Construction is underway at Dreambuilder Ten and Dreambuilder Eleven, our two new custom homes in The Sanctuary at Jacksonville Beach. You can check out the progress pictures during construction via Dreambuilder’s Facebook page. Each home has a photo album available. Be sure and ‘Like’ our page to get regular updates from Dreambuilder, and check back…Read more
Dreambuilder Custom Homes is very pleased to announce that construction is underway on two custom homes that will be available for purchase: Dreambuilder Ten and Dreambuilder Eleven.
Both homes are located in The Sanctuary, Jacksonville Beach’s only gated community. This idyllic subdivision has been built out for quite some time, but a handful of lots recently became available, and Dreambuilder acquired two of them.Read more
Dreambuilder Custom Homes partners with Bonded Builders Warranty Group to offer 10-year structural home warranties
Dreambuilder Custom Homes is pleased to annouce its partnership with Bonded Builders Warranty Group. Through this affiliation, Dreambuilder will provide a 10-year major structural defects warranty on all new home construction. “This additional warranty will simply provide our clients with additional piece of mind,” said Shawn Starr, Dreambuilder president. “While we certainly don’t expect any…Read more
We here at Dreambuilder really appreciate home designs that step outside the bland stucco boxes that are so prevalent in homebuilding today. This completely unique and impressive custom home will definitely hold your attention. The home carries several themes throughout in both design and decor, and the wide use of a variety of materials, textures,…Read more
Can a 12-year-old, 260 square foot kitchen be completely gutted and transformed in only eight weeks? With Dreambuilder managing the project, you bet it can!
The McDonald family built their home on the Intracoastal Waterway with a national production builder. While please with the home overall, a lingering disappointment was the design of the kitchen which had three distinct problems. Though somewhat open to the family room via a bar/pass-through, one had to walk out of the family room, into a hall, and then into the kitchen in order to move between rooms. The breakfast room was on the opposite side of the kitchen from the family room. This made for a very closed-off feeling in the kitchen and limited the McDonald’s ability to entertain.
Second, the kitchen was crowded due to an island that was really too big for the space, and the location of appliances throughout the kitchen meant constant navigation around the room. The pantry, tucked in the far corner, was a full 17 feet away from the range and sink areas.
Worst of all, the poor design resulted in kitchen cabinets covering most of the rear wall of the kitchen – a wall completely blocking the McDonalds’ beautiful views of the intracoastal.
Dreambuilder stepped in to help and renovated the kitchen into a showpiece in record time. “Shawn remodeled our kitchen and we couldn’t be happier with the results!” said Vivian McDonald. “The project was on time and on budget.”Read more