Sagebrush Homes begins development of 44 modern homes in Ephraim Utah
Sagebrush Homes and Camino Verde Group commenced its marketing with a ceremonial groundbreaking at Ephraim Crossing, central Utah’s newest mixed-use campus of businesses, retail and residential living. Leaders from the community, from county commissioners, city councils members and local business leaders, came in force to support this new residential development.
Exclusively featuring single family home living options, The Estates at Ephraim Crossing is part of the community’s ongoing efforts to create a new technology hub to the home of Snow College and the Ephraim Campus of Utah State University.
Participants in the groundbreaking included Ephraim Mayor John Scott, Snow College president Bradley Cook, Sagebrush Homes CEO Robert Peccole Jr., Wavv Technologies president Spencer Harmon and Camino Verde Group managing partners Kevin Romney and Mike Ballard.
“Utah’s tech industry has recently experienced tremendous growth across the state and Ephraim Crossing is an ideal place for tech companies looking for a new area that provides affordable housing options and is conveniently located,” said Kevin Romney, partner at Las Vegas-based Camino Verde Group, developer of Ephraim Crossing.
The Estates at Ephraim Crossing, located an hour south of Provo, features 44 single family home sites with prices starting at just $285,000. The neighborhood offers five model home options up to 5,500 square feet, including three one-story floor plans and two two-story floor plans. Homes include up to six bedrooms and four baths, with optional finished or unfinished basements.