Welcome to Ashton Springs.
Inspired by true traditional neighborhood development, Ashton Springs is reflective of the idyllic community filmed in Seaside, Fla., and portrayed in “The Truman Show” movie starring Jim Carey.
House prices in Valor’s Ashton Springs community range from the $160,000s to the $250,000s depending if you live in Park, Colonnade or Court. This means that most home buyers in Valor Communities are getting double the house size for what they would pay to rent.
A leader in new home design, Valor Communities’ trademark for efficiency-of-space and industry leading interior detail are the driving force behind the growth for Valor Communities. Every house in Ashton Springs is an Energy Tech certified home which guarantees that they are the most energy efficient homes on the market today.
Flex areas or lofts are as important as ever in today’s home design, and Valor delivers with these new home plans. Several of their designs have media rooms with over six hundred square feet of entertaining oasis that can only be found in a new home. Providence, our Restoration Trim Packages, are available exclusively for Ashton Springs floor plans.
Living in Ashton Springs provides convenient lifestyle benefits that come with its proximity to scenic Bridge Street and Downtown Huntsville. The nearby Village @ Providence offers an array of shopping and dining options. Easy access to Interstate 565, Research Parkway and state Highways 72, 255 & 53 make for a timely commute to work at the Redstone Arsenal or play at any of the area’s parks.
Valor Communities is proud to partner with the 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty Corporation. The 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty offers the most reassuring warranty program in the industry. As a result, Valor provides a 10-year warranty on its homes and has been carefully screened for technical knowledge, craftsmanship, and financial stability.
112 Spragins Ave
Huntsville, AL 35801
Harvest – Monrovia Water
9131 Wall Triana Hwy
Harvest, AL 35749
Elementary: Providence http://www.providenceelementary.org/
Middle: Williams http://www.williamsmiddle.org/
High: Columbia http://www.columbiahigh.org/