Our process provides extensive planning and preparation to achieve the high-quality results you expect from your home builder.
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Build On Your Lot
We can take any property and build a five-star home. If you want to build you own custom home on your dream property, Treasured Spaces will do it for you.View Service →
Lake Home Construction
Sometimes renovation ideas are so unique they are hard to put into words. That’s great, because the sky’s the limit! We are here to make those ideas reality: you dream it and we can build it.View Service →
Frequently Asked Questions
Building a custom home in Minneapolis, MN with Treasured Spaces is a process that may take some time – but in the end all of our clients will say it’s worth it. When it comes to our detailed craftsmanship, we don’t want to take chances on rushed decisions. When you factor in all the planning that accompanies a custom home build, you it may take from six months to a year or more depending upon the complexity of your project.
The cost of your new home will depend on the amount of work being done. However, homeowners report the average cost to build a new house comes in at around $300,000, which would put a 2,000 square foot home costing about $150 per square foot. It really depends on the specific elements of the build.
The best way to get financing is to apply for a construction loan. We can work with pre-qualified individuals or help you find a vendor that suits your style.
Treasured Spaces will build a home on any lot that’s yours. If you’re still looking for the perfect lot to build on, we have years of experience in the Twin Cities area to help you find your dream location.
Absolutely. Every one of our clients becomes a partner in the planning and construction of their new home. Before ground is broken, we’ll meet multiple times to discuss design objectives and features. We’ll develop a detailed blueprint and rendering to bring your new home to life.
Changes are inevitable in the home building process. We’ll work together to identify changes early on in the project to keep costs low.