Land & Site Work
We Do It All…So You Don’t Have To
Village Homes is more than just a home builder. We are a full service General Contractor and an experienced Land & Site Developer. The owners of Village Homes have been sustainably developing land and efficiently managing both residential and commercial construction projects since 1977. They have seen it all, and they bring decades of knowledge and wisdom to the table. In addition, several Village Homes staff members hold Real Estate Licenses, including a Vermont Real Estate Brokers License.
SITE WORK & ON-SITE FINISH WORK
Village Homes can oversee every aspect of your project, including site work (excavation, foundation, septic, well, etc.) and on-site finish work (carpentry, heating, plumbing, electrical, garages, porches, decks, etc.) in addition to financing, home design and home build. We have decades of experience and we do not cut corners, period. If you’re looking for quality work, let Village Homes be the General Contractor for your new home project.
Village Homes is happy to work with your own hand selected Site Work / On-Site Finish Work contractor(s). Even though we have an extensive list of proven contractors, our preferred partner is Ran-Mar Construction.
LAND / LOTS
If you do not already own your home site, Village Homes can include the land purchase cost as part of the overall project. This is often referred to as a “Land & Home Package” or a “Land & Home Deal”.
If you’re looking for a building lot in Central Vermont near Interstate 89, check out the Partridge Farms Community page. Village Homes has a number of building lots available with sewer and water in place.
There are many user friendly websites that can help you with the land search, such as NEREN.com, Zillow.com, Trulia.com and PicketFencePreview.com to name a few. These will put you directly in touch with the real estate listing agent or property owner. It is ideal to find land that already has waste water permits and a septic design in place, or land that can be easily connected to public water and/or sewer. Remember, some land can be very costly to develop, such as land that is heavily wooded, steep sloping, far from existing power lines, etc. It is important to keep your project budget in mind while searching for land. Of course, we at Village Homes encourage you to use us a resource throughout your land search.
If you are looking for a lot to lease, Village Homes can recommend a number of communities in your desired area. Village Homes also has a number of its own communities in central Vermont. Please ask a Village Homes representative about lot availability.