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Serving West County: Local home builder draws on three generations of experience

The Bordeaux Model at Grand Reserve [Photo provided by Hardesty Homes]

When it comes to choosing between luxurious design and skilled craftsmanship, homebuyers working with Chesterfield-based builder Hardesty Homes don’t have to choose. The Hardesty family has been building custom homes and constructing prestigious residential communities for over 75 years. 

Brett Hardesty, a third-generation custom home builder and industry veteran has led Hardesty Homes since 1982. Over the decades, Hardesty Homes’ mission has remained the same – provide custom homes and residential communities across the West County area appointed with opulent amenities both inside and outside the home. The builder’s latest offering is its Grand Reserve community, comprised of luxury single-family homes conveniently located off Olive Boulevard in the heart of the Chesterfield community just three-quarters of a mile east of Interstate 64. The enclave consists of 37 single-family homes filled with luxurious amenities inside and out. Those options include exterior aesthetics, such as stone and brick front elevations, landscaping, in-ground irrigation systems, security systems as well as interior finishes.

Standard in every Hardesty Home are hardwood floors in the kitchen, breakfast room, great room and foyer areas; 9- and 11-foot ceilings; 42-inch maple wall cabinets; granite countertops; a 42-inch gas direct vent fireplace and much more. An in-house designer is available to assist clients with custom changes, meaning any dream home vision can become a reality.

Homes start from the mid-$560’s and range in size from a 1,732 to 2,640 square feet. Commonly known as “jewel box homes,” Hardesty’s Grand Reserve floorplans combine manageable square footage with luxurious features suited for individuals looking to downsize or travel freely without worrying about maintaining a large house and yard. As of the developer’s recent fall special, the enclave is 40% sold and a decorated display is available for viewing.

A living room in the Hardesty Homes Grand Reserve. [Photo provided by Hardesty Homes]

When constructing homes, Hardesty Homes only use the best materials, modern appliances, energy-saving measures and up-to-date construction techniques that are backed by science. This dedication to quality has earned Hardesty Homes various accolades, including multiple Homer Awards presented by The Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri. 

Hardesty’s portfolio spans over 200 luxury homes styles, and its devotion to each buyer’s unique vision means the company has never built the same exact house twice. 

For more information about Grand Reserve or other available properties, contact Linda McCarthy at (314) 581-3505 or visit

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[In the Nov. 6 issue, the contact person and phone number for Hardesty Homes were incorrectly attributed. West Newsmagazine regrets this error.]
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