March 28 2021

Save on Energy Costs While Living Lavish at Capstone Homes at Jasper

by Erin

Capstone Homes at Jasper Farmhouse home design

The master-planned community at Capstone Homes at Jasper is where you want to be! You can discover expansive home designs and customized floor plans that perfectly fit your everyday needs. Lavish open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, designer bathrooms, and outdoor living spaces are features you need in your life right about now, and Northern Arizona’s premier custom home builder, Capstone Homes, will ensure you receive just that.  


Located in Prescott Valley, Capstone Homes at Jasper offers estate-sized lots with optional RV garages, three-car garages, and courtyards. The one and two-story floor plans featured at Jasper include up to five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and 2,189 to 3,760 square feet of living space. You can select from traditional, modern, and farmhouse exterior designs and up to nine customizable floor plans. The in-house custom design-build program allows you to let your creativity run wild. You’ll get your own personal designer, sales associate, options coordinator, and project manager to help you bring all of your design dreams to life from start to finish.


Each Zero Energy Ready Home follows a program with the U.S. Department of Energy and offers several energy and cost-efficient features. When purchasing your new home at Jasper, it will be equipped with Energy Star rated appliances, a tankless water heater, gas furnace, low VOC paint, and high-efficiency central air conditioning. There is also a clean energy package that includes energy collection solar panels and Aerobarrier sealant. Living at Capstone Homes at Jasper allows you to live a luxury lifestyle while saving money each month.


The new home community of Capstone Homes at Jasper features an onsite community center, clubhouse, swimming pool, park, and tennis court starting in the high $500,000’s. Join the interest list to get more details about this fantastic master-planned community in Prescott Valley.

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