in late 2017 made at least one offer without ever setting foot on the property.

 

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Walnut Creek condo sells for over $1 million before it’s built

It’s a sign of the times and how competitive the housing market has become. In a year, a dirt and gravel-filled lot on Trinity Avenue in Walnut Creek will transition into a 12-unit luxury condo development called Three by Lenox Homes. And although construction is at the beginning phases, the developer Daniel Freeman, who is the President of Lenox Homes, says one condo has already been sold. “Everything is between a million and two million,” Freeman said. “So, we start in the low millions and then the penthouses will be up to $2 million.

Freeman has been running this business for 10 years now. And he says ever since taking over, he’s been looking into the business model of pre-selling homes.

This is something he did with this development on Cole Avenue in Walnut Creek.

All 12 units were sold before construction was complete with buyers being included in the design process of their homes.

“You see Tesla pre-selling their cars; you see other auto manufacturers pre-selling,” Freeman said. “You see Amazon, everything comes to your house right when you order it, and we’re behind.”

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