Fischer Farms in Provo is a breath of fresh air on the west side of the freeway. The development, by Patterson Elite, set out to build a subdivision that brought character to the area but didn’t feel out of place. Buyers have been drawn to the cohesive feel while offering a refreshing row of beautiful new homes.
The lots are unable to support basements due to the water table, so home designers got creative. Most designs include three-story plans that take advantage of large bonus spaces inside trusses in the home. It’s a fresh approach to space unseen in many Utah homes.
The neighborhood has revitalized the area as worn-out sheds are being replaced with beautiful homes and well-manicured yards.
The homes offer the efficiency and convenience of semi-custom construction but with an open concept to maximize the flow of the home. The four-sided architecture elevates the appearance of the home itself.
With mountain views (you can see the “Y” from the development) and close proximity to schools, I-15 and parks, the development combines convenience and beauty into one place.
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