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Montgomery River Region Builders

Listed in alphabetical order below, the Montgomery Area features 14 homebuilders currently building new construction homes in 30 communities.

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The largest builders in the Montgomery River Region are Goodwyn Building, Lowder New Homes, and Stone Martin Builders contributing more than 20 communities to the Montgomery cityscape. The mere number will ensure that homebuyers find the ideal community that satisfies their expectations.  The Tri-County area continues to grow making it easier to find your perfect home.

Downtown Montgomery neighborhoods, such as Deer Creek, Grand Park, Hampstead, New Park, StoneyBrooke, Azalea Place, Charleston, Fairfield, Hearth Haven, and Midtown Oaks await new residents in the community clusters that have been built here. If the outskirts is preferred, the city of Prattville, also part of the Montgomery metropolitan statistical area, is a good option.

People looking to build a new house in Montgomery can choose from 14 homebuilders to help make their dream home a reality. These Montgomery builders have a passion for quality construction and have 444 new homes available for sale in 30 Montgomery communities.

Prices for new homes for sale in Montgomery range from $33,896 to $857,000. Because Montgomery has a diverse collection of homebuilders, home shoppers can easily find a builder that has a floor plan they love within their budget.

Large Montgomery homebuilders have large floor plan libraries that encompass a wide range of home styles and can further customize their plans to meet your needs. Montgomery’s custom homebuilders can also design a beautiful new home for your needs.

A little rustic touch, pitched-roofs combined with jerkinhead elements and dormers, Neo-classical pillars encircling the front door, green to gray color variations, stucco and brick sidings, and we get the typical Montgomery home, which comes in both single-story and two-story designs.