Payne Family Homes has chosen the new Inverness home community as the site of its 2021 St. Jude Home.
Located off Feise and Bryan roads in the Wentzville School District, Inverness features several lakes, pocket parks, trails and more. The new three bedroom, 2.5 bath home will be located at 106 Royal Inverness Parkway and feature 3,812 square feet of living space, including a “Zoom Room.” Additional features include a dog wash station, a “man cave,” and screened-in porches on the rear of the home and off the owner’s suite. In addition to the Zoom Room, the lower level includes a home gym, family room, wet bar, game area and full bath.
The Dream Home is an annual project for Payne Family Homes with all profits from the associated home raffle going to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
To aid in the endeavor, the Dardenne Prairie Board of Aldermen voted to waive the building permit fee needed to construct the home.
“We are honored to have been selected as the location for the 2021 St. Jude Dream Home,” said Mayor David C. Zucker. “St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital has provided tremendous support to families in our community and countless others throughout the region. We’re grateful to have the opportunity to partner with Payne Family Homes to support the work being done by St. Jude.”
The homebuilder expects to break ground on the project at the end of January and continue construction throughout spring. Tickets are $100 each and sales begin June 10. Ticket reservations may be made in advance by visiting dreamhome.org.