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Presale Process
Presale ProcessPresale Process

Selection of Plan and Lot:

The first step is determining the plan and lot you are most interested in.   This decision goes hand in hand since certain plans are only allowed on certain lots.   Even if a plan fits, it may not be allowed because adjacent homes are the same plan.    If you choose a plan, it will show the available lots.  If you choose a lot, it will show the available plans   Go the plat page (Click to see interactive Highland Ridge Plat) (Click to see interactive Legacy Grove Plat) or the plan page (Click for Highland Ridge Plans) (Click for Legacy Grove Plans).  Once you have selected a lot and plan, our home designer will perform a detailed review to make sure the plan will fit and that the surrounding homes are not the identical plan and elevation.  Even it if is the same plan, the plan designer may be able to modify the elevation of the home to allow it to go on a lot.

Highland Ridge Phase 2 has a large number of lots that do not directly back up to another home.    Many of the lots back up to a lake, undeveloped area, or retention area.   These lots will have a premium.    The last phase of Legacy Grove will also have a large number of lots that back up to lakes or undeveloped areas.

Interior Selections Process:

Our creative team designed interior collections based on current trends and popular elements.  All will complement any of our floor plans. One is sure to catch your eye and suit your unique style.  (See More)   For all of our interior selections you will work hand in hand with our selections coordinator to pick you the details of your interior home (Flooring, Paint, Cabinet Colors, Lighting, Plumbing Fixtures).    Because the supply chain is improving, this process is evolving from a few selections to a larger number of selections, the details of the selections process is still in development.

Exterior Selections Process:

Part of the Legacy Premier Homes homebuilding process includes making selections for brick, mortar, and vinyl colors. This can be overwhelming when trying to select options using small samples and product boards. We believe it is much easier to visualize what the home will look like if choosing exterior selections matching our completed homes. Once you enter the pre-sales process, a member of the sales team will provide a list of homes in Highland Ridge that reflect available options from which to choose.

Presale Appointment:

To start the process of building your home, schedule an appointment with a member of our sales team. This meeting will take around two hours.  This initial meeting will include a detailed walk-through of the options that are available with our homes, a detailed walkthrough of interior selections, and exterior selections.  During this meeting, the on-site salesperson will generate a worksheet. The worksheet will contain the modifications/additions that you know you want and the options (or maybe’s) that you are still considering.   You will have the opportunity to review the results at home and make final decisions so that you can keep the final price of the home within your budget.

Before meeting with our on-site salesperson:

Topics covered in Presale Meeting

The list below is an example of some of the features offered and customization discussed during the pre-sale meeting. 

Plan Enhancements:

Brick Base with Cedar Craftsman Column

Stone Base with Painted Craftsman Column

French Doors in Dining Room

French Pocket Doors on Dining Room

Stone Accent Walls

Double Sided Stone Fireplace and Adding Additional Sunroom

Second Master Suite with Kitchen

Second Master Suite with wet bar and fridge

Large Custom Showers

Wet Bars

Energy Efficiency:

Appliance Options

Upgrading the type of appliances.

Electric Slide In Range TEST

Gas Cook Top, Vent to Outside

Wall Oven, Wall Microwave

Slide In Gas Range with Vent to Outside

Gas Cook Top with Microwave Over Cooktop and Double Oven

Gas Slide-in Range, Vent Hood To Outside, Wall Oven and Wall Microwave

Electric Cook Top, Double Ovens, Microwave over Cook Top - recirculating

Cabinet Vent Hood

Five Burner Gas Cook Top and Stainless Vent Hood

Cabinet Style / Options:

Bead Board Cabinets

Raised Panel Cabinets

Shaker Cabinets

Bead Board - With End Panels

Craftsman Cabinets with End Panels and Craftsman Posts

Bead Board - Smooth End Panel

Raised Panel with End Panels and Nottingham Posts

Extra Drawer Stacks

Pull Out Shelves

Wet bars. Cabinets with glass doors.

Trash can pull outs

Drawers Under Cook Top

Spice Rack on end panel of refrigerator cabinet.

Counter top Options:

Quartz in the Kitchen

Granite in additional Baths (Standard)

Flooring Options:


Free Standing Tubs (Standard)

Free Standing Tub with Tile Surround

Jetted or Non-Jetted Six Foot Soaker tubs

Deep Stainless Sink - Single, 60/40 or 50/50 (Standard)

Kohler Farm Sink

Granite Composite Sink

Laundry Sink

Laundry Sink in Cabinet

Shower Options:

Double Shower Heads

Hand Held Shower

Linear Drain, Rimless Door

Corner Seat

Transom Window in Shower

Electrical Options:


Pendant lights

Pendant Lights

Under cabinet lighting (Standard)

Outside Can Lights in Eaves


Stone Hearth and Stone Surround

Wood Hearth, Decorative Glass Surround

Shiplap to Ceiling, Stained Block Mantel

Stone Hearth, Stone Surround, Block Mantel

Limestone Block, Stone Look Tile, Block Mantel

Mantel with Tile Surround

Craftsman Mantel with Glass Tile Surround


Traditional Trim for a Legacy Series Home

Traditional Trim for a Premier Series Home

Wood Shelving in Pantry

Wood Shelving in Closets

Back Porch:

Screen Porch

Screen Porch with Brick Knee Wall


Brick Landscape Edging

Brick Landscape Edging With Lights

Outside Fireplace with two wood boxes

Outside Fireplace with Grill and Refrigerator

Outside Firepit

Extra Concrete and Sidewalks

Detach Garages:

Unfinished Interior of Detached Garage

Detach Garage - 12X20

Detach Garage 22x22

Storm Shelters:

In Ground Storm Shelter

Side View of In Ground Storm Shelter

Exterior Upgrades:

Window and Door Upgrades:

8' Foot Double Front Door

6'8" Double Door with half round.

8' Tiffany Arch Front Door

Once you have decided on which options you want, the designer will review changes and generate a client copy of the floor plan and a final pricing sheet that will became addendums to the contract.

Additional Information:

Building Presales with Supply Chain Constraints:

Each builder is approaching the supply chain constraints differently.   Our approach is to start presales very quickly which requires all selections to be made at the time of contract.   Selections that need to be ordered will be once the contract is signed.  However, it is possible that a given selection may become unavailable (yes it can happen).  If it does, our designers reserve the right to substitute a similar product.  Between optimizing our build sequence and minimizing the wait on the material, it allows us to build your home in an approximately 4 to 5-month time period.   This offers significant advantages of being able to lock in your interest rate quicker, move into your home quicker, and helps avoid those nasty escalation clauses.    Likewise, as a builder, it helps us minimize risk because we are able to order material quicker and have less time for external forces to affect the supply chain.    However, if items must be substituted, both the builder and the client must be flexible and decisive in order to keep the build process on track.

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