Modern Home Builder - Winter 2016 - Volume 2 - 63
"We market to anybody and
everybody. The nice thing about
our communities is the range of
people [who] live there."
feet with prices beginning at $495,000. Burgoyne Estates is located on Fish Creek, which flows into Saratoga Lake. The company's
next project was Schuyler Pointe, which was designed to bring
custom-built homes into a range affordable for most homebuyers. The 39-lot community, located next to the 26-acre Schuyler
Park, was built on land donated by Saratoga Builders and features
wooded one- to two-acre home sites. Homes begin at $325,000
and include an abundance of features not usually found in a new
home including nine-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, granite countertops, richly appointed kitchens, tiled baths and high-efficiency
heating and cooling.
Saratoga Builders' clients range from young families to established
professionals and retirees.
12,000 square-foot, high-end residence, and the results exceeded
Palazzole and Barber eventually became partners in Saratoga
Builders. Barber is responsible for construction while Palazzole is
in charge of finance and contracts. Both men are perfectly suited
for their responsibilities. "Dan is a real expert at residential construction," Palazzole says. "He's detailed-oriented and driven to
Barber has been involved in new home building throughout his
professional career. He got his start in the 1980s with his family's
business, which specialized in the construction of high-end homes
throughout the Lake George region.
Barber takes a hands-on approach with all aspects of every home
the company builds including the development of each site, the
placement of each home, finalizing designs with customers and
managing every aspect of the construction.
A REVOLUTIONARY START
Saratoga Builders started building luxury homes with the development of Burgoyne Estates, a community of 12 homes located
near the site of the Revolutionary War's Battle of Saratoga. That
battle ended when British General John Burgoyne surrendered to
American General Phillip Schuyler.
The home sites range between two and six acres with abundant
foliage and forest between the sites. Homes start at 2,500 square
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