Three Consort Homes Neighborhoods Racing to Close-Out

ST. LOUIS, May 27, 2014 –    Andrew Fox is definitely making his mark as the newest addition to Consort Homes’ sales team.  Responsible for the builder’s new-home communities in Arnold and Imperial, Fox has led all three neighborhoods to the brink of close-out since the first of the year.

Although a relative newcomer to the metro region, Fox’s degree in business administration and engaging personality have undoubtedly contributed to his strong

Andrew Fox with Consort Homes
sales performance.  “Customers in this area are extremely value-conscious, and they’re quick to recognize the quality craftsmanship, energy-saving features, and timely delivery of a Consort Home,” he says.  “These are all great locations with easy highway access, and the Fox School District is a big attraction for families with children.”

Fox is currently based at Stone Creek, where only six homesites remain for purchase.  The community is conveniently located off Jeffco Boulevard in Arnold, just five minutes from Highway 141 and only a 20-minute drive to downtown St. Louis.  Here, homebuyers choose from an impressive array of ranch, 1.5-story, and 2-story plans from Consort’s Heritage, Hometown, and Inspiration design collections, with starting prices from $221,900 to $280,900.

A favorite with Stone Creek buyers, the “Sheridan” display was recently updated to showcase the latest new-home trends, including a stunning new designer kitchen.  For shoppers in need of prompt occupancy, a market home version of this 2490-square-foot, 4-bedroom two-story is under construction and projected for completion in late summer/early fall.

A mile to the north, off Jeffco and just south of 141, Windcrest is down to its final eight home settings.  Fox describes this delightfully secluded community as “close-knit, with a great neighborhood atmosphere,” and emphasizes its proximity to I-55 and various shopping facilities.

Manageably sized and economically priced from $153,900, the “Dover” is Windcrest’s featured homestyle, and a for-sale market home is currently under construction.  Several elevations and numerous color selections are available for this charming 3-bedroom two-story, and Consort has introduced a new main-floor layout that includes a powder room.

Off Seckman Road in Imperial, Seckman Crossing has only eight to-be-built sites remaining, but an “Ashton” two-story from Consort’s Hometown Series is now move-in-ready and sale-priced.  Scenic, private, and surrounded by recreational opportunities, the community also offers designs from the Inspiration Series.  Base prices range from the mid-$180s to $218,900.

Fox reminds home shoppers that time is drawing short for ownership in all of these fine Consort Homes neighborhoods and invites questions at 636-282-1963.  Directions, floorplans, and more information can be found online,