Welcome to the Rob Rice Homes community of Steilacoom Ridge.
Ideally located minutes from I-5 and the Hawk’s Prairie shopping area and just a short commute to JBLM (Joint Base Fort Lewis McChord). This community offers numerous rambler and main-floor primary plans plus 2-story plans. New homes range in size from 1,856 sq ft to 2,692 sq ft all offering superior finishes, fully landscaped front and backyards with fully fenced backyards. The community offers an abundance of open space and recreational area and is located just a few miles from Lacey’s Regional Athletic Complex.
Steilacoom Ridge is developed by Thurston County’s most successful and experienced builder, Rob Rice of Rob Rice Homes. Rob has over 35 years’ experience and has developed over 3,500 homes in 49 communities in the South Puget Sound. Having won the BEST of the SOUTH SOUND Builder award for numerous years, With a history of developing and building communities that stand the test of time, you can trust that Rob’s community of Steilacoom Ridge boasts expansive landscaping, an abundance of open space and stunning home designs.
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Lucia and Christina
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600 Steilacoom Drive SE Lacey, WA 98513
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The standards of a Rob Rice home are a step above. Preview Steilacoom Ridge in this short video.
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