Capstone Homes opens sales in Preserve on the Broadkill
“We’re a little late getting out the news,” says Scott Dailey, Managing Partner of Capstone Homes, “since we sold a home in the community last weekend. Nonetheless, we are pleased to be building in this luxury community.”
Preserve on the Broadkill is a small enclave of homes located next to the Broadkill River and downtown Milton. Capstone Homes has lot and home packages starting in the $270’s. This price includes the quality of a new Capstone Home with luxury features both inside and out that are unmatched at this price.
The Preserve on the Broadkill integrated seamlessly with the town of Milton, and it is a short walk down the brick sidewalks into the heart of the historic Delaware small town. Capstone’s homesites are suitable for basements, and their size should give future residents plenty of yard space.
“It’s really amazing to have homes in this community at these prices. A lot in the Preserve was going for $140,000 only a few years ago. This is a great opportunity to buy a new home that is going to be a great value,” says Dailey.
Capstone Homes is one of the fastest growing Delaware builders at the Delaware beaches. Capstone believes that their approach to Delaware new home building is unlike anything else in the area.
“I don’t understand some homebuilders. For most people, a new home is one of the largest purchases they will ever make. How is it that Starbucks will customize a cup of coffee but a homebuilder won’t customize a new home?” says Dailey.
“If you are going through the new home building process, you should be able to get what you want. People don’t want a used home; they want something new. The new home should fit the lifestyle- not the builder’s program,” Dailey explains.
Capstone is also different than its approach to “green” building and energy savings. Capstone Homes factors in the cost of energy into the designs of its new home. Capstone focuses less on certifications and promises. Capstone homes focuses on cost. Capstone’s building program is called EnergySmart. Energysmart is designed for people that want a high performance home that has low cost of ownership. Dailey says that a Capstone Home will cost less to own and less to operate for years to come. He says common sense can sometimes be better than science.
“We don’t use ‘builder grade’ heating and air equipment. We use Bryant and Carrier. They are better than other brands used by local builders. This makes Capstone a better value.”
Capstone’s value doesn’t end with its EnergySmart program. Luxury maple cabinets with granite countertops are standard in most communities.
Dailey says that Capstone’s floorplans are a starting point. From there, Capstone will work with our future homeowner to design the new home that suits the lifestyle of the homeowner.
“Your house should fit your life. You life shouldn’t fit the builder’s house,” says Dailey.
Capstone also proudly builds custom homes and homes on any lot in Kent or Sussex County.