Rob Rice Homes Offers New Rambler Plan


Hemlock 1856 Plan A

Hemlock 1856 Plan B






In an effort to meet the overwhelming demand for additional rambler floorplans, we have just introduced the Hemlock plan in our newest community of Steilacoom Ridge in Lacey WA. Steilacoom Ridge is ideally located near JBLM and Lacey’s premier Hawks Prairie Shopping area plus Lacey’s regional athletic center which is just minutes away.

The Hemlock offers 1856 square feet of open living space coupled with an abundance of storage making this the ideal plan for buyers searching for single story living. The plan offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a gourmet kitchen with an island that is completely open to the dining and great room. Summer will be here soon so how about a covered porch leading you to your fully landscaped and fenced backyard?

“In Steilacoom Ridge I offer two rambler plans and four 2-story plans that have a master on the main level but I felt like I needed to offer one more true rambler to meet the needs of the market.” states Builder, Rob Rice. I have so many buyers that want a single story living that two just wasn’t enough. Plus, I want my streetscapes to have varying architecture so this newest design will help.”

We are offering two different elevations and two different floorplans with the only difference in the front elevation detail. “I strive to offer a lot of uniqueness in my neighborhoods so when I help design a new floorplan I always try and offer two different exterior elevations. This allows for a more creative design in my neighborhoods.”

Floor Plan A

Floor Plan B









The Hemlock plan is currently under construction at Steilacoom Ridge and can be viewed at 712 Mandee Street SE Lacey WA. For more information, contact Lucia Arroyo at (360) 489-7478 or

Rob Rice is Thurston County’s largest local home builder and was voted the Best of South Sound for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. He has built more than 3000 homes over the last 30 years. He and his wife Helena live in Olympia with their two sons; Alex Michael and Carson. Rob is a graduate of Washington State University with degrees in construction management and architecture.