Beautiful, spacious, one-story home has a 3-car garage, room above the garage, finished basement with kitchenette, elevator and storage under the front porch. In progress – finished home photos coming in the next month.
This waterfront home was small and dated, in need of living space and a new look. Battlefield Homes just completed this renovation with two separate additions that completely transformed the home. With the help of great customers and a great team, we can accomplish great things! Before: During: After:
Lot for Sale Beautiful 2+ acre waterfront lot in the desirable Isle of the Laurels gated community in Spotsylvania County. Conventional 4-bedroom septic system. Walk-out basement. Please call 540.786.2388 for information or to schedule a viewing of the lot. Site Plan
Immediate Move-in – Fully Finished! Price $549,900 Features This home sits on a 2+ acre wooded lot in River Glen subdivision, a private neighborhood on River Road in Spotsylvania County, approximately 5 minutes from Central Park, 10 minutes from downtown Fredericksburg. The 3,000 square foot (finished), 4 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath… Continue reading
Nice Letter from one of our past homeowner’s today: “My wife and I engaged Battlefield Homes and your team in 2004 to build a custom house. It’s now more than ten years later and we are sad to say that we are selling the house. I received and accepted a… Continue reading
Many of you have been requesting an update on the geodesic dome that Battlefield Homes is constructing. Well, here it is! Thankfully, we’ve had better weather now that the winter is over. One thing to know about a dome – it is not dry until it is fully parged with… Continue reading
Battlefield Homes’ Liberty model is 95% complete and ready for immediate spring delivery. This home sits on a 2+ acre wooded lot in River Glen subdivision, a private neighborhood on River Road in Spotsylvania County, approximately 5 minutes from central park, 10 minutes from downtown Fredericksburg. Great for families and… Continue reading
Update on the geodesic dome With the foundation in, Old Man Winter hit us, and getting the first of the dome panels on required special winter precautions – heating water on site for the cement mix, tarps to keeping materials dry, generators, and tenting the areas we were working on… Continue reading