Built with quality craftsmanship, open and contemporary designs, and many great standard and optional features. Call Christina for information, 503-910-5047.
Cottonwood Lakes Phase III is our latest phase of Cottonwood Lakes in South Salem, just off of South River Road. Contemporary, craftsman-style 3 bedroom homes with custom detailing and features including vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, stainless appliances, and landscaped front & rear yards with sprinklers.
Floor plans range from 1502-2265 sq.ft.
Lots still available.
Boone Wood Estates, a new home development in South Salem, is coming soon! These contemporary, single and two-story Craftsman-style homes have loads of custom features including vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, stainless appliances, and landscaped front & rear yards with sprinklers.
Thirty-one lots will be available for sale. Floor plans range from 1500-2300 sq.ft.
Call Broker, Christina Slivkoff, for information, 503-910-5047.
As first time home buyer's the thought of being able to afford a brand new home didn't even cross our minds. We were so excited when our Realtor showed us the Don Lulay Homes project and it was in our price range. We are so happy knowing that we aren't going to have any major expenses because everything is new and we even got granite counters and stainless steel appliances! We love it!
I just wanted to thank Don Lulay Homes and Christina for helping me purchase my first new home. I have heard how difficult the building process can be however this was not my experience in working with them! They were very organized and able to answer my questions quickly. I just love my new home and the selections I was able to make and what exceptional value, Thank you!!
I just read the article in the Statesman about the Hunter family on South River Road and your new subdivision. It isn't often you hear the word "gracious" used to describe a developer and I want to commend Mr. Lulay for his sensitivity in dealing with the Hunters, even offering to cut out the arch that meant so much to them. And to pay them more that their property was worth: how rare! It is nice to know there are some developers who can put human needs ahead of making more money; that started my day on a positive note. Please pass this comment on to Mr. Lulay -- thanks.