When you are moving into a new area, how high does a good hospital rank on your list of concerns?
For some of us who feel indestructible it might not be a high priority. That was me a few years ago. I was working full time, planning a wedding, going back to school and “healthy as a horse” as the old saying goes. Then four months before my wedding, a sore throat quickly became a serious problem, a rare bacterial infection. The quick thinking and skills of the excellent physicians and nurses at Bon Secours St. Francis ultimately saved my life.
If you are looking for relaxed luxury golf course living, you might want to come visit Club Villas at Founders Bridge. Club Villas not only offers residents the luxury of golf course views in Richmond, this charming community is also no maintenance. This means you’ll have plenty of time to entertain guest, hit a few range balls or spend time with your family on your private back porch.
Moving into a new area often means finding a new doctor and a new dentist. Sometimes that can be difficult because good health care relationships seem increasingly harder to find these days. It might feel archaic, but even in our modern society many people are still afraid of going to the dentist.
Just the other day I was sitting in my office when an adorable little girl went skipping down the hall pointing to the pictures on the wall and said “Wow, Mom look at that- I want to live in that one.” Her mom said, “That is a beautiful home, I like it too- let’s talk to Tim about it.” Soon they were on their way to living in that new home.
Let’s be honest. The housing downturn has affected us all. However, those of us in Roanoke have some good news over neighbors in other states – our home values have held up better. And that’s good news, because housing typically is an individual or family’s largest investment. Average home prices in Roanoke, Virginia historically have been approximately 5% lower than the national average.
If you’ve been looking to live in a luxury golf course community, the Club Villas in Founder’s Bridge is the perfect place for you. This small 16 home site community is neatly tucked into Independence Golf Course’s 13th & 16th fairways, offering residents breathtaking views. Look far and wide, and you will not find a more ideal spot than Founders Bridge Golf Community for those who want to relax when they come home. Designed by Tom Fazio, these 18 holes of carefully planned and artfully landscaped golf prove challenging for even the most experienced of golfers.
The minute I opened the door, I knew I had stepped out of this world and into a heavenly realm. Delightful aromas of freshly baked goods wafted through the air, making my mouth water with anticipation. I stood transfixed as the machines rolled out the dough-nuts and sprayed a thin coat of glazing on the surface. The scent had somewhat of a hypnotic character as I walked zombie-like toward the sales counter mumbling, “I’ll take…”
If you’ve been hoping to move to central Virginia, there has never been a better time to do so than now. Why? The Home Building Association of Richmond recently announced a new program: Right House…Right Now.
Okay ladies, close your eyes and imagine your perfect day. You’re shopping at incredible stores (where of course all the clothes you try on fit perfectly and make you look incredible), you leave the stores carrying tons of bags from your favorite shops, smiling with happiness over your new purchases. Sounds like heaven doesn’t it? That perfect day can be yours at Short Pump Town Center.
One of the best running events in the Nation, according to USA TODAY, is coming to Richmond in March. In fact, up to 35,000 people will descend upon Richmond, March 27th, participating one way or another in the annual Ukrops Monument Avenue 10K race.
With winter’s chill wearing off, cabin fever is rapidly turning to spring fever. The signs are everywhere: children are begging to sign up for sports, people are braving the elements without a coat and folks everywhere have a burning desire to catch some rays. I always know when my spring fever has set in when I have an overwhelming urge to get outside and enjoy outdoor sports.
Boone Homes created the “Wish List” in order to put in writing an itemized list of the options the Buyer would like to consider when they customize our plans to personalize their home and has been embraced by Buyers who have gone through the New Home Counseling Session.
During the New Home Buyers Counseling Session we invite Buyers to let us know everything they would like to have in their home and we also take the opportunity to recommend items that other homeowners have added and enjoyed in similar floorplans.
Here are the best 6 1/2 reasons NOT to build a home with Boone Homes.
1. Do not build a home with Boone Homes if you prefer being limited in selections. Boone Homes proudly advertises a wide range of selections and available custom features designed to fit your improve your lifestyle. Custom features such bright breakfast nooks, expanded master suites, deluxe mudrooms, mudroom cubbies, designer built book cases and much more.
As a country we had to learn the value of a dollar in 2009. Tough economic times like last year have not been experienced since the Great Depression. No more super sizing, more of us these days are looking at those dollar menus. It doesn’t make us misers just more mindful. Frivolous spending is the thing of the past.
We’re going to challenge the Longest Riverdance Line World Record – but we need everyone in Roanoke to participate! So do you think Roanoke can beat the record? Join us for the Roanoke’s St. Patrick’s day Celebration on Saturday, March 13, 2010, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m and find out !
Your home is your castle as the saying goes and no luxury home builder in Richmond or Roanoke can build a better castle for you than Luxury Virginia home builder, Boone Homes. We aim to help each buyer personalize their home to create the space they’ve been dreaming of for years.
Yes, NASCAR Racing and Youth Soccer do have something in common. Both are coming to Richmond, Virginia this March.
Each spring the children who live in new home communities throughout the Richmond area can be seen out in their front yards practicing their offensive game, each hoping to impress the college scouts out recruiting.