Builder Spotlight - NK Homes
Based in Richmond, NK Homes builds quality craftsman and traditional elevation style homes in New Kent, Hanover, Henrico and surrounding counties. They use the highest quality components in their homes and have made a name for themselves in RVA in the last several years! This can be proven in the awards they win every year from the Home Builders Association of Richmond. One of the most well-known qualities of NK Homes is that they truly have a product for everyone while still maintaining local ties and reputable quality. With a wide aray of price ranges, neighborhoods, and floor plans, every client is able to have what they want!
NK Homes was founded in 2010 by Doug Godsey out of his desire to create warm and inviting communities that exude high-quality, all at an affordable price. This was a natural transition for him considering he also owns various land development and holding companies. Doug believes this provides for seamless communication from start to finish, as the land is transformed from inaccessible wilderness into the communities he develops. He has proven this process four times with his current communities:
Prices Start in the Mid $500,000 Range
These luxury homes are positioned on one to two acre lots and showcase 4-5 spacious bedrooms, most with first floor masters.
New Kent, VA
Prices Start in the Low $300,000 Range
Craftsman and Traditional style homes are available in a variety of floor plans to suit your budget and taste, each of which sit on lots that range from one half to three quarter acres. This community is the perfect halfway point between Richmond and Williamsburg!
If you prefer the privacy and control of building on your own lot, NK Homes can also build you the perfect home! You decide when and where to build your custom home and they will help guide you through the home building process, while keeping your timeline and budget in mind. NK homes also has a wide variety of floor plans that are available for this very project!
If you haven't had a chance to see any of there work, here you go: