From the first moment you walk through the door of a Sego home, you will feel and see what sets Sego Homes apart from other builders. You’ll discover homes with fresh, unique styling. Homes that have been carefully designed to enhance and complement your lifestyle. Open floor plans that are comfortable and simply feel good. No “cookie-cutter” homes here. The driving force behind Sego Homes is a Husband-and-Wife team who have a passion for creating dramatic, beautiful new townhomes with carefully thought-out floor plans. Great attention is paid to creating open plans with comfortable flow and circulation. Large windows strategically allow natural light to pour in and showcase the scenic views of surrounding mountains and landscape. This talented duo brings over 30 years of experience in designing and building award-winning homes, town homes, and condominiums. The Wife of the team is a nationally awarded and recognized Interior Designer who masters balance and proportion to create beautiful and functional floor plans with ample space in each room. She brings a woman’s touch in designing kitchens that are convenient and efficient with comfortable workspaces and storage. The Husband of the team is a civil engineer, general contractor, and Certified Green Professional who loves designing and detailing homes with the latest technology and energy-saving components, resulting in homes that are energy-efficient, green, and built with environmentally friendly materials and methods. Together, they create beautiful homes and neighborhoods that are genuinely wonderful places to live.
1028 East 140 North
Lindon, UT 84042
NEWS & UPDATES
Homes for HOPE is excited to announce that Clearview Homes in Harrisburg, PA recently announced their intentions to build their very first Home for HOPE. They will break ground on their project in early December of this year.
Astrida and her family are the reason Homes for HOPE exists as a vehicle for the building industry to fight against global poverty. They didn’t need someone to give them food, pay their school fees, or build them a house. They needed a sustainable solution that lasts for the long term – a hand up, not a handout.
After a severe case of measles left him blind at age 8, Peter felt he had limited options for his future. In a culture where blindness is highly stigmatized, many blind people live as beggars.