Traverse Mountain Home Builder
Building the Finest Homes for Families in the Traverse Mountain area of Lehi, Utah
Traverse Mountain in Lehi, Utah is at the heart of Silicon Slopes. Tech companies and other retail are flocking to this area, making it a second economic center in Utah. Not only do residents have a short commute, but shopping, dining, and entertainment are just minutes away! They can visit the Outlets at Traverse Mountain, the Terrace at Traverse Mountain, or the museums at Thanksgiving Point. Additionally, Traverse Mountain neighborhoods have scenic, elevated views and close access to American Fork Canyon.
With over 5,000 homes built across the Wasatch Front, Fieldstone Homes has brought the latest in modern design and features to Traverse Mountain, Utah. This beautiful residential community features custom single-family homes. Build the perfect home as you select your home layout and interior and exterior design features. Learn why Fieldstone homes in Traverse Mountain are a favorite for families in Utah County and how you can build your dream home at Traverse Mountain in Lehi, Utah.
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Building a Home You Love with Fieldstone Homes
Choose from one of our expertly designed floor plans available for each of our communities. You get the benefit of professional expertise in designing your home layout without the hassle of drawing the plans yourself, and still giving you the freedom to choose a design that you love.
Custom Designed Features
Personalize your home with custom interior and exterior design features. From flooring, to exterior, to appliances, etc., you get to select the features you love to make your home yours. The Fieldstone HomeFitting Center offers thousands of options in a fun, no pressure environment. We also have design team experts to help walk you through the process and give you insights if needed.
We pride ourselves on delivering the best customer experience possible. We want your home buying experience to be a fun adventure rather than a hassle or stressful pain. We remove the stress by making it fun and exciting and by offering you both the opportunity to customize and the resources you need to build a home that you will love and will hold its value for many years to come.
Why Build a Home in the Traverse Mountain area of Lehi, Utah?
Lehi is full of pioneer and old west history. Incorporated in 1852, Lehi is the sixth oldest city in the state of Utah. In the past, the Overland Stagecoach Route, Pony Express Trail, and Transcontinental Telegraph all run through or near Lehi. The area has gone through many names including Evansville, Dry Creek, Sulphur Springs, and Snow's Springs.
Families will love Lehi’s almost 30 parks, which feature a skate park, splash pad, pavilions, picnic areas, playgrounds, sports fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, disc golf, and 23 miles of trails. Coming soon to Lehi is the Dry Creek Reservoir, which will allow residents to paddleboard, canoe, kayak, swim, fish, and more! Other popular spots for families include Thanksgiving Point’s 5 museums, Seven Peaks Fun Center, and the Megaplex theater.
Shopping & Dining
As Lehi continues to grow, so does its retail and restaurant industries! Residents in Traverse Mountain are minutes away from shopping at the Outlets at Traverse Mountain and Cabela’s. If they want to get a bite to eat, they have over 40 restaurants just a short distance away. They can also shop retail at The Terrace at Traverse Mountain or go grocery shopping at Harmon’s Neighborhood Grocer. What makes Traverse Mountain so unique is that its neighborhoods have close access to American Fork Canyon and its many outdoor recreation opportunities.
Traverse Mountain students are included in the Alpine School District and have the ability to choose between traditional public, charter, and magnet schools. Whatever residents choose, they can know they’ll be in good hands because all Lehi schools are highly rated. In addition, a new middle school is being built for the Traverse Mountain area.
Working in Traverse Mountain
Residing in the heart of Silicon Slopes, residents have their pick of tech-related jobs. Tech companies are consistently moving to the area, providing lots of job opportunities. Other large industries in Lehi include retail trade, health care, and social assistance.
Our Traverse Mountain Communities
Fieldstone Homes currently offers two excellent communities in the Traverse Mountain area of Lehi, Utah. Additional communities may come in the future as well. Feel free to browse and learn more about each community by clicking the links below. You can also reach out to a Fieldstone representative with questions or for additional information.
Enjoy the Benefits of Home Ownership
Build wealth by paying a mortgage! In today’s fluctuating market, some might be skeptical that homeownership is the best financial move. But homeownership is actually a great investment because owning a home allows you to build wealth over time as you accumulate equity each month through payments on your mortgage. In a sense, homeownership is like a built-in savings plan, compelling you to save money each month for your mortgage. Not only do you build equity, but your home will accrue appreciation much faster than stocks! With real estate expecting to increase by 20% along the Wasatch Front, it’s a great investment.
Mortgage costs stay the same while rents rise. Homeownership is a long-term financial investment that, while intimidating for first-time buyers, is most often cheaper than renting in the long run. With rent in the Provo-Orem metro skyrocketing, you can step away from the rising costs and have control over your home payments. You have peace of mind knowing you are investing in your financial future instead of paying to invest in someone else’s. Plus, owning your own home also provides tax benefits such as a homeowner’s credit and other tax deductions.
Homeownership also provides freedom, flexibility, and the opportunity to make the place you live your own. You can invest in the property, make improvements as needed, and have complete control over the place you live. You can buy a pre-existing home or consider building one of your own, which gives you complete control over the process. These are just some of the many benefits that come with homeownership.
Building a Home vs. Buying Existing
You’ve decided that you want to buy a home in Traverse Mountain, but now the question remains: should I build a new home or buy a used one? While buying a resale home has benefits such as living in an established neighborhood or allowing you to transform a fixer-upper, buying a new home has a lot of advantages!
When you build a home, you get to choose your own floor plan. You may have your heart on an open-concept floor plan, spacious master suite, or a jack and jill bathroom. But finding an existing home in Traverse Mountain that matches your floor plan preferences might be difficult. At Fieldstone Homes, however, we have so many floor plans to choose from! Not only can you pick a floor plan that you like, but you can adjust it! Add a fourth bedroom, third car garage, or choose to finish your basement. Building a new home means that you get to customize your house to suit your family’s lifestyle.
Not only do you get to pick a floor plan you love, but you get to customize the inside to your personal style. With an existing home in Traverse Mountain, it can be an uphill battle trying to find a home that matches your style. Instead, building a home means that you get to select your own flooring, cabinets, countertops, paint, and more!
Building a new home is also more energy-efficient and safe. It may surprise you to know that new homes are actually 30% more energy-efficient than homes built just a decade previously. The reason lies in the products used in the home: better insulation, energy-efficient windows (Low E), and more proficient heating and cooling systems. Homes are also safer—no surprise lead paint here! All homes are built to today’s safety code, which means better circuit breakers, safer garage door openers, and more environmentally-friendly building materials.
While some people relish a do-it-yourself project, building a new home means you won’t be forced to do costly repairs yourself. A lot of older homes in Lehi will necessitate repairs that will be pricey, such as roof repairs, HVAC system replacements, and new carpeting. However, new homes come with brand-new materials, quality appliances, and an outstanding warranty. Now you can just enjoy your new, low maintenance home.
The Fieldstone Home Building Process
Building your own home can be overwhelming, especially to those who aren’t familiar with the process. However, this process isn’t as intimidating as you think and can be a fun, exciting adventure for everyone involved!
Before buying a home, the first step is to establish your budget! Knowing how much home you can afford will help you focus your home search. The next step is to get pre-qualified for financing. We recommend using one of our “preferred lenders.” They have gained our trust by consistently providing our homebuyers with great customer service, extremely competitive rates, and an overall positive experience. Plus, our preferred lenders grant you an added monetary incentive. With your pre-approval amount in mind, you can now select the right location, style of home, and home type for you. When selecting where you want to live, we know that location is everything! Having a home that you love in the right location for you can make all the difference. Consider visiting several communities or model homes in Traverse Mountain to learn about the area, allowing you to decide which community in the Traverse Mountain area of Lehi is right for you.
Once you have selected your location, the next step is to choose a floor plan. Unlike some builders, Fieldstone Homes makes this process as easy as possible by giving you several professionally designed layouts to choose from. Select the home layout that works best for you and feel free to discuss any changes or concerns you may have with a representative. Then, once you have selected your floor plan and lot, you make an appointment with our design center. There, our experienced interior designers will help you build the home you’ll love as you select your interior and exterior features. Once that’s done, we begin construction on your new home in Traverse Mountain! It is as easy as that! Not only is it easy, but the process can actually be fun!
About Fieldstone Homes in Traverse Mountain
We love building homes! As we help people build homes that they love, we find that we are truly building lives. We help individuals and families to build a home that they love in a location and community that helps them thrive. Truly, we want you or your family to love where you live.
Fieldstone is one of the largest homebuilders in the Utah and Salt Lake Valley areas and has been in business in Utah since 1998. We have a proven history of building custom quality homes with top-notch customer service. We seek to be transparent, helpful, communicative, and to do what is best for our customers. We build homes to last and hold their value for years to come while making the whole home building experience as smooth as possible—both financially and throughout the design and building process. Fieldstone is proud to serve customers in the Traverse Mountain area of Lehi and has won several awards throughout the years including Best Exterior Design by Parade of Homes and the #2 Builder in Utah from Utah Business Magazine. We are proud of what we do and love to use our business to help customers build better homes and better lives.
To learn more about Fieldstone and our communities in Traverse Mountain, please visit our ‘communities’ or ‘about’ pages. You can also learn more about our Fieldstone agents by viewing our agent page as well. Or feel free to give us a call with questions for a no-hassle, no-pressure consultation. We would love to answer your questions and see how we can help you build the right kind of home for you.