Parker Rose Custom Homes Opens New Location in Rocky Mount, Virginia

BRIDGEPORT, West Virginia, January 11, 2022. Parker Rose Custom Homes, the region’s Forever Home Builder based in Bridgeport, WV, is pleased to announce the opening of their second sales office in Rocky Mount, Virginia. Located at 20733 Virgil H. Goode Highway (US Route 220), Rocky Mount, the new office will serve the Virginia counties of Bedford, Botetourt, Campbell, Franklin, Pittsylvania and Roanoke.  

“We’re grateful to our staff, subcontractors and customers for their hard work and support.” said Clark Ware, President and CEO. “They have all made this extension of our mission, which is to build true custom homes that are affordable, possible.”

Parker Rose Custom Homes has been building on customer properties in North Central West Virginia since September of 2019, operating out of their office in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Customers can select and customize from their Forever Home Collection of designs and plans or provide their own plans. Whether you’re a family just starting out, moving back home, retiring or joining the new work remote lifestyle ranks, Parker Rose Custom Homes welcomes the opportunity to serve you. 

For more information please call (540) 488-9809.

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