About Creston Homes

Like a new home – only better!

Creston Homes believes in building value for our homeowners. We buy houses in desirable, established Connecticut neighborhoods from motivated sellers and refurbish them to create updated, move-in ready homes that meet our – and your – exacting standards.

That means all of the essentials that mean the most to you – like remodeled kitchens, updated bathrooms, energy-efficient windows, roof and siding repair or replacement, modernized utilities, and more – are taken care of. So you won’t have to worry about unexpected repairs when you are ready to buy an existing home in an established neighborhood. All you’ll have to do is move in!

But beyond the basics, we bring these traditional Connecticut homes up to modern standards, with open, flowing floor plans created for the way you want to live today. If you purchase during construction, you can even select many of your home’s finishes and fixtures, giving you the feel of a new construction home with the unsurpassed value of an existing home. (But you won’t have to live through the hassle and inconvenience of a renovation, because we’ll have already taken care of it for you!)

All in a quality home that’s built to last.

So when you’re ready to buy a home in Fairfield, Stratford or any of the surrounding Connecticut towns, check into a Creston Home. We’re certain it will be the foundation of your future.

A note to sellers: When you need to sell your house fast but want to deal with an ethical cash home buyer that truly puts your needs first, turn to us. Learn more on our sellers page.

 

 

Building our community

At Creston Homes, we are not just dedicated to building better homes, but to building stronger communities as well. As part of that commitment, we are donating a percentage of profits from the sale of each of our homes to Project Purple.

This Connecticut-based non-profit organization aims to defeat pancreatic cancer by raising awareness, supporting patients and families affected by the disease, and funding research efforts.

Visit their website to learn more and to help.