Address: 2301 Lamar Blvd
Arlington, TX 76012
Artisan is a Lifestyle luxury custom homes builder and is unique from other builders in that we offer a completely turnkey system from start to finish. Take a few moments to browse through some of our recent & past projects; while visiting our site, you'll find our attention to detail, our commitment to quality and our drive to deliver value with every home that we build. If you're like many clients whom we work with, then you may have a lot chosen and ready; if so then we're ready as well. Howerver, if you don’t have a location for your new home then we will help to locate the ideal lot in your desired area. Our knowledgeable staff has numerous resources available to help you select from hundreds of subdivisions and tracks of land.
Currently Artisan is building quality luxury homes within 2 hours of the DFW metroplex from Possum Kingdom Lake to Cedar Creek Lake from Waxahachie to Craig Ranch; our team is accustomed to building in rural and country areas, so please feel free to contact us even if your location is somewhat outside of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
After visiting our site, you should come to realize that Artisan Lifestyle Homes is proud to help you build the lifestyle home of your dreams.
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