The Breeden family began building in Lane County after the great depression. They saw the need for more new homes in the area and began Breeden Brothers in 1947. They have built 1,000s of homes (well over 5, 000). Breeden’s was the first builder in the area to think about neighborhood design and built many of Eugene and Springfield neighborhoods, such as Foxwood, Lynnbrook, Eagles Landing, Somerset Hills, now River Heights, and many more.
All that experience working closely with customers to build their dream home benefits every customer and every design in the future. That’s what you get when you work with Breeden Homes.
We take care to make our homes as livable as possible. Lots of natural light, wide enough hallways to move furniture, construction that is long-lasting, surfaces and appliances of quality, energy-efficient in countless ways, and care for the environment around the home.
When you start with one of our many floorplans you can customize it as you wish and save money. When we have built similar plans, we know how to budget that house and increase efficiencies. Imagine them full of light and laughter, your favorite Netflix show, and a bowl of popcorn. You could be living in a brand-new Breeden Home before you know it.
What some of our customers have to say:
“If you purchase a house once every 32 years, as we have just done, and you return to buy from the builder of that first house in 1977, then we believe that delivers a very positive message about that builder. Breeden Homes built our first dream house in Eugene, and they have constructed our second dream house in Junction City. For the company, from the sales and office personnel to the carpenters on the ground, we are deeply grateful for the workmanship, understanding, integrity and helpfulness we have experienced.”
Bob and Tia Rodman
“We love the house and it felt at home from the time we walked in, but there were a couple of things that we really wanted to have in our home. One was a fireplace, and they really honored our request and our ideas and made it happen. It’s the overall feel of the design, the architectural design that gives us that feeling of warmth but at the same time that comfort of space. Opening the door and turning on the fireplace and chilling a little bit, it definitely feels like home.”