Escott Builders, Inc.
Represented by:Bill Stephens
John Escott is a licensed archietect and general contractor. He has over twenty years of experience in both fields allowing him to visualize each home as a designer as well as a builder. He is dedicated to the highest level of craftsmanship and service. The designs of his homes are for people's lifestyle, incorporating the community, privacy and functional components to meet the needs and enjoyment of the family.
John is also known for his attention to detail and meeting customer satisfaction. His goal is to maintain good working relationships before, during and after all construction projects. This objective has proven to gain the trust of John's customers, subcontractors and vendors.
He is a past president of the Acadian Home Builders Assoc. and was named their 1998 Builder of the Year.
"Not only did we have a successful building experience, but we've established a friendship. John's effective problem solving abilities and patience made the process much easier than we anticipated."
"From beginning to end, building a home with John was so easy. He took complete control and made it a joy."
"Purchasing John Escott's parade home was the most pleasurable home buying experience we've ever had. Service was provided during and after the sale and the quality of construction in our home is second to none. If we ever buy or build again, it will be with Escott Builders."
Olde Towne at Millcreek
Ambassador Caffery to Verot School Rd, right then 1 mile south to Millcreek.
Public - Milton K-8, Comeaux High. Private - Westminster Christian Academy, St Thomas More
Many parks are placed throughout the neighborhood so that every home is within a 3 minute walk to a park. Vintage oaks are among the site's natural features. Other recreation areas including formal greens, children's play lots, golf putting greens and jogging trails.
Reminiscent of small-town America, the character and charm of Olde Towne at Millcreek along with its amenities, offer an abundance of comforts, conveniences, and choices.
From its variety of historical architecture with relaxing front porches, the tree-lined streets, the various parks graced by vintage oaks to its charming Towne Center overlooking the lake, the community of Olde Towne was meticulously planned with one goal: "To build a better quality of life for its residents in a truly beautiful living environment.