Highcroft Apartment Homes feature Low Impact Development (LID) engineering strategies that include groundwater recharge for irrigation use. Deep craftsman-style overhangs for optimal seasonal sun exposure and LED lighting for reduced energy consumption.
As one of Connecticut’s first Energy Star builders, the Landworks/Nelson Construction team continues to focus on excellent design, quality materials, and energy efficient construction. In a changing world of environmental awareness and rising energy costs we lead the way by building better homes.
Building Award Winning Communities
The result has been a series of highly successful communities in the Farmington Valley. Since 1995, the Landworks/Nelson Construction team has garnered 33 awards from local, regional and national organizations, receiving recognition for every one of their developments.
Quality materials, fine craftsmanship and superior design guarantee each home’s lasting beauty and with lower maintenance. Sensitive site design and generous landscaping ensure old-fashioned charm in each neighborhood they create.
About Life In Simsbury
Through the seasons, resident life centers around the rolling hills and the Farmington Valley. Recreational options include kayaking, biking and running along the Farmington River, golfing and sharing a blanket to see world-class performances at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center.
The town offers so many charming places for people to gather, including the award-winning Millwright’s Restaurant & 1680 Tavern, featuring James Beard Award-nominated chef, Tyler Anderson. With its private and public schools ranked as some of the best in the nation and voted one of Money Magazine’s top ten ‘Best Places to Live,’ Simsbury has proven to be an ideal place to start a life, raise a family, and build a legacy. Visit www.LifeInSimsbury.com to learn more.
Landworks Development / Nelson Construction Team: Chris Nelson, Nelson Construction (left) and Ron Janeczko, Landworks Development (right)