September 29 2021

Five Ways to Make Your Home Feel Like Fall This Season

by Erin

Front porch fall decor

The leaves have begun to brown and fall, and the distinct smell of pumpkin spice is in the air. From the warmth of a zesty latte in your hands to the flickering of fall-scented candles in your home, it can be easy to bring in the cheerfulness of fall wherever you are. Just a few simple changes can take your home from summertime fun to autumn comfort. Here are a few simple ways to decorate your home this fall


Create a cozy experience


When you think of fall, you think of comfort and warmth. To help bring in those fall vibes, bring in pieces of comfort throughout your home, such as a few throw blankets and pillows near the fireplace. You can also add a couple of fluffy rugs to tangle your toes in while getting lost in a good book.


Bring in fall plants


Adding plant life to your home naturally brings a little more flair to your home's décor. Select a few plants and flowers that are in season like Goldenrods, Marigolds, and Sunflowers, and spread them strategically around your home to bring in the season right. Fall mums, also known as garden Chrysanthemums, are trendy during the autumn season and would be a perfect fit around the entryway and front steps. You can also add a few real or artificial pumpkins and fall leaves to really make things stand out.


Light things up

Nothing screams seater weather like an array of fall-scented candles lit around the house. Select a few warm scents from your favorite candle shop like apple cinnamon, caramel apple, pumpkin spice, or a few woody, smoky aromas to warm things up a bit.


Swap cool tones with warm tones


Change out last season's comforters, pillows, rugs, and curtains with deeper shades and rich accent colors that provide a warm and cozy feel throughout your home. Don't forget to bring the flannel print!


Dress up the front door


The entrance to your home is the first thing your guests, friends, and family will see when visiting, so why not dress up your front door? You can add a few accessories to your front doors, like a monogram door hanger, a festive autumn wreath, or a garland of fall leaves. Twinkling string lights around the front porch are appealing, and don't forget a seasonal welcome mat at the entrance to top things off. You can even place one, two, or TEN pumpkins nearby to welcome guests even more! You can never have too many pumpkins. 

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September 23 2021

4 Reasons to Invest in a New Energy Efficient Home at Flagstaff Meadows

by Erin

Flagstaff Meadows Interiors

If you have ever considered investing in an energy-efficient home, now is the time to put those thoughts into action. New homeowners are selecting more innovative and energy-efficient homes to invest in for numerous reasons, such as decreasing energy costs and reducing their carbon footprint. As a result, homebuilders are responding to the call by providing new construction homes for sale equipped with all the latest features and advancements to meet the needs of the current market. 

Here are a few reasons to invest in an energy-efficient home.


Saves You Money


The most significant incentive for purchasing an energy-efficient house is that it saves you more money! In 2014, the ENERGY STAR program saved consumers $31 billion on their energy bills. Now that’s a lot of savings! Features such as programmable thermostats, Low E windows, and water-efficient fixtures in your new home can save you hundreds of dollars each year on heating, cooling, and water usage alone.


Beneficial to the Environment


You can reduce your personal greenhouse gas emissions with the benefits of energy-efficient features in your home. Your home will use less carbon that is derived from plants when it is energy efficient. These homes provide safer air and water quality, reduce waste, and conserve and restore natural resources. Overall, it will make you feel better about contributing to the betterment of the environment when you invest in an efficient home. 


Improved Comfort


Have you ever lived in a home where one of the rooms seemed to always have a cold, wet draft during the wintertime due to poor insulation? Or maybe you’ve experienced an unusually high energy bill because of uneven temperatures in your home. One of the most important things to have in your new home is comfortability. Investing in an energy-efficient home allows for a more even temperature throughout no matter the time of year. Homes that are not efficient are more likely to have more drafts of cool air and humidity from insufficient insulation or drafty windows, which can be uncomfortable for everyone and result in an increased cost in repairs and energy usage. 


Increases Property Value


A 2019 survey by the National Association of Home Builders discovered that if a home reveals that it can reduce $1,000 in energy costs annually, the average home buyer would be willing to pay an additional $8,728 for it. Today’s real estate market has seen an increase in eco-conscious homebuyers who would be more eager to purchase a home that is proven to decrease their carbon footprint and align with a green lifestyle.


Arizona home builder Capstone Homes offers exceptional green home designs in its Flagstaff Meadows community in Bellemont. Flagstaff Meadows is a sought-after neighborhood of energy-efficient single-family homes located just 15 minutes from downtown Flagstaff. Its energy-efficient features include a high efficiency tankless natural gas water heater, prewire for solar panels, ENERGY STAR rated appliances, green approved cabinets, spray foam wall insulation, and programmable thermostats. Each new home at Flagstaff Meadows is certified as a Zero Energy Ready Home by the Department of Energy. Capstone Homes has also earned an honorable mention at the 2018 Housing Innovation Awards.


Pricing for these Northern Arizona homes for sale starts in the mid $300,000’s. You can select from up to 11-floor plan designs with options for three to four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car garage, and up to 2,862 square feet of living space. If you’re interested in finding an energy-efficient home that’s right for you at Flagstaff Meadows, you can join the interest list today or call 88-718-7164 for more information. 

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September 22 2021

How to Customize Your New Luxury Home with Capstone Homes Arizona

by Erin

Capstone Homes at Jasper Model Kitchen

Have you had your eye on those fine custom finishes and special touches to add to your new home? Are your Pinterest boards growing by the day, and your inbox is flooded with newsletters from Elle Décor and Homes & Gardens? Well, the new home builders at Capstone Homes have you covered. As Northern Arizona’s premier custom home builder, Capstone Homes is proud to offer its one-stop Design/Build program at no extra cost to its new residents. Compared to using a third party in a long-drawn-out process, the Design/Build program is both efficient and affordable. This allows for a stress-free way for your creativity to run freely as you create your dream home


As you move through each step of the Design/Build program, Capstone Homes will provide you with a team of experts to help guide you from start to finish and answer any questions you may have. You can expect a personal designer, sales associate, options coordinator, and project manager to ensure that everything runs smoothly. 


The custom design-build process is as easy as nine steps:


1. Homesite Selection


2. Floorplan Design


3. Custom Pricing


4. Elevations and Permit


5. Interior Selections


6. Pre-Construction Meeting


7. Framing and Electrical Walk


8. Construction Communication


9. New Home Delivery


If you’re wondering where to build your custom new home, Capstone Homes is delighted to tailor luxury floor plan designs at Capstone Homes at Jasper. Capstone Homes at Jasper is a new master-planned community of single-family homes located in Prescott Valley, Arizona. With exceptional amenities, a brand-new sales office, and stunning models open, the Jasper neighborhood is the perfect place to bring your design ideas to life.


This amazing community of new homes features three to five bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, a two or three-car garage, and a range of 2,189 to 3,760 square feet of living space. You can select your estate-sized lot with traditional, farmhouse, or modern exteriors, courtyard entrances, and easy-care acrylic stucco. Some of Jasper’s features include spacious 10’ ceilings on the main level and 9’ ceilings on the other stories, a gas fireplace with a classic craftsman mantel and stone surround, porcelain tile flooring in the bathrooms and laundry room, gourmet kitchens, and luxury bath amenities.


Starting in the high $600,000’s, you’ll find amenities at Jasper such as a community center, clubhouse, tennis courts, parks, and a swimming pool to enjoy. Take a virtual tour or stop by the sales office in person to see yourself in a new custom home in Prescott Valley. The design team at Capstone Homes is ready and willing to bring your ideas to fruition.  

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September 15 2021

Snatch a New Home at Orion at Timber Sky Before They’re All Sold Out!

by Erin

Orion at Timber Sky neighborhood

Orion at Timber Sky is one of Capstone Homes’ newest developments in Flagstaff, AZ. Although Orion at Timber Sky may be the new community on the block, it’s almost 70% sold out! Why, you ask? For starters, Orion at Timber Sky is a premier master-planned community with extensive floor plans and sophisticated interior and exterior features. Orion is highlighted by its Zero Energy Ready Homes that can reduce energy costs each year. Orion at Timber Sky is also near many notable Flagstaff attractions and exceptional schools, and major employers.


The new single-family home designs at Orion at Timber Sky by Capstone Homes include 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 to 3 bathrooms, a two-car garage, and 1,471 to 3222 square feet of living space. There are also options for multifamily plans with one or two-bedroom guesthouses that will serve as great rental income or a "mother-in-law" apartment. A few of the standard features in these homes include a landscaped front yard, paver driveways and patios, a raised panel garage door, and an 8-foot front and back door. You will also find quite a few energy-efficient features such as programmable thermostats, Energy Star rated appliances, prewired for solar panels, and programable thermostats.


As a resident of Orion at Timber Sky, there is a wealth of opportunity to flourish in Flagstaff. Access to jobs, top-rated schools, recreation, entertainment, shopping, and dining is abundant near Orion at Timber Sky. Orion is convenient to Flagstaff Mall, where you can go in for a new pair of shoes at Foot Locker and leave out with a hot and fresh pretzel from Pretzelmaker. You can get a taste of unique cuisine at restaurants like The Last Haul Smoke & Grill, Karma Sushi Bar & Grill, Black Barts Steakhouse, and Lumberyard Brewing Co. Residents love hiking in the San Francisco Peaks and Antelope Canyon, cross-country skiing at the Nordic Village and Arizona Snowbowl, and exploring the pueblo ruins at the Wupatki National Monument. Orion at Timber Sky is served by the Flagstaff Unified School District, including DeMiguel Elementary School, Mt. Elden Middle School, and Flagstaff High School. You can take advantage of employment opportunities with major employers in Flagstaff like the Flagstaff Medical Center, Northern Arizona University, City of Flagstaff, and Coconino Country.


You can have it all with a new home at Orion at Timber Sky. It’s not too late to begin building your new life with Capstone Homes. If you’d be interested in purchasing a new Flagstaff home at Orion at Timber Sky, you can join the interest list today.

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September 9 2021

Unpack in a New Season of Homeownership at Woody Mountain Estates

by Erin

New home model at Woody Mountain Estates in Flagstaff AZ

There’s nothing like watching the seasons change as you unpack in your new home. The homeownership journey never seems to end while raising families and living out extraordinary lives that will leave memories that last a lifetime. So, it’s essential to select a home that will reflect who you are and compliment your lifestyle. The homebuilders at Capstone Homes have provided just that. You can explore your options at the limited offering of custom single-family homes for sale at Woody Mountain Estates, ideally located in pleasant Flagstaff, Arizona. 


Woody Mountain Estates is a custom luxury community of homes that features one and two-story floor plans with four bedrooms, up to three and a half bathrooms, and a two or three-car garage. Square footage ranges up to 3,291 square feet of living space. These attractive home designs are highlighted by warm and inviting interiors and stately exteriors that are sure to please the eye. Available plans feature exteriors with exposed aggregate concrete driveways, walkways, and patios, CertainTeed Landmark architectural shingles, full face Malapai stone, and Low-E aluminum-clad wood-framed Pella windows. You will more than appreciate preparing meals for the dinner table in your expansive kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances such as a 36” gas cooktop, 30” microwave oven combo, a 36” chimney-style wall hood, and dishwasher. The kitchen also features recess can lighting and granite countertops with bullnose edges in your choice of Verde Ubatuba, tan brown, Giallo Santiago, or new sunset gold. 


Capstone Homes is known as Northern Arizona’s premier custom home builder for a reason. Beyond the wide array of features offered in the home designs at Woody Mountain Estates, there are several customization options available to help you create the home you’ve always dreamed of. Simply select the floor plan that fits your desires and begin the process of building your new custom home.


The Flagstaff community surrounding Woody Mountain Estates is the perfect place to savor the start to the fall season. Woody Mountain Estates is near the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in North America, making it the ideal place to watch the browning fall leaves as they take their usual flight. As the cool air begins to ripen, you’ll want to explore some of the many attractions that Flagstaff has to offer. You can enjoy a family picnic at the Arboretum at Flagstaff, hike winding trails and paths at Arizona Nordic Village, or enjoy dining and shopping while strolling the streets of Historic Downtown Flagstaff. 

If you’re interested in purchasing one of these luxury Flagstaff homes, you can visit the sales office or dial 888-308-7945 to learn more.

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September 8 2021

5 Best Places to Buy a New Home in Florida

by Erin

couple walking on the beach holding hands

What’s not to love about Florida living? Year-round warm weather, stunning salty beaches, a wealth of cultural diversity, and proximity to the “happiest place on earth,” Disney World. Oh, and not to mention, there’s no state income tax. You can even get more bang for your buck when purchasing a new home, as properties in Florida are more affordable than in many other states. Living in the state of Florida yields lots of great opportunities and a layback lifestyle that any homeowner will appreciate. 


Read on to find out about some of the best places to buy a new home in Florida.




If you’re in search of a place to retire, a new home in Sarasota is the perfect place to unpack and stay awhile. With around 803,709 residents, this city is comprised of an older population and is ranked number one on the Best Places to Retire list. Living in Sarasota can be a bit on the pricey end, with the median listing home price being at $415,000, but worth every penny. Sarasota is home to The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, and the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium. You can easily spot many sandy beaches for your sunbathing pleasure, including Lido Key Beach and Siesta Key Beach. You can also enjoy shopping at St. Armands Circle, where you’ll discover unique boutiques such as Wyland Galleries, White House Black Market, Tommy Bahama, and restaurants like Speaks Clam Bar and Le Macaron French Pastries, and Blue Dolphin Café. 




The Tampa homes for sale consist of 95 neighborhoods with the median listing home price at $352,000 and a rising population of 387,916 residents. The top schools in Tampa include Pride Elementary School, Chiles Elementary School, Coleman Middle School, Brooks Debartolo Collegiate High School, and Plant High School. Tampa private schools include the Academy of The Holy Names and Jesuit High School. Amenities near Tampa include grocery shopping at Sprouts Farmers Market, Whole Foods Market, Publix, and The Fresh Market. You can also grab a fresh cup of Joe at local coffee shops like Shelly’s Café and Buddy Brew Coffee. You’ll even fall in love at first bite at one of the many eateries within Tampa like Columbia Restaurant, Lolis Mexican Cravings, Bern’s Steak House, and Whiskey Joes.




Orlando, Florida, is home to amusement parks like Epcot, Universal Orlando Resort, and Walt Disney World. The kid in you will quickly fall in love with the new homes in Orlando. Some of the best schools in Orlando include Dr. Phillips Elementary School, Laureate Park Elementary School, Orlando Science Middle High Charter School, and Lake Nona High School. You can find all of your favorite plant-based and organic grocery items at Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market, or if you simply need to whip up a weeknight meal, there’s also Walmart Supercenter, Lucky’s Market, and Lotte Plaza Market. With 97 neighborhoods to select from, home values in Orlando range all the way up to $16.4 million, although the median home listing price last month was $324,000.


Daytona Beach


Daytona Beach is a hot spot for racing enthusiasts and was named the “World’s Most Famous Beach” in the 1920s. This popular city is home to the Daytona International Speedway built by NASCAR, and is also home to higher education institutions such as Bethune-Cookman University and Daytona State College. When residing in Daytona Beach, you’ll also come across the Jackie Robinson Ballpark, The Clock Tower and Bandshell, and the Museum of Arts and Sciences. Daytona Beach consists of 20 neighborhoods with Daytona homes for sale at a median listing price of around $219,000.




The city of Miami is situated in Miami-Dade County and hosts a population of 454,279 residents. Local attractions in this trendy beach town include the Perez Art Museum Miami that showcases global modern art, the Miami Seaquarium, the expansive Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. You can also take a cruise down the famous Ocean Drive lined with Art Deco buildings and visit the outdoor museum filled with creative street art at Wynwood Walls. Miami’s real estate market currently balances, which means the supply and demand of homes are around the same. The median home listing price in Miami last month was $450,000.

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August 27 2021

5 Best Places to Buy a New Home in California

by Erin

Santa Barbara beachfront view


Life in a new California home can be a dream come true with its abundance of sandy beaches, boardwalks, year-round sunny skies, and all the Carne Asada tacos your stomach can handle. Whether you’re looking for a place to retire, rental income, or a fresh start for those big career goals, the Sunshine State is this perfect place to call home. But with a largely populated state like California, the biggest question on your home search is where to buy. There are many factors to consider like northern or southern California, urban or suburban, snow or dessert? In this post, we’re giving you a breakdown of five great places to buy a new home in California.


Lake County


Lake County is located in northern California, just two hours northwest of San Francisco and the state capitol, Sacramento. Lake County boasts a grand population of 64,386 residents and a median home price of $341,000. It is also home to Clear Lake, which is the largest freshwater lake in California. Submerge yourself in the long-established history of Lake County while visiting the Lake County Historic Courthouse Museum, the Gibson Museum, and Cultural Center, and the Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum. While living in a new home in Lake County, you can partake in the wine country lifestyle touring many local vineyards like the Chacewater Winery & Olive Mill, Boatique Winery, Fults Family Vineyards, and the Mt. Konocit Winery. You can also enjoy a little antique shopping at Ratto’s Uniques and Antiques The Mall and grab a few greeting cards and specialized gifts for your loved ones at Linda’s Hallmark Shop. 




Situated conveniently in Orange County, the city of Orange is a kid-friendly community with low crime rates and access to several parks, playgrounds, youth programs, and libraries. The median home price in Orange last month was $860,000. Orange is home to several popular attractions such as the Orange County Zoo, Irvine Regional Park, and the Hilbert Museum of California Art. You can also find Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland, and the Angel Stadium in nearby Anaheim. Enjoy shopping at The Outlets at Orange, an open-air outlet mall that features the AMC Orange 30 movie theater and retailers like Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Kay Jewelers Outlet, Nike Factory Store, Victoria’s Secret, and Tilly’s. 


Big Bear Lake


The neighborhoods in Big Bear offer condos, townhomes, vacation homes, and cabins for sale. Whether you’re looking to purchase your next new home or a vacation home, Big Bear is the perfect place for any stay. Big Bear Lake has around 5,241 residents, and the median home price averages at $391,000. The small fish-filled city of Big Bear Lake is located in Southern California and provides access to tons to do no matter your fancy.  This city thrives year-round with the perfect weather for weekend camping or wintertime skiing. Residents and visitors enjoy the Bear Mountain Ski Resort, Snow Summit Ski Resort, and boutique shops and restaurants in Big Bear Lake Village. There is also the Big Bear Alpine Zoo and Boulder Bay Park.


Palo Alto


Palo Alto, California, is an ideal city with breathtaking views and rich culture. There are currently 134 homes for sale, ranging from as little as $15,000 to $53.9 million. Wow! What a difference in the price range! The home values in Palo Alto are a bit on the pricey end, but this also makes for an excellent investment or rental properties which yield a higher return and a higher caliber for tenants. Palo Alto is considered a safe area to live in, and the weather tends to remain at around 75 degrees throughout the year. A few of the well-performing schools in Palo Alto include Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School and Palo Alto High School. Private and charter schools include Bowman International School, Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, and the International School of the Peninsula. Residents love exploring the local shops and eateries in downtown Palo Alto and visit the Computer History Museum in nearby Mountain View that takes you through the first 2,000 years of computing history. The Baylands Nature Preserve features over fifteen miles of trails perfect for a morning jog or bike ride and lots of local wildlife to keep company. 


Santa Barbara


Located on the central California coast near the Santa Ynez mountains is the gorgeous city of Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara consists of thirty neighborhoods with 258 homes for sale that range between $129,000 to $62 million in price. This area is a tourist city near LA surrounded by many beaches like Arroyo Burro Beach and Summerland Beach. Top-rated schools in Santa Barbara include Cold Spring Elementary School, Peabody Charter School, La Colina Junior High School, and San Marcos Senior High School. Santa Barbara is home to the Santa Barbara Zoo, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Stearns Wharf, a historic pier that offers shopping and restaurants. 

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August 23 2021

Pool mania! How has COVID-19 boosted the value of homes with this luxury feature, even in four-season climates?

by Erin

swimming pool behind brik house

COVID-19 forced many people who might have otherwise spent the summer of 2020 out at the community or country club pool to hunker down at home during their leisure hours. While it has long been known that selling a home with a pool can be a challenge, top real estate agents noticed that homes with inground backyard pools were flying off the proverbial shelves last year, and the trend seems poised to continue this year. The phenomenon was simple: with fewer other options for leisure time, having a source of relaxation, exercise, and fun in your own backyard became very attractive, even with the cost premium and the maintenance/upkeep required.


The average pool costs tens of thousands of dollars, often around $42,000, and in the past, having said pool would only boost your home’s value compared to a home without a pool by a little under $17,000. Now, in a very strong seller’s market and with pool ownership so popular, many see price hikes for their pools of about $28,000. What does this pool boom mean for your home, and any plans, you have to buy a pool or sell a home quickly this summer? 


Got a Pool Already? Cash In With a High Purchase Price


If you’ve considered moving to a home without a pool at any point, this might be the summer to do it. This is especially true if you’ve already gotten lots of valuable use out of your home inground pool since that use is valuable. As opposed to some point in the future when pools aren’t quite as en vogue, selling now could mean taking advantage of the popular premium and adding five figures to your purchase price. While not every area of the country is experiencing this pool boom the same way, even places where a pool used to be a rarely used feature are likely to do better than average this summer. 


Considering a Pool? Do It For the Experience, Not Just the ROI


While pool mania is great for people who have already footed the bill to have one installed, don’t let the dollar signs cloud your eyes too much if you haven’t yet installed a pool. The ROI this summer is certainly better, but if you intend to sell soon, adding a pool just for resale value isn’t likely to recoup your costs. 


However, if you have caught pool fever and see many years of enjoyment ahead for this luxury addition to your home, that is the time to sign up to install a pool. While a boost on the ROI of your home is certainly nice, the associated costs for upkeep with a pool mean that they rarely fully pay for themselves in purchase price alone. Focus on getting a pool only if it will bring enjoyment for your family, and then consider down the road how to best market and sell your home with a pool when you’re actually ready to move. 


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August 23 2021

Acquire a New Home in a Flagstaff Golf Community at Woody Mountain Estates

by Erin

Woody Mountain Estates Community Forest View

Woody Mountain Estates is a limited offering of luxury custom homes for sale coming soon to Flagstaff, Arizona! These spacious new construction homes are 80 miles from the Grand Canyon and are situated amid the most prominent Ponderosa Pine Forest in North America. The Woody Mountain Estates neighborhood is also adjacent to the well-appointed Flagstaff Ranch community. This new home development offers half-acre lots and desirable amenities such as miles of winding walking trails, common areas for gathering with neighbors, a gorgeous Green Belt, and an expansive golf course onsite without the gated golf fees. 


Convenience to everyday essentials, shopping, employment opportunities, and exceptional schools are never hard to find as a resident of Woody Mountain Estates. The new homes at Woody Mountain Estates are located near remarkable schools, including Knoles Elementary School, Mt. Elden Middle School, Coconino High School, and Flagstaff High School. Major local employers in Flagstaff consist of Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff Medical Center, Flagstaff United School District, and Coconino County. Woody Mountain Estates provides convenience to the Flagstaff Medical Center, Flagstaff Birth and Women’s Center, and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Northern Arizona. The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is located only five miles south of Flagstaff and is serviced by American Eagle and United Express. Local grocers near Woody Mountain Estates include Safeway, Sprouts Farmers Market, Fry’s Food and Drug, and Whole Foods Market. You can also find retail stores surrounding the Woody Mountain Estates neighborhood such as Marshalls, Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, Ross Dress for Less, Goodwill, Beall’s Outlet.


Life at Woody Mountain Estates provides residents with a world of great food and good times. Be sure to visit some of the best restaurants in Northern Arizona, like Fat Olives wood-fired Neapolitan style pizza with gourmet toppings. There is also cuisine like Josephine’s Modern American Bistro, Karma Sushi Bar & Grill, Tinderbox Kitchen, and Shift Kitchen & Bar, featuring American small plates and craft cocktails. Wash down all the terrific eats you come across with the perfect craft beer. As a Craft Brew City, Flagstaff offers only the best craft beer at several breweries, distillery, and meadery. Check out Dark Sky Brewing Company, Wanderlust Brewing Company, and Drinking Horn Meadery, to name a few. A few other great attractions near Woody Mountain Estates include The Walnut Canyon National Monument, Arizona Snowbowl, Lowell Observatory, and the Coconino National Forest.


Join the interest list today to stay abreast of the latest updates, features, and pricing related to the new homes for sale at Woody Mountain Estates.

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August 17 2021

Add a New Home at Orion at Timber Sky to Your Back-to-School List

by Erin

Father zipping daughter's backpack for school

The long hot days of summer are quickly coming to an end, and the back-to-school season is well underway as you prepare your children for a new year of academic achievement and lasting friendships. You can worry less about expensive energy costs and more about gathering school supplies this year with the energy-efficient new homes at Orion at Timber Sky. Get settled into your new Flagstaff home just in time for the start of the school year, with home designs starting in the mid $400,000’s. Once you view this community, you’ll want to start unpacking.


Orion at Timber Sky is served by nearby top-rated schools, including DeMiguel Elementary School, Mt. Elden Middle School, and Flagstaff High School. Flagstaff High School provides students with the necessary keys to a successful future with a rigorous curriculum in modern language, social science, fine arts, and more. Higher Education near Orion at Timber Sky is never far, with easy access to Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff College, and Arizona State University. Students young and young at heart can study undergraduate and graduate programs, including accounting, business and marketing, nursing, journalism, and criminal justice. With a degree at any one of these fine institutions, a career in Flagstaff is available with leading employers such as Pepsi-Cola Bottling, Northern Arizona Healthcare, Nestle Purina, and Flagstaff Medical Center.


This premier master-planned community features spacious floor plan designs with three to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, a two-car garage, and 1,471 to 3,222 square feet of living space. Designs like Plan 1569 feature a one-story layout with three bedrooms and two bathrooms outfitted with green construction, a formal dining room, patio, and porch. A few of the fantastic features in these exquisite new homes for sale include landscaped front yards, paved driveways and patios, and lap and vertical LP smart siding. Prepare school lunches in the new kitchens that feature Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, recess can lighting, granite countertops, and green approved cabinets with flat panel doors. There is carpet in the bedrooms, great room, hallways, stairs, and 18” tile flooring in the dining room, entry, kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room.


Energy efficiency is a priority in the new construction homes at Orion at Timber Sky. Homebuilder Capstone Homes ensures that each new build is certified by the Department of Energy with the latest energy-efficient features to make your living experience one that will reduce your carbon footprint and your monthly expenses. These Zero Energy Ready Homes include Watersense plumbing fixtures including faucets, toilets, and showerheads that use around 20% less water, Low E vinyl windows that reduce cooling costs, a tankless gas water heater, and programmable thermostats that can be adjusted to your home and lifestyle schedule. 


Orion is an excellent Flagstaff neighborhood for families as it provides easy access to entertainment, shopping, recreation, and dining. You can visit the Lowell Observatory, Walnut Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, and Wupatiki National Monument. Orion at Timber Sky is also outfitted with kid-friendly amenities, including parks, playgrounds, picnic space, pickleball courts, community gardens, biking paths, and connectivity to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System. 


As you check off the boxes next to the pencils and wide-ruled paper, you can cross off a new dream home on your list as well. To learn more about purchasing a new house at Orion at Timber Sky, you can contact the sales office at 888-253-6308.

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