Homebuilder FAQs – Community Types

By April 1, 2013Blog

Q: What types of homes do you build?

A: At Belmonte Builders, we dream, design and build custom homes of different types, for all lifestyles and situations.  All of our homes have one thing in common: an unsurpassed level of detail and quality.  We invite you to browse our list of communities and homes to find just the right fit for you:

Traditional home communities are built around your lifestyle with a contemporary home setting that reflects your values.  The type of home where friends and family gather to spend time together – comfortable neighborhoods with sidewalks and streetlights close to schools, shopping and events with a variety of floor plans designed to accommodate all of your needs.  Starting in the low $300’s.  Our Traditional home communities are located in Clifton Park and Saratoga Springs, New York and span some of the best school districts in the Capital District.

Estate Home Communities represent the best in exclusive, premiere custom home neighborhood living. With standard features that are typically considered upgrades, these one-of-a-kind executive homes are built with the highest level of quality craftsmanship amid private and picturesque settings.   Special interior and exterior features and a professional interior design consultation are part of what sets these Belmonte custom homes apart. From the mid $500’s. Estate communities in Clifton Park and Saratoga Springs, New York in the Shenendehowa and Saratoga Springs School Districts are the perfect choice for finding custom homes near Global Foundries and General Electric.

Maintenance Free Communities by Belmonte are custom designed for relaxed and transitional living, with ranch-style floor plans and first floor masters, along with classical architecture and all the quality that you expect from a Belmonte home.  Halfmoon NY from the low $300’s. Our newest Maintenance Free community – in Wilton, New York – The Mill at Smith Bridge is coming soon! Stay tuned for updates on our web site.

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