Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Building New Homes in Ballwin, MO’s Two Most Prestigious Subdivisions

The goal of Flower & Fendler Custom Homebuilders has always been to provide customers with beautiful homes situated in palatial communities. Aside from the homes we’re building in the Motz Estates and the Timbers in Ries Bend, we also have move-in ready properties in the Briar Lake Estates, the Hillington Estates, the Villages at West Lake, and Williams Creek. For the best new homes in Ballwin, Missouri and the St. Louis community, there’s only one company to trust: us!

Monday, September 8, 2014

The “Liberty”: Just One of Our New Homes for Sale in St. Louis County

If you’re looking at new homes for sale in St. Louis County, then Flower & Fendler Custom Homebuilders has the perfect property for you: The “Liberty” at Hillington Estates. Construction is fast concluding on this beautiful 1.5-story home in Eureka, MO, so we’re inviting everyone to take a look at our latest creation.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Established Pacific Builders Offer People Chance to Get USDA Loans

The trusted Pacific builder bought The Villages at West Lake from another local company three years ago and has, since then, been continuously developing and revitalizing the subdivision. Residents of West Lake consider Flower and Fendler’s entry into the community a success story. Resident Don Graham even said, “Flower & Fendler has done a great job revitalizing our subdivision with great looking and quality homes. They are a great neighbor and builder in West Lake, and we look forward to continuing to welcome new neighbors and families to West Lake.”

Friday, September 5, 2014

Builder of New Homes in Fenton, MO Releases Aerial Shots of Community

The Estates at Williams Creek is a family-oriented community of new homes in Fenton, Missouri located in Southwest St. Louis County within minutes of I-44, and is in the prestigious Rockwood School District. The aerial video of the community highlighted many home styles, a beautiful lake and inviting common areas available for subdivision use. Nearly all the home sites in Williams Creek back to trees including a limited number of walkout lots.