Luxury Homes Builder Classic Homes
Classic Homes has been building luxury homes for years in subdivisions, and for custom homes for individual clients on private property. Classic Homes offers luxury home designs for both types of new homes near Interstate 95 in Fredericksburg, Stafford, and Woodbridge. Because of the track record of this building company, and the home designs, floor plan options, and pricing, we recommend negotiating the construction of a luxury home in any of their subdivisions with 2 to 3 acre home sites.
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Subdivisions of Classic Homes
Glen Haven: A 31 home subdivision of 2 acre home sites 5 miles west of Fredericksburg in Spotsylvania County.
Stonegate is comprised of 2 developments on opposite sides of Spotswood Furnace Drive in Spotsylvania County.
Stonegate Estates: A 7 home subdivision of 2 acre home sites 5 miles west of Fredericksburg.
Stonegate Manor: An 8 home subdivision of 3-5 acre home sites 5 miles west of Fredericksburg.
Aquia Woods: A 5 home development of 3 acre homes near the Virginia Railway Express Brooke commuter station.
Meadowbrook Estates: An established neighborhood of 3 acre home sites in Stafford approximately 1 mile from the Virginia Railway Express Brooke commuter station.
The Reserve: A 13 home subdivision of 3 acre home sites off Courthouse Road (Route 630) near the Virginia Railway Express Brooke commuter rail station.
Running Creek: An established 26 home subdivision of 1-2 acre wooded home sites off Davis Ford Road near Fairfax County and the Prince William Parkway.
Luxury Home Designs by Classic Homes
The finished square feet and prices listed here are starting figures for these luxury homes. There are many structural and design upgrades available for all of these homes which increase finished living space and pricing. The square feet and prices refer to the basic structure on 2 levels with an unfinished basement.
The Clifton: 3,360 finished square feet.
The Georgetown: 3,240 finished square feet.
The Hampton: 4,000 finished square feet.
The Kenwood: 2,830 finished square feet.
The Kingsmill: 3,430 finished square feet.
The Monticello: 3,760 finished square feet.
The McLean: 3,890 finished square feet.
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Site Work Cost Guidelines by Classic Homes
This list is for custom built homes on your property.
Engineering: Site plan, stakeout, cut sheet, wall check, final survey. Cost $10,000 ($3,000-$5,000 more for septic).
Permitting: Cost: $5,000 ($2,000 more for septic).
Site Clearing: Tree removal and house demolition. Cost $14,000.
Construction of driveway, silt fencing, grading. Cost: $6,000.
Utility Installation: Cost $8,000. Add 7,000 for well, $10,000-$25,000 for septic field, $7,000-$10,000 for public water and sewer connections.
Final Driveway: Asphalt and concrete. Cost $5,000. Add $2,000-$5,000 for larger lots.
Miscellaneous: Storm water management, trash removal, dirt hauling, soil issues, etc. Cost: $15,000.
Landscaping: Trees, grass, bushes, etc. Cost: $6,000.
Subtotal: $55,000-$75,000 public water and sewer and $65,000-$90,000 for well and septic.
Contact us to negotiate your contract when buying new homes. We accompany you during the search process, negotiate contracts, advise acceptable terms and pricing, structural upgrades and design options, make weekly workmanship standards inspections, accompany you during inspections with building company representatives, assist with lending obligations, and communicate with title agencies to guarantee a closing without delays or last minute problems. Take advantage of our SMARTMOVE real estate rebate program while using our knowledge and experience to save you money on your next new home.