Hard to believe, but it’s only been two years since ground was first broken at Stepping Stone. From stretches of dirt to a thriving community centered around a very active Lantern House, Stepping Stone has come a long way quickly. And there’s so much more good stuff to come.
These photos below gauge how our community has grown, and hint at how a few more years will yield even more tree-filled parks, friendly neighbors, and an increasingly vibrant sense of community. Enjoy!
And so it begins. Shea Homes starts the earthmoving process in November, 2012. A not-so-glamorous trailer serves as headquarters for homebuyers who already catch the vision.
Now located in a beautifully furnished model home, the sales office welcomes visitors to explore several model homes, with options from both Shea and Richmond.
Stepping Stone’s lonely first street, in contrast with the streetscapes of today where (on warmer days) kids play and adults mingle.
The Lantern House, from a twinkle in the architect’s eye to building the foundation.
Residents kept an eye on the progress during the winter, watching as the walls went up and the pool was dug. Summer 2014 couldn’t come fast enough.
The Grand Opening in July was a blast for every age group.
Parks and playgrounds are now a beautiful reality.