Current Homes

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    Fort Smith, AR

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1836 sq. ft. 1-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This lovely ranch style home has beautiful wood type flooring in the living room, dining and two bedrooms. The galley style kitchen has a dual oven and lots of counter and cabinet space. Enjoy the lovely fireplace in the large living room which also has cathedral ceilings. This home is very close to shopping, restaurants and hospitals. This home is located in the most sought-after school district in the city. Fort Smith lies on the Arkansas-Oklahoma state border, situated at the confluence of the Arkansas and Poteau rivers, also known as Belle Point. "Where the New South Meets the Old West", enjoy the rich heritage, diverse culture, and the warmth that makes Fort Smith a wonderful place to live. In 2007, the city of Fort Smith was selected by the United States Department of the Interior as the site of the new United States Marshals Service National Museum, slated to open in 2019. As the largest city in western Arkansas, Fort Smith offers many activities and attractions and hosts many major concerts and touring theatre companies. Some of the annual attractions include Old Fort Days Rodeo, Hanging Judge Border Feud High School Rodeo, Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Fest, Arkansas-Oklahoma State Fair and Fort Smith Juneteenth Community Festival. Fort Smith has long been a regional manufacturing center, with major plants located in the city operated by Rheem, Trane, Georgia-Pacific, Gerber, Planters Peanuts, Mars Petcare, Umarex USA, Graphic Packaging, Pernod Ricard-USA, and many others. Fort Smith is also home to several corporations including Baldor Electric Company, a member of the ABB Group, ArcBest Corporation, and poultry company OK Foods. The city has one major university that is part of the University of Arkansas System, The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. There are many medical facilities in the area including Mercy Hospital Fort Smith, Sparks Regional Medical Center, and Mercy Orthopedic Hospital to just name a few. The average annual temperature of Fort Smith is 60.38°. The average annual rainfall is 49.50 inches and the average annual snowfall is 4.29 inches.

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    Hot Springs Village, AR

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 2878 sq. ft. multi-level home features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the main floor and a family room, an office/bedroom (no closet) and bathroom on the lower level. The large living room has a wonderful brick fireplace and lots of large windows. The eat-in kitchen is functional has an island and lots of counter space. The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and walk-in shower in the master bath. The bathroom in the lower level has a walk-in shower and a large tub. There are two decks in the back, one off the main level and one off the lower level. There is a wonderful view from the upper deck. A few of the communities outstanding amenities include eight golf courses, 13 clay tennis courts, 12 lakes, two full-service marinas and more than 20 miles of nature trails. There’s also bocce ball, lawn bowling and pickleball. Hot Springs Village, Arkansas is located deep within the Ouachita Mountains among the U.S. Interior Highlands, and is set among several natural hot springs for which the city is named. The city has many attractions for many different interest including the thermal waters and Oaklawn Park, a thoroughbred racing facility. Magic Springs and Crystal Falls theme parks are among other great attractions. The city earned the No. 4 position among “America’s Top 100 Small Arts Towns”. There are outstanding medical facilities located in the community as well as nearby in Hot Springs, Benton and Little Rock. The Village itself is home to physical therapists, specialist doctors, optometrists, chiropractors, dentists, home health, hospice, senior apartments, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities, an ambulance service and a medical clinic. Little Rock is approximately 55 miles from Hot Springs. Hot Springs lies in the humid subtropical climate zone. The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.

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    Wilson, NC

    NEW BUILD – WADE JURNEY HOMES – This single family 1-story 1001 sq. ft. home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This cozy home has a lovely front porch. There is an attached 1-car garage. ***The home will be built with predetermined specifications by the donor. The pictures of the homes shown are only a model of the homes in this area*** This quiet community is conveniently located close to downtown Wilson, shopping and close to the highway. You will not have to travel far to entertain yourself in this small city setting. Wilson enjoys a diverse economy based on agriculture, manufacturing, commercial, and service businesses. Bridgestone Americas operates a plant in Wilson. Other large employers include Wilson County Schools; Wilson Medical Center; Smithfield Packing Co.; UTC Aerospace Systems; Sandoz, generic prescription drugs; Merck Manufacturing Division; and Ardagh Group, glass containers. Colleges in the area include Barton College, a liberal arts college and Wilson Community College.

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    North Little Rock, AR

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1914 sq. ft. 1-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This beautiful traditional style home sits on 3.36 acres of land. The living room has a lovely brick fireplace and access to the backyard. There is a nice deck in the back. North Little Rock is across the Arkansas River from Little Rock in the central part of the state. If you enjoy baseball, the city is now home to the Arkansas Travelers, a minor league baseball team. North Little Rock prides themselves on offering affordable, safe, and diverse recreational opportunities. The offer a variety of exceptional programs, parks and facilities. The city includes Dickey-Stephens Park and Burns Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. The city offers a wide variety of things to do, festivals, concerts and lots of family-friendly entertainment. There are lots of employment opportunities in the area. Some of the colleges in the area include Pulaski Technical College, Shorter College, Arkansas College of Barbering and Hair Design, Diesel Driving Academy and the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Police Law Enforcement Training Center. This area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. The average annual temperature is 61.2 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 49.48 inches. The average annual snowfall is 2.93 inches.

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    Madera, CA

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1314 sq. ft. home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This lovely home has a large living room with a fireplace. The kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space with easy access to the dining room. Enjoy the covered patio in the fenced back yard. This home is located on a cul-de-sac. This community is near schools, shopping, parks with easy access to the local freeway. Madera, California is located in the San Joaquin Valley, just 30 minutes north of Fresno, CA. Madera is the largest city in Madera County, and home to more than 60,000 residents. Madera has become a premier community where family is valued and quality public services are provided. Known as a community with a rich heritage and a diverse population with an enduring small-town atmosphere, Madera offers an enhanced quality of life. Madera is located near some incredible National Parks and historic points of interest. Several of these landmarks are within a couple hours’ drive of Madera. The city offers nine softball fields, two little league fields and seven soccer fields, along with a dog park and skate park. Outdoor activities are a must with walking trails, basketball courts, children’s play areas, picnic area with BBQ pits, and a pavilion with electric. The city hosts many activities including festivals, movies in the park, golf tournaments, pool parties, senior celebrations and annual celebrations. There are 11 colleges within 50 miles of Madera. Madera Community College is the nearest 2-year college. California State University Fresno is the nearest 4-year University just 21 miles away. The average annual temperature is 62.1°F. The average annual high temperature is ‎75.6°F, annual low temperature is ‎48.6°F. The average annual rainfall is 12.25 inches.

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    Commerce City, CO

    MERITAGE HOME TO BE BUILT -- This spacious 1837 sq. ft. 1-story ranch home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The large great room and dining area have a fabulous open floor plan. The master suite features a large walk-in closet and master bath. The two secondary bedrooms provide space to keep the whole family happy. This home has wonderful energy-efficient features, these homes help you live a healthier and quieter lifestyle while saving on utility bills. Enjoy the outdoor living space on those beautiful summer days. ***The home will be built with pre-determined specifications by the donor. The home will be built with challenge free features, including, but not limited to, wider door frames for wheelchair accessibility, roll-in shower, roll under sink in bathroom, frame blocking in bathrooms for future grab bar installation, lower light switches. The pictures of the homes shown are only a model of the homes in this area*** Your home extends beyond the walls of your house. As you settle in to your new neighborhood and meet your fellow residents, enjoy the greenbelt surrounding your community. There's no shortage of things to do around the community. Enjoy some of the best shopping, entertainment, and restaurants. This beautiful community is centrally located in the bustling Commerce City. This community is just a short commute to Downtown Denver and DIA.

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    Darien, IL

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1430 sq. ft. 1-story home features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The large living room has a beautiful brick fireplace in the corner. The galley style kitchen has a breakfast bar and opens to the dining area. Both bathrooms feature the tub/shower combination. There is an attached 1-car garage. The backyard is partially fenced. Darien, Illinois is a south-western suburb of Chicago. Darien is known as “A Nice Place to Live”. If you enjoy golf, you can enjoy the Carriage Greens Golf Course or venture to Woodridge and enjoy the greens at Seven Bridges Golf Course or Cog Hill Golf Complex, site of the annual PGA Western Open. Some of the major employers in the area include Jewel Foods Store, Carriage Greens Country Club and Darien Town Center as well as the highly rated school districts #86 and #61. There is a city ordinance that states no more than three (3) adult dogs and/or cats per residence. There are 91 colleges within 50 miles of Darien. The nearest college is Moraine Valley Community College. The average annual temperature is 49.08°F. The average annual rainfall is 36.98 inches and the average annual snowfall is 30.04 inches.

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    Fredericksburg, VA

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 2356 sq. ft. 2-story home features 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. This lovely colonial style home has a large open kitchen with easy access to the dining room. The large master bathroom has a walk-in shower. The 2nd bath has a tub/shower combination. Enjoy the large fenced yard with a deck and a storage shed in the back. There is an attached 2-car garage. Fredericksburg, Virginia is located 45 miles south of Washington, D.C. and 58 miles north of Richmond. Well known for its historic heritage, Fredericksburg was instrumental during the Colonial and Civil War eras. Tourism is a major part of the economy, with approximately 1.5 million people visiting the Fredericksburg area annually, including the battlefield park, the downtown visitor center, events, museums and historic sites. Check out the 21 green spaces, paths, trailways, parks and award-winning nature programs. Fredericksburg proudly hosts the Fredericksburg Christmas Parade, Picnic in the Park, Downtown 31 and so much more. Fredericksburg’s major employers include the University of Mary Washington, Mary Washington Healthcare, and GEICO. The University of Mary Washington, is a four-year public university within the city. Fredericksburg has a four-seasons, with cool winters and hot, humid summers. The average annual high temperature is 67.7 °F. The average annual low temperature is 45.1 °F. The average annual rainfall is 43.35 inches. The average annual snowfall is 16.36 inches.