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The Preserve at Two Ford
imageSet on 16 wooded acres in Southwest Roanoke County, Virginia, The Preserve at Two Ford is developed as a “low impact” community, dedicating 50% of its acreage to green space.  It is the first community in our area to commit 100% of its homes to be EarthCraft House certified.  The Preserve consists of  26 home sites surrounded by a heavily wooded preserve area with walking trails, streams, a waterfall  and nature in abundance.

Each home is custom designed so that no two homes are alike.  The homes are inspired by timeless historical designs such as the Arts and Crafts bungalow, the Southern farmhouse, the Tudor cottage and others.   They are coupled with richly textured detailing, wonderful landscaping, sidewalks and stone walls to create a community that feels as though it has existed for decades.  Our homes have earned the Realtor’s Choice Award in the Roanoke Regional Homebuilders Parade of Homes during its first two years and have been featured in numerous articles from area publications.

We feel that The Preserve offers a way of life not found anywhere else in our area.  We invite you to visit us and experience what a home and a community can be. Please visit our gallery of homes to see the beauty of The Preserve at Two Ford.

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Bench Mark Buildersimage

Bench Mark Builders is dedicated to creating unique communities of beautiful homes.  Through personalized customer interaction and the utmost attention to detail, our professionals strive to make the construction process an enjoyable and rewarding experience.  Old World craftsmanship is blended with modern technology, thoughtful design, and sustainable building practices  to make each home comfortable, efficient and a source of pride for generations to come.

The Bench Mark team is committed to meeting the specific needs of its clients and takes great pride in the real value it is able to offer them through quality construction and architectural excellence.

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“We shape our buildings and afterwards, our buildings shape us.” -Winston Churchill



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