Build and Customize Your Southern Utah Retreat with Unique Architectural Styles from Visionary Homes – St George News
CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Homes can be made of bricks, mortar, wood, and other materials, but it’s the memories and moments that occur within their walls that make them worth living. Visionary Homes builds dream communities for every buyer and lifestyle in Southern Utah.
“We take note of popular home styles in the area as well as what makes sense geographically,” said Austrie Messer, design studio manager for Visionary Homes in St. George. “You get a totally different look from Visionary in southern Utah.”
Visionary houses currently offers five unique architectural styles to buyers in southern Utah. Desert Spanish incorporates curved arches reminiscent of historic Southwestern design and provides a stark contrast to the flat roofs of Desert Modern.
Rather than stucco and stone, the Desert Craftsman, Desert Cottage, and Desert Territorial Ranch styles use composite wood and hardboard siding similar to Visionary Homes models available in other parts of Utah. However, homes in southern Utah are built with materials designed to withstand the brutal summer heat while remaining energy efficient.
Homeowners in southern Utah are abuzz about the Desert Modern style, Messer said, adding that it’s especially popular with younger buyers. Locals are taking advantage of the Southern California influence taking hold in the area, bringing with it clean lines and color blocking.
When it comes to building your dream home, Messer said the most important thing to remember is to add what you love, not just what’s trendy. Visionary Homes employs trained design experts to guide buyers in incorporating the features they value most in a home into a natural, cohesive design that can be implemented outdoors and anywhere.
Visionary homes are built to last a lifetime, Messer said. The company makes its designs as functional as possible and emphasizes quality craftsmanship.
“We have high standards on the materials with which we build our homes,” she added. “Buyers make a good decision when they choose to build with Visionary.”
Visionary Homes currently builds and sells in four separate developments in the St. George area, each designed for a different type of homebuyer.
Enjoy a resort lifestyle at Desert Color, where you can choose from condos, townhouses, or single family homes. Get closer to nature at Divario, nestled among miles of trails near Green Valley. Family-friendly amenities abound at Warner Gateway, just off Southern Parkway, while Azalea townhouses in Ivins offer gorgeous red rock views at accessible prices. Buyers will be able to view a new Desert Color model during the St. George area homes parade in February 2022.
With a commitment to high-end craftsmanship and thoughtful design, Visionary Homes builds homes buyers are proud to call home.
Logan-based builders Jeff Jackson and Justin Cooper launched Visionary Homes in 2004 and made it the third-largest homebuilder in the state. The company is wholly owned and operated by people who live and work in Utah.
Unlike many planned developments where developers pay every penny, Visionary Home’s neighborhoods are lifestyle focused. From condos to single family homes to multi-million dollar estates, they do it all. Recently, The Best of Southern Utah voters awarded Visionary Homes a Gold Ribbon in the Home Builder category and Silver in the Real Estate Company category.
Jon Williams, director of communications and community outreach for Visionary Homes, said the company has more plans in southern Utah and is looking forward to what the future holds as it continues to grow. grow with the community.
“We can’t overstate the love we have for St. George. lifestyle, hobbies and the people are just amazing,” he said. “We are very proud to be able to build here and serve the community.
Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.
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