How much does it cost to build in Asheville, NC?
This is the #1 question we get asked. We build homes in all sizes of homes and there are a lot of factors that go into the budget. We have extremely high quality standards that we won’t back away from. We go above and beyond what is required by code. We won’t work with builder grade materials and finishes. We work with vendors and subcontractors that we trust and have formed relationships based on doing what’s right and being fair. Our name is associated with each house we build and without our reputation for fine craftsmanship, we are just another home builder.
The final price of your new construction home will depend on what you put in your home. Your home’s architectural style, selections, and design choices drive the budget. A smaller home doesn’t always equal a lower cost per square foot. It will still require all the major systems that larger homes have. We will work with you to create a detailed budget for your custom home that meets your specifications. If your requirements and budget are unrealistic, we will let you know early on before you or we invest too much time.
See our blog post “How Much Does it Cost to Build a House in Asheville, NC” for more on this question.
Where do you build?
We build and remodel homes in Asheville and areas across Western North Carolina including Arden, Barnardsville, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore Park, Biltmore Lake, Black Mountain, Candler, Fairview, Flat Rock, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Lake James, Lake Lure, Lake Adger, Lake Keowee, Mills River, Montford, Montreat, North Asheville, Old Fort, Swannanoa, Tryon, West Asheville, Weaverville, and Woodfin. Let’s talk about your new home, remodel, or commercial construction project.
Do you have lots for sale or do I need to buy land?
We don’t currently have land for sale. You can find a Realtor to help you locate land or work with our Realtor in our office. Either way, we can help you decide on a piece of land that will fit your needs and we can give you an idea of cost to build on the land. Keep in mind when determining your budget for land that it can be difficult to find land in Western North Carolina that doesn’t require a lot of grading and excavating before you can start building. Through in the cost of well and septic, if needed, and you’ve taken away from your home budget. Find a builder that will be realistic and up front with you about costs if you’re building on a lot with a steep slope.