This is the Bridgeville 2 house plan, from 84 lumber, that was on Lot 2 in Walnut Creek (see Lot 2 in Projects); also known as a center a design.

The main difference between Lot 2, and Castle Rock Dr., is the front porch.  Here we have added a covered 8'x22' porch with composite decking.

This home is located across from the 15th green of Castle Rock Golf Course in Pembroke, VA.  This lot is just outside of one of our favorite subdivisions to build in, Horseshoe Bend.   Horseshoe Bend, in Pembroke, is just minutes away from the Cascades waterfall, Jefferson National Forest, The New River, and Mountain Lake.

This home features: Low E windows, Energy Star appliances, poured concrete foundation, heated basement (also plumbed for a half bath), and a concrete patio.
Castle Rock Dr Pembroke
This shot is looking down from a road higher up in the subdivision.  The house is not yet built.  It will sit in to the right of the house pictured.Preparing for the footers to be poured.We use poured concrete for our foundation walls never cinder block.This basement (like all RA basements) has a radon gas vent installed and has been plumbed for a half bath.This home has double hung windows.This house sits next to the front gate of the Castle Rock Golf Course and overlooks the 15th green.All RA homes are stick built.  Usual construction time for a 2,000 square foot home is 4 months from breaking ground to final inspection.The home (like all RA homes with two floors) has two heat pumps for zone heating.Hardwood is used in the foyer, downstairs half bath, and downstairs hallway.The kitchen and breakfast area has a very nice vinyl floor that gives the look of tile without the cost.Dinning room has crown molding and chair rail.The back deck is 8'x10' and has great views of Horseshoe Bend Subdivision.The home comes with a dishwasher, garbage disposal, range, and microwave with a range hood.Large back yard.Oak hand rails.Master bath, guest bath, and laundry room/closet have a very nice vinyl that gives the look and feel of tile without the cost.This basement (like all RA basements) use Metwood Beams to eliminate support columns.  The basement is heated.The Metwood Beams allow for the basement to be finished in a variety of ways without having to work around columns.Walk out basement with windows.