215 W Bandera Rd. Ste. 114-512
Boerne, TX 78006
PARADE HOME ADDRESS
41 MARIPOSA PARKWAY EAST
3,222 square ft | 3 bedrooms
3 full baths | 3 car garage
A graduate in Construction Science from Texas A&M University in 1994, Trey Garner launched his company in Austin in 1998, expanded to San Antonio in 2004; and made it his home. While Trey’s experience is largely in the custom home market, his beginnings were with large commercial projects, offering greater perspective to the project management aspect of building. Trey personally meets with clients throughout the process and visits & inspects all homes in progress, supporting the construction team. Trey lives in Boerne with his wife, Leah, and daughters, Grace and Lily.
Celebrating our 20th year in business, Garner Homes has a long line of happy clients testifying to our organization’s creativity, attention to detail, customer service, and integrity. Our team’s daily activities reflect our firm’s core values of having fun, exhibiting a can-do attitude, being thoughtful and precise in all we do, quick response times, and most importantly, providing uncompromising customer service.
We rely on new technology as well as old-fashioned hard work to assist our clients through the design and build process – from a blank sheet of paper to move-in day and everything in between. We work tirelessly to understand and exceed our clients’ expectations, and each decision point is made through the lens of “What better serves our clients?” Asking this question, paying strenuous attention to detail and maintaining unwavering quality standards have produced beautiful homes and lasting friendships with our homeowners.
The Garner Homes team has melded the classic and beloved architectural styles found throughout the Hill Country into their Parade of Homes submission. The creative blend of soft stucco, painted brick, and paint grip steel siding, paired with clean roof lines and large windows extend a dramatic welcome to its guests. The entry of the home is set with steel windows and doors. High ceilings strike a grand chord immediately and follow through to the main area of the home, outfitted with as much glass as possible to soak in the distant Hill Country views.
The interior décor is meant to echo the home’s architectural lines – sturdy but subtle furnishings without frill or unnecessary appointment. Silvery hides will set atop the home’s White Oak flooring, and both the indoor and outdoor living spaces will be warmed by elegant lines of fire – an impressive 72″ linear fireplace inside and an unobtrusive linear fire table outside.
This American Transitional home has approximately 3,222 square feet of conditioned living space which offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a home office, and a three-car garage. Meant to entertain friends and serve the everyday needs of its owners, the home boasts a large open kitchen, a wet bar and wine room along with an under counter refrigerated beverage center. A home chef will be happy in this home, with 60″ of refrigerator and freezer space, a large gas range and double ovens by Dacor, an oversized pantry with plentiful storage and expansive counter space on which to work. A towering ceiling and free-standing bathtub complete the spa-like master bathroom. The expansive outdoor living areas include approximately 888 square feet of patio space complete with an outdoor kitchen with walk-up bar, built-in grill, and outdoor refrigerator.