From the intersection of HWY 62 and West Road (6th Street), head west on West Road for 3 miles to County Road 712 on left. Take first right onto Parkman Terrace. House is straight ahead 1/10 mile at end of Parkman Terrace.
Energy efficient windows
Energy-efficient HVAC system
Tile and hardwood flooring
Tray ceiling in master bedroom
Private deck off master bedroom
Custom knotty alder wood cabinetry
Cultured marble tops in bathrooms
Built-ins in dining room and den
Custom master bath tile shower
Walk-in master closet
Gas fireplace with cultured stone
Custom fireplace mantle
Concrete lap siding with cultured stone
Cedar wood posts and beams
Spacious 3-car garage
Custom wood shelving in closets
Vaulted ceiling in great room with cedar beams
Large deck off of great room
About The Builder:
Steve has lived in Mountain Home, Arkansas since childhood and has spent over 30 years in the construction industry, building, renovating, and expanding the Twin Lakes area into the one-of-a-kind community it is today. He started his company 26 years ago to pursue his passion in construction. His knowledge and understanding of materials and modern applications allows him to provide his clients economical, efficient, easy to maintain, and long-lasting products. Steve is also now providing his clients with the option to go green by installing complete home solar technology systems.
Steve and his wife, Lisa, have 6 children and 5 grandchildren. They have been actively involved in their church and in the community through several youth and sports programs. Steve is also a member of the Chamber of Commerce and has served as both President and Vice President of the Twin Lakes Home Builders Association, and serves as the State Director.
Steve is a fully licensed and insured residential and commercial contractor and has a solid reputation in honesty and quality construction. He knows that building your home or new business can be a very stressful endeavor, but he and his experienced staff will put your mind at ease so you can relax and enjoy the process, as you should.