Residential

High on the hills in Marin County sits a high-end custom home with a whimsical nautical design.  The home is approximately 12,000 square feet, which includes two stories above ground and an underground garage that mirrors the shape and size of the top two floors.  The “garage” also houses a home theater and wine room. […]

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LeDuc & Dexter company vehicles at job site.

Back in 2007, one of Windsor’s largest subdivisions neared completion. Vintage Greens, with a total of 440 homes and a water-saving irrigation system supported by the town of Windsor was due to be completed by the end of summer 2007. Many of the homes were occupied or sold as of this time. The homes are […]

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The Land of Victoria subdivision built by Carco Homes was an interesting infill project that took shape off of Hearn Avenue just behind Mead Clark Lumber. Located off Victoria Drive is David Lee Court, a small cul-de-sac that has six single-family homes plus two duplexes, that can also be accessed off Hearn Avenue. This is […]

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Wall Plumbing Above Concrete

Stryker Sonoma, located on Hwy. 128 in Geyserville, is an interesting example of a winery plumbing project. The project included construction of a premium winery and two residential structures. What made the project challenging was that no winemaker had yet been hired by the winery. How were the design and building phases to progress efficiently […]

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LeDuc & Dexter, Inc. did major portion of the work on the Victoria subdivision. Located next to Mead Clark Lumber at Hearn Ave. and Dowd Drive in Santa Rosa the infill subdivision consists of 8 single family homes and two duplexes. These are entry level homes built by Carco Homes. LeDuc & Dexter completed their […]

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bel terreno

Pinnacle Homes has recently begun construction on their latest community, Bel Terreno, an infill project in Sonoma, adjacent to the historic Sebastiani Vineyards winery on Fourth Street East. Bel Terreno will consist of 13 homes including a remodeled historic Sebastiani bungalow and 3 homes with detached garages and granny units. Infill projects have been a […]

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The Healdsburg Commons was a 15-unit residential infill project in Healdsburg.  The project is located near Healdsburg Avenue and Grant Street, which is two blocks north of Healdsburg’s downtown square. Rich Ryan Construction was the general contractor and LeDuc & Dexter’s residential department installed the under-floor plumbing for these wood constructed homes. Healdsburg Commons consists of […]

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kohler sink green

Kohler Kitchen and Bath is the largest supplier for plumbing fixtures and faucets in the residential work performed by LeDuc & Dexter. With a wide range of styles, materials and colors Kohler has managed to cover the housing market from apartments to exclusive custom homes. LeDuc & Dexter has just begun work with Pinnacle Homes […]

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Side view of model home for 2006 Oakmont development

In the past, Willow Glen Homes built a lot of homes at Oakmont Village, the retirement community south of Santa Rosa off Highway 12. The homes are located at Highway 12 and Pythian Road, an existing entrance intersection to Oakmont. The project consists of single-family homes, duplexes and triplexes. Oakmont has approximately 3,000 homes. About […]

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  LeDuc & Dexter, Inc. is part of a team of contractors that have been chosen to undertake the ten million dollar restoration of the McDonald Mansion, Santa Rosa’s most prominent historic home. The project began this spring and will be completed in 2010 when owner and telecom executive John Webley and his wife will […]

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