Keith and Brenda Christopherson, founders of Christopherson Builders, have been building successful communities in Northern California for 40 years. With more than 6,500 new homes and 63 communities to date, they have a proven track record of award-winning development and residential building.
Throughout the years, the Keith and Brenda Christopherson made a name for themselves and their team as an award-winning, quality homebuilder in Northern California. In addition to being voted Sonoma County’s Builder of the Year for several consecutive years and winning J.D Power Awards, both
Keith and Brenda were inducted into the California Builders Hall of Fame in 2006.
The Christophersons’ earlier Santa Rosa-based firm—Christopherson Homes—started as a general contracting and spec-home company in 1978 and grew to become the most successful developer in Sonoma County known for beautiful well-built homes and unsurpassed customer service. Today, Keith and Brenda are continuing to build new homes and communities throughout Sonoma County
We have more than 50 newly designed plans, including many with multi-generational suites. Our plans include single story homes, downhill plans for hillsides, and traditional two-story homes, ranging in size from 1,500 square feet to nearly 5,000 square feet. All of our plans are value-engineered to reduce costs while maintaining the highest quality design and livability.
Let us build your new home, either on your on your lot or we will find one for you.
Our mission is to assist clients find, design and build their legacy homes, providing the same quality & customer service people have expected & received for 40 years in Northern California.
Community is why we are here – this is our home. Contributing to our local economy has always been a key element of our ethos and that has never changed. Currently, Christopherson Builders is serving on various tasks force committees to support housing and rebuild efforts Sonoma County, creating community-based solutions and work with our local, state and federal agencies to adopt them.